Indian head massage is a relaxing holistic treatment that uses acupressure massage on the head, face, neck and shoulders. It aims to rebalance your body’s energies. The massage includes the arms and hands which clients find particularly relaxing as these parts are often neglected. It is also used to help prevent migraines, headaches and back pain, promote hair growth, detoxify the body by stimulating lymphatic drainage, relieve sleeplessness, restlessness and insomnia, relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression, renew energy levels and boost memory capabilities.

Trial session

20 minutes £15

Normal treatment

45 minutes £30

Intuitive and gentle practitioner

The hand massage was very gentle, my body felt very relaxed afterwards and I was in less pain for some hours following the treatment, which meant I was able to sleep well , a great bonus. Her reiki is very powerful and I have experienced Fiona giving me Reiki in person and at a distance due to being in isolation. I highly recommend Fiona to you.

– L.B Feb.2020

Professional and gentle

Fiona has a professional and gentle manner and I sense that she genuinely cares for her clients well-being. I come away from a reiki session feeling as though a huge weight has been lifted and feel much more relaxed. Fiona is very happy to work with any feedback she receives and can tailor her practice accordingly. I would recommend Fiona as a skilled and intuitive professional practitioner.

– C.C Jan.2020

Reiki saved me

I was one of Fiona’s first patients when she qualified. I went stray for 5 weeks and was found with a broken pelvis the vet said could not be operated on. He said I would be crippled for sure, but thanks to Fiona’s work and passion, I’m now able to run around with my friends!

– Rescued Doggy

This is particularly useful for someone who maybe too sensitive for a head massage, but still wishes to feel relaxed. This has been very successful for clients who need a gentle approach due to ill health.

Normal treatment

30 minutes £20

Reiki & Massage therapy are complementary therapies.
It remains important to seek medical advice from your GP