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Hopi Ear Candles

 

Which conditions do Hopi Ear Candles help?

*Sinus problems

*Tinnitus

*Headaches

*Head Colds

*Ear Ache

*After flu effects

 

What are Hopi Ear Candles made of?

Hopi Ear Candles are made from the natural ingredients of Beeswax, Honey Extracts, Sage, St Johns Wort, Chamomile, Beta-carotene and organically grown Flax.

Massages

 

We offer a wide range of massages from Swedish Massage to Hot Stone Massage, remind yourself of these health benefits if you start to feel guilty about booking a massage!

 

Massage is not a good idea if you have a fever, infections, inflammation, osteoporosis and some medical conditions. If you have any questions about whether a massage would be right for you, ask to speak to a massage therapist before you make your appointment.

 

How to enjoy your massage

* Be receptive. Don't eat just before a massage session

* Be on time. If you arrive in a frenzied, rushed state, it will take longer to relax

* If you don't want to remove all your clothing, discuss it with the therapist. Wear what you will be comfortable in that will allow the therapist to work on the areas of your body that need it

* Good communication is very important. Before the session, give accurate health information and let the massage therapist know what you want from the massage. During the massage session, Speak up if you have any feedback on the amount of pressure, speed of movement, room temperature, music volume, or lighting

* Some people like to talk during a massage session, while others remain silent. In general you should do whatever you feel like, and the massage therapist will follow your lead

* Breathing helps to facilitate relaxation. People often stop breathing when they feel anxious or a sensitive area is massaged. If you realize this is happening, remind yourself to breath

* Try not to tighten up during the massage. Let your massage therapist know if this is happening. They may need to adjust the massage technique being used. They may also be able to help you relax the affected area

* If you find your thoughts are racing during the massage, one way to be more and to quiet the mind is to follow the hands of the massage therapist and focus on how the touch feels.

* If anything happens during the massage that you dislike or seems improper, you have the right to ask the massage therapist to stop. If necessary, you also have the right to end the session

* If you are dizzy or light headed after the massage, do not get off the table too fast

* Drink extra water after a massage

* Allow for some quiet time after your massage session if possible. Sometimes one needs a little time to integrate or absorb the results of the massage session or needs some time

Remember, massage has its greatest benefits over time. The therapeutic effects of massage are cumulative, so the more often a person gets a massage, the better he or she will feel and the more quickly one’s body will respond. If you are getting massage to address chronic muscular tension or recovery from a soft tissue injury, more than one session is usually needed, so be prepared to schedule several sessions

Before the massage, the therapist should ask you about any injuries or other conditions that he or she should know about. Things you would want tell a therapist include areas of tightness or pain, allergies, and conditions like pregnancy. You can also tell them up front if you have a preference for light or firm pressure. It's best not to get a massage if you are ill.

Body Brushing

 

Body Brushing is designed to assist with the following complaints

* Breaking down cellulite

* Cleansing the lymphatic system

* Removing dead skin layers

* Strengthening the immune system

* Stimulating the hormone and oil-producing glands

* Tightening the skin and preventing premature ageing

* Toning muscles

* Stimulating circulation

* Improving the function of the nervous system

* Helping digestion

* Prolongs the life of a tan

 

What is body brushing

During the body brushing treatment the therapist will use a soft bristled brush on your arms, legs buttocks, torso, back and shoulders. The therapist will sweep in long smooth strokes gently brushing towards your heart. The therapist will generally follow the body brushing with another treatment of your choice that should have been decided before booking or apply a deep moisturising lotion to finish the treatment

Body wraps

 

What are the benefits of a body wrap

Body wraps can be used for relieving tired, heavy legs, aching joints, reducing inflammation and helping to flush toxins from the body. Body wraps may not provide tremendous weight loss on their own but they do work well as part of a healthy diet and exercise regime

 

Our therapists will supply disposable underwear but you can choose to wear swimwear if you prefer; Just be aware that it can be difficult to wash some of the wrap solutions out. Please avoid shaving for 24 hours before the treatment; Sunbathing should be avoided, as should alcohol and heavy meals before the treatment and after.

 

 Always tell the therapist if you are pregnant or think you might be,  as many treatments are not suitable for expecting women Other people that should avoid body wraps include those with High blood pressure; Heart conditions; Claustrophobia; Hypertension; Diabetes; Eczema; Psoriasis