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Massage Therapies

Students and staff can enjoy relaxing massage treatments on campus at the Health Hub in the Sports Centre for just £12 for students and £15.60 for staff. Hour long treatments are also available.  

  • Appointments are available Mondays and Thursdays, 10am - 4pm  

How to book 

To book a massage, please log into advantage and book your appointment time/ date

All instructions including how to pay for your massage are on the booking page.

Types of treatments available 

Swedish Body Massage

Swedish Body Massage uses a mixture of firm but relaxing strokes to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. It stimulates circulation, boosts the immune system, improves muscle tone and encourages toxins to be expelled from the body. Tension and stiffness in muscles will be relieved, leaving the body feeling relaxed and stress free.

Facials

Acupressure facials are a relaxing way to cleanse, balance and rehydrate your skin using a variety of pressure points all over the face and scalp. Cleansing the skins clears away the layers of dead skin cells and opens your pores to let toxins out of the body. Facials will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed and your skin feeling softer and cleaner.

Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage is a relaxing but stimulating massage working on the neck, scalp and acupressure points of the face performed with you in a sitting position. The treatment is known to bring about a feeling of relaxation, improve circulation and can even improve alertness and concentration.

Reflexology

Reflexