HOT HERBAL COMPRESS MASSAGE

A magical exfoliating and skin conditioning massage that combines three elements - a hot compress filled with the aromatic and medicinal properties of an exotic blend of Thai herbs such as coriander and lemongrass, plai (galagal family), tamarind and sesame; a body massage oil of ginger, fennel, vetiver, and clove; and the hands and arms of a superb massage therapist. The smells during this massage are divine.

The massage enlivens the skin, relieves aches and pains, promotes natural healing, improves circulation and increases the body’s energy flow. The herbal compress acts not only as a body scrub, but its inner held herbs aid relaxation, muscular relief and, for some, the Thai extra-sensory enhancing experiences for an openness of mind and spirit.

Deeper pressure techniques such as forearm, elbow, knuckles and heel of the hand are used alongside the herbal compress to pummel, stretch, compress and relax the muscles further.

A bonus with this treatment is that you can take away your herbal compress, and use it yourself in the bath and shower– it smells gorgeous and retains its herbal use for the next week or so. If you've time and budget, why not add Shirodhara to the beginning of the treatment?

I love Thai herbs and combined with the heat and moist oils on my skin, this is the one for me.

Dan

Relax and enjoy a wonderful Full Body Thai Hot Herbal Compress Massage in Southampton. Ring or email Steve now on 02380639913 or 07968065885 to book.

Suggested treatment times:

Treatments

Session Time*

Price**

Full Body Hot Herbal Compress Massage 60 mins £50
Full Body Hot Herbal Compress Massage 90 mins £70
Hot Stone + Compress Massage (no extra) +£10
Hot Tub Hydrotherapy + Compress Massage +15 mins +£10
Shirodhara + Compress Massage +20 mins +£20

*Session time includes consultation, treatment, aftercare and any use of shower/washroom. Please note an extra (free) 20 minutes may be required for your first treatment's consultation.

**Membership and Course Purchases reduce the price. Speak to your private health insurance or employer as they may provide you with subsidies or full payment for your treatments and training.