Treatment list, cost and duration

Acupressure Massage (穴位按摩)

Acupressure is an ancient Chinese technique based on the principles of acupuncture. This involves the use of repeating finger pressure, without the needles, on specific points along the body. Acupressure is a way of accessing and releasing blocked or congested energy centres in the body. Chinese cultures believe the points to be junctures of meridian pathways that carry energy called Chi or Qi. This therapy can alleviate the symptoms of many health conditions, from PMS, stress, backache and headaches.

30 mins £30
60 mins £45
90 mins £65

Acupuncture  (针灸)

Chinese acupuncture is a more efficient technique than acupressure as it uses ultra-fine needles thinner than a hair allowing for a higher level of precision and accuracy. These sterile needles are placed in the skin. Placing is not painful because it is not deep. The therapist manipulates these needles to stimulate key points with exact precision. The result is more effective than acupressure massage in helping to relieve pain and discomfort for a patient. The first treatment takes longer than the follow-up treatments because it starts with an individual diagnosis of each patient to decide which placements are most beneficial.

People with heart problems suffering from irregular blood flow should not have acupuncture. Acupuncture should not be performed on women menstruating because acupuncture has a strong influence on our circulation systems. Massage is beneficial during pregnancy. It is not possible to do acupuncture during pregnancy because there are then two life forces living in the body of the mother.

Because acupuncture penetrates the skin, the parts of the body which were treated should be kept dry for at least four hours. Acupuncture manipulates the energies contained in the liquids of the body. Adding water or other liquids on the skin for the first four hours interferes in the creation of a new body balance. 

 

First treatment for 90 mins £45
Subsequent treatments 70 mins £40

Traditional Chinese Massage (Tui Na)(推拿)

Deep tissue therapy is designed to relieve tension in the muscles and the connective tissue. This type of treatment focuses on the muscles located below the surface muscles. Deep tissue treatment is often recommended for individuals who experience chronic pain, are involved in heavy physical activity, or who have sustained physical injury.


30 mins £30
60 mins £45
90 mins £65

Traditional Chinese Massage

Oil Massage(精油按摩)

Tones the muscles along with the whole physiology. It helps to keep the joints flexible, relieves fatigue, aches and pain in the body, calms the nerves, relieves stress and anxiety, increases the circulation, improves the complexion of the skin by adding lustre to it, improves energy and mental alertness, promotes deeper and better sleep, nourishes the whole body and promotes longevity.

30 mins £25
45 mins £35
60 mins £45
90 mins £65

Oli Massage

Head Massage (头部按摩)

The aim of Chinese head treatment is to release the stress that has accumulated in the tissues, muscles and joints of the head, face, neck and shoulders. The therapist uses a range of different movements including application of deep kneading and compression movements over the neck, shoulder and scalp areas. This treatment is especially good for relieving stress, tension, fatigue, insomnia, headaches, migraine and sinusitis. People report that the experience is deeply calming and relaxing, leaving them feeling energised and revitalised and better able to concentrate.

30 mins £25
45 mins £35

Head massage

Traditional Chinese Foot Massage (足底按摩)

Chinese Culture is full of traditional ways to feel pampered. A smoothing traditional Chinese foot massage is one traditional way to relax. It starts with a foot bath followed by intense massage on various pressure points in the feet, ankles and legs. Chinese foot massage has been practised for centuries and is a popular pastime in China and in many other parts of the world. A foot massage relieves pain in the feet. It can relieve tiredness and stress and induce deep relaxation.

The foot is also believed to contain pressure points that affect the various organs of the body and a foot massage stimulates these pressure points, thereby improving the function of all your organs. It can relieve: sinus pain, migraine, constipation, diarrhoea, sciatica, asthma, back pain, neck pain and shoulder pain. Of course, the best reason for a foot massage is that it simply feels divine.

60 mins £45

Hot Stone Massage(热石按摩)

While all types of massage can help relieve pain caused by tense muscles, stiff joints or injuries, a hot stone massage provides greater relief due to the intense nature of the massage. The heat transferred from hot stones allow the therapist to penetrate deeper. You may find that a hot stone massage leaves you feeling physically better than oil or deep tissue massage, which do not incorporate heat. People experience heat differently so let your therapist know if you feel that the heat from the stones is too much, or that the pressure they are using is too strong. At no time should you feel any discomfort during massage.

