Facial Massage

You have 43 muscles in your face and I expect you have never really given them much thought or attention. It is a wonderful feeling to have all those muscles touched because we use them all the time, and there is often tension stored in our faces. Facial massage is performed using repetitive flowing movements over the face using the fingertips, fingers and insides of the wrists. My facial massage blends together techniques from Ayurvedic massage, along with acupressure and hot and cold stones. The massage starts with the cleansing of the face with organic Rose Water, after which organic Sesame oil is used during the massage. Towards the end of the session, an organic clay face mask is applied and you are left to relax. Once this is removed, a little organic Rose Oil is massaged in, nourishing the skin, before the massage is finished with hot and cold stones, which leave you (and your face) feeling wonderfully refreshed.

Facial massage is a wonderful treatment and it is certainly not just for the ladies! It's great for people who don't feel comfortable with other forms of bodywork, and when combined with acupressure and myofascial release techniques, can help with headaches, sinus pain and temporomandibular disorder. Not only is it deeply relaxing but it also can help to reduce lines, tighten the skin, increase skin elasticity, and promote blood flow to the face. It makes a wonderful gift for anyone! 

One of my clients said after her session: 'it was sublime and my skin looks amazing'

Each session lasts 60 min and costs £45.
During May if you book a facial massage for
yourself or as a gift for someone else,
the massage will cost only £40!*

*Bookings or gift vouchers must be purchased by the 31st May 2017 and will be valid until the 18th July 2017. Bookings and gift vouchers are not transferable.

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Claire Feldkamp

Claire Feldkamp MTI CNHC is on a mission to help people bring balance to their lives. She is passionate about yoga as a tool for self-enquiry, and believes that it has something to offer everyone. Her instruction blends together a deep appreciation of alignment with a fundamental love of movement. An avid rock climber, mountaineer, runner, hungry learner, anatomy nerd and archaeologist, Claire applies her adventurous experiences of life to her teachings, making classes accessible, fun and deeply inspiring. Claire loves to enable others to listen and respond to their bodies, and does so by blending together bodywork, yoga, mediation and mindfulness.