Hot stones have been used therapeutically for thousands of years to enhance the benefits of massage. These smooth stones help create the most relaxing, comforting and indulgent form of massage, as inspired by Native American, Egyptian and Ayurvedic traditions.
The volcanic or river basalt stones transmit heat deep into muscles to melt away tension and reduce stress. They can help to relieve chronic pain, calm the nervous system and promote a deep and lasting relaxation.
This sedative effect means the therapist can work more deeply into the muscles without you experiencing discomfort.
As well as massaging the stones over muscles and joints, stones may be placed on energy points to balance both mind and body.
You will feel totally relaxed, cocooned in a nurturing warmth and ready for a deep and restorative sleep.
Traditional Swedish Massage is one of the most popular forms of body treatment. Using a combination of long soothing strokes and more focused techniques on the major muscle groups of the body, this firm but relaxing form of massage brings many benefits.
It will release muscle tension, stiffness and helps to ease any aches and pains. It increases blood flow, and thus healing, around the body. It helps to remove toxins, waste and excess lymph from the body.
It can help to lower blood pressure, boost the immune system and ease fatigue. It is also an excellent way to relax, helping to calm mental or emotional stress and improve sleep.
All treatments will be carefully tailored to suit your needs and may include beneficial aromatherapeutic oils at no extra charge.
Call Melanie for a free 10-minute telephone consultation and Melanie will recommend you the best treatment to start with, or help you choose a program which can be specially personalised and tailored to your needs at your first appointment.
Melanie is based at the established natural health Paradise Clinic in Corner of Paradise Road, Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5NB.
A wide range of clients come to Kemnay from Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and beyond.
Kemnay is very close to Inverurie and the A96. Kemnay is a 20-minute drive from Aberdeen on the dual carriageway.
Dr Melanie Jones PhD (non-medical research)
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