Book a Massage
It can be a real struggle booking time to take care of yourself, especially with work, family and other concerns demanding your attention. Online booking makes it easy to see what time slots are available and where they can fit in with your schedule. Whether you are booking in a series of maintenance sessions or grabbing a session as and when you need it, you can plan your restorative time here.
If it’s your first session, your next step is to download a confidential client form, fill in the relevant bits and return it to me at least 24 hours before your appointment.
Sessions last 75 minutes, this is essential for a first session to give time for a complete medical history so your massage is both appropriate and safe.
Monday 9.45am – 2.45pm and 7pm – 8.15pm
Tuesday 9.45am – 2.45pm
Wednesday 9.45am – 2.45pm and 5.30pm – 8.15pm
The price for sessions is £62 for 75 minutes or £50 for 1 hour.
If you want to cancel or re-schedule your appointment you can change it by logging in to my online booking system, as long as you give me 24 hrs notice. If that’s not possible you can always gift your session to a friend or family member and make their day!
If you forget your appointment, or just don’t turn up, you still have to pay for your session.
If you are taken ill, or have a sudden emergency like going into labour, I can refund your session, but please try to give me as much notice as possible.
If you are late, your session will be shorter to accommodate the clients booked in after you. When life conspires to keep you from your massage, please let me know as soon as you safely can. Depending on how much of your session remains, I will decide if there’s enough time for a treatment. You will still be responsible for paying the full amount of the treatment you have booked.
If you want to read more about what it’s like to have a massage from me, you can read these comments from my clients here.
“This whole approach with your massage so helped in more ways than you will ever know. You truly are a gifted and talented person- never forget how much you help people”
– Andi Huntley