Coronavirus COVID-19

In light of the current situation with the coronavirus, I am suspending all bookings and sessions until further notice for safety reasons. I would encourage everyone to continue their personal yoga regime and principles, and to try and remain mindful, rational and balanced whilst taking sensible steps to protect yourself and others. I look forward to connecting with you all in person again soon.

Take care,


Millions of workdays are lost every year due to self-reported work-related illness. Stress, depression, anxiety and musculoskeletal disorders account for the majority of cases. Many corporations and businesses are now encouraging their staff to take a twenty minute break to experience the relaxing benefits of on-site massage. Clients report feeling energised and refreshed after a seated acupressure session.

Relieve the Pressure

This type of massage helps to stimulate and balance the flow of energy throughout the body, which in turn stimulates the circulatory, muscular, nervous, immune and lymphatic systems whilst promoting the release of endorphins and important mood-regulating neurotransmitters. The client is left feeling good - in a relaxed but energised way, with a clear and focused frame of mind.

How Acupressure Works

Acupressure chair massage is a modern adaptation of ancient techniques developed to relieve the many workplace related complaints of today. It is a meridian (energy channels within the body) based therapy in which thumb, finger, elbow and knuckle pressure are used over acupressure points on the back, arms, hands, neck and head.