Remedial Massage

Remedial massage is the manipulation of soft tissue for therapeutic purposes. Remedial massage will help with many minor injuries. If injuries, muscular pain/tension are addressed, it may prevent any further problems developing in that area and improve one’s quality of life. Read More >


Acupressure or Acupoint Massage (also known by the Japanese as Shiatsu) is an ancient healing art which uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin and stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities.  Read More >


Reflexology was in existence during the early age of civilization; people have regarded pressure points on the feet to be very therapeutic.
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Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is a noninvasive treatment. It involves massaging the head, shoulders, arms, neck and face. It helps relax muscle and nerve fibres and increases fresh oxygenated blood around the entire body. Indian head massage can help with tension headaches, migraines, eyestrain, sinusitis, dry hair/scalp, neck, shoulder and facial tension.  Read More >


Somatics educators teach you to increase your proprioception (internal awareness of your body in motion) as you recondition, recalibrate or reboot your brain’s control of muscles and movement. This in turn leads to improved balance, coordination, flexibility, posture and breathing while eliminating muscular pain and dysfunction.  Read More >

Myofascial Release

Myofascial release involves a gentle yet sustained pressure from the therapist to encourage positive and lasting changes to body alignment and help reduce pain and body distortion.  This can be as a result of physical and/or emotional events recently or in the past.  Read More >

Infant/Baby Massage

The therapeutic benefits of massage for babies include deeper sleep, development and regulation of the gastrointestinal tract and improved circulation and lymph flow.  Read More >

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

The purpose of MLD is to stimulate the lymphatic system. Therefore the techniques used involve light pressure. This is imperative because the actual size of lymph vessels targeted during the treatment are minute. The diameter is less than a millimetre. In other areas, these channels are even smaller. As with a river bed, the smaller the diameter (or width of a river) the greater the resistance for fluid or river flow. Therefore Heidi will ensure that techniques are slow and gentle, this way it prevents the vessels from being put under too much pressure and strain.  Read More >

Ear Candling

Thermal Auricular therapy is also known as Ear Candling. Ear Candles have a purely physical function.  Read More >

Pregnancy Massage

Massage is a wonderful tool to assist during this time. Over the years Heidi has had many pregnant women benefit from her treatments. She has excellent grounding from UK experts such as Denise Tiran on how to approach each woman individually.  Read More >


Aromatherapy is the controlled use of essential oils to promote balance and harmony in the body, mind and spirit.  Read More >

Dry Needling

Dry needling involves the use of fine acupuncture needles.  It is an alternative way to release areas of muscular tightness and tension.
It is an effective treatment for acute and chronic pain, rehabilitation, pain and injury prevention with very few side effects. Read More >

Oncology Massage

Oncology Massage is the adaptation of massage techniques to treat, safely and effectively, those who have had, or are currently in treatment for cancer. The techniques are very gentle and the therapists are educated, amongst other things, about the side effects of medical treatments for cancer.  Read More >


Counselling allows people to discuss their problems and any difficult feelings they encounter in a safe, confidential environment. Counselling is a process people seek when they want to change something in their lives, or simply explore their thoughts and feelings in more depth. Read More >