A Japanese Hand Massage is a unique blend of shiatsu and reflexology.

Shiatsu is a traditional Japanese healing art. The philosophy underlying Shiatsu is that vital energy (Ki) flows throughout the body in a series of channels called meridians. Shiatsu uses gentle holding and pressing with palms, thumbs and fingers to affect the flow of Ki in the meridians. The concept of reflexology is that all parts of the body and energy flow can be influenced through the hands. A good Japanese Hand Massage will help tremendously to de-stress you, open energy channels and create a feeling of well being throughout the body.

I didn’t expect a hand and arm massage to be so relaxing, but then I said the same after having the leg and foot massage! Very relaxed and sleepy. Fabulous. Thank you so much xxx

This treatment is ideal for people who have mobility problems in their hands and wrists, use their hands in similar positions day in day out, such as PAs, computer workers or sportsplayers, and people who wish to feel relaxed, cared for, and enjoy a gentle approach to massage through only their hands. Gemstones can be included at no extra charge.

Relax and enjoy sensational Japanese Hand Massage, Southampton. If you've time and budget, why not add a freshening and smoothing Neals Yard Remedies Organic hand and arm scrub before the massage, or a complete Men's ManicureSteve is qualified by London Therapists. Ring or email Steve now on 02380639913 or 07968065885 to book.

Suggested treatment times:


Session Time*


Japanese Hand and Arm Massage - Light or Deep Tissue 50 mins £40
Neals Yard Remedies Organic Hand and Arm Scrub and Japanese Hand and Arm Massage 60 mins £45
Men's Manicure and Japanese Hand and Arm Massage 90 mins £70

*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. first treatment's consultation.

**Gemstones can be included at no extra charge.

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.