Always check with your doctor before getting a hot stone massage. Individuals with certain conditions, including pregnant women and people with high blood pressure should avoid this therapy because the process is too invasive for them. But for the majority of people, the heat from the stones helps muscles to relax. Which allows easier manipulation deep tissues. Tense muscles make massage difficult. If your muscles are extremely tight or stiff, the heated stones provide the extra relaxation you need for the massage to be beneficial.

60 mins  £48
90 mins  £68

Hot stones

Chair Massage

A chair massage focuses on the head, neck, shoulders, back, arms and hands to relieve physical and emotional stress. This treatment is conducted with clothes remaining on and is a quick fix for people in a hurry, or people trying massage for the first time.

15 mins £10

chair-massage

Ear Candle including Head and Neck massage (耳烛)

OTOSAN cones for ear care are made of natural fabric, wax and bees-wax. It helps to revitalise the acupuncture points, stimulate the blood circulation and free clogged pores. Ear candle is a delicate and non-invasive method for resolving problems of ear hygiene safely. It helps to remove the wax plug from the ear, re-balancing ear pressure and preventing the unpleasant feeling of blocked ears.

30 mins £25

Ear Candle

Cupping Therapy (拔罐疗法)

Cupping is an ancient Chinese method of causing local congestion. A partial vacuum is created in each cup placed on the skin through heat and suction, which draws up the underlying tissue. When the cup is left in place on the skin for a few minutes, blood stasis is formed and localized healing takes place.

Cupping therapy has been further developed as a means to open the ‘meridians’ of the body. Meridians are the conduits in the body through which energy flows to every organ and tissue. There are five meridians identified on the back. When stimulated through cupping it allows invigorating energy to travel the whole length of the body. Cupping therapy is one of the fastest ways of opening those meridians. It affects the body for up to four inches into the tissues, causing tissues to release toxins, activate the lymphatic system, clear colon blockages, help activate and clear the veins, arteries and capillaries, activate the skin, improve the appearance of stretch marks. Cupping is a most effective deep tissue treatment.

20 mins £15 (20 mins cupping)
60 mins £45 (20 mins cupping and 40 mins of massage)

cupping

Gua Sha Treatment (刮痧)

Gua Sha is a very simple and effective traditional healing technique practised widely in China, Vietnam, and other parts of East Asia. During a Gua Sha treatment, a round-edged instrument is used to rub skin in a certain area of the body. Varying pressure is used to reach the subcutaneous fascia with a bit massage oil to stop any discomfort from friction. Gua Sha is a simple but strong method to reduce energy blockages.

With an effective Gua Sha treatment, the skin afterwards has a bruised look as all the stagnant blood and metabolic waste products come to the surface. This is probably one of the reasons why the technique is not widely practised in the West. The petechiae (which is the medical term for this marking that comes to the surface) normally fades after three days. The result of removing blockages in this way vastly improves the fluid and blood circulation.

30 mins £25
60 mins £45 (20 mins Gua Sha, and 40 mins of massage)

Gua Sha Treatment

Waxing (蜡脱毛)

Waxing is one of the most effective ways to remove unwanted hair. This method gives a clean, smooth surface and longer lasting result. Hair grows back finer because waxing pulls the hair out below the surface of the skin. In addition, waxing does not irritate or cut the skin as shaving does, so red bumps and irritations are kept to a minimum.  Please arrive for your treatment freshly showered or we may refuse to carry out your waxing, and before your waxing please ensure hair to be removed, is trimmed to a maximum of 6mm in length. We use roller waxing with hot wax; this modern treatment is cleaner and more effective than some other methods, and causes less discomfort. Try waxing and feel the difference.

  • Full leg – 50 mins £22
  • Full leg & bikini – 60 mins £26
  • Half leg – 30 mins £15
  • Under arm -15 mins £9
  • Upper leg & bikini – 30mins £23
  • Back or chest – 25 mins £20
  • Half arm – 15 mins £12
  • Full arm – 25mins £16
  • Upper lip – 10 mins £7
  • Chin – 10 mins £7
  • Lip & chin – 20 mins £12
  • Eyebrow – 10 mins £7
  • Bikini – 10 mins £9

Opening Hours
Mon – Sat, 10am – 7pm, that means our last appointment slot during the day starts at 6 o’clock. We are closed on Sundays.