A 5-minute walk from Aldgate East station, Baliga Ayurveda is located on Wentworth Street in London’s famous Brick Lane district. This is a massage and therapy centre focusing mainly on relieving pain, providing diet and lifestyle modifications and detox therapy.
Treating people with a variety of concerns from anxiety to chronic pain, the centre believes in the Ayurvedic way of life. From health supplements to consultations on how changing your lifestyle could better your general well-being, they use a combination of massage and herb-infused oil to treat your pain. More then an ordinary massage, your appointment will be a meaningful experience in alleviating your musculoskeletal and/or neurological pain.
Believing each client has their own path to optimal health, your treatment will be individually suited towards your personal needs. Creating harmony between your body, mind and spirit, you will leave feeling more relaxed, rejuvenated and calm than ever before.
Please be aware that the massage is offered only by a Male Ayurvedic Doctor.
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Mind & Body Clinic is a holistic epicentre found in Monument, London. A city escape where deep tissue, holistic, Thai yoga massage and herbal compress, dōTERRA AromaTouch and Indian head massages can be enjoyed.
Take your body and mind to a relaxed state through the hands of Elisabetta and Patricia, an exceptional team of two seasoned professionals.
A dynamic range of techniques is available to choose from, each serving a unique purpose depending on your needs.
Perhaps you're seeking relief for deep muscular pain or you simply want to send your thoughts to a peaceful place.
Housed inside The Light Centre, ideally located within a 3-minute walk from Monument station, your melting moment of massage is closer than you think.
Experience the benefits of massage at Boonsawad Thai Spa in Whitechapel, London.
Treat yourself to a medical Thai massage including herbal compresses, a de-stressing Indian head massage, a classic deep tissue technique to alleviate your muscle pains, a detoxifying lymphatic drainage treatment, and many more.
This venue is modern, with a spa-like environment, and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxing. It is located only a 2-minute walk from Adgate East tube station, with plenty of bus stops in the surrounding area.
Relax and unwind at Boonsawad Thai Spa today.
Situated off Lordship Lane in East Dulwich, Thai-Vedic Massage is a massage and therapy centre delivering expert relaxation in a unique and inspired setting. Blending traditional techniques with a modern approach to service, this centre has proven to be a hidden gem in the south London area.
Their unassuming, homely exterior belies a world of eastern tranquillity behind its doors. The smell of aromatherapy oils and exotic scents greets you as you enter, along with a complimentary refreshment to sooth your mind and body. Surrounded by their Indian inspired decor, you are transported to a realm of transcendent bliss, allowing you to enjoy your experience in a comfortable environment. Giving you control over the music played during your treatment you create a space that is solely yours, giving you the freedom to unwind as Thai-Vedic Massage brings you to a place of calm serenity.
N.B. If you develop a cold, kindly reschedule your massage if you will still be in the contagious period (2-3 days after it began) on the date of your appointment..
I will be taking the following Covid 19 precautions to ensure your safety:
HAND SANITISER: I will provide Neal’s Yard Natural Defence Spray (70% alcohol, fragranced with organic tea tree and lemongrass) on arrival.
FACE MASKS: I will wear a visor throughout your appointment and ask that you put on your own face mask before entering the building. If you arrive without a face mask I can provide one. When lying face down you can remove your mask, however I will ask you to wear your face mask when lying face up.
VENTILATION: I will keep the window open for natural circulation of air. I will keep the electric blanket on to keep you warm. In colder weather I will leave the massage room door open, adding a door curtain for privacy and a fan outside the door to circulate the air.
REDUCED TREATMENT TIMES: For the time being I will only be offering 1 hour appointments, the majority of which will be performed with you lying face down. I will see a maximum of 4 clients a day Monday to Saturday
NO MASSAGE IN THE HIGH RISK AREA: Government guidelines recommend no facial treatments, Indian Head massage or work on the head neck or shoulders when lying face up, as this would require prolongued face-to-face contact. So I will only massage your head, neck and shoulders when you are lying face down
HEIGHTENED HYGIENE: I will: disinfect the massage table, all surfaces and door handles between clients; and employ a regular cleaner to deep clean all public areas
BRING YOUR OWN DRINKS: For your safety, please bring your own water or other refreshments
FEELING UNWELL? Please reschedule your appointment, even if it’s last minute! I would also advise any clients who have been shielding to avoid booking a massage for the time being
ONLINE BOOKINGS ONLY: To minimise transmission please book & pay online in advance. Or call me to discuss your appointment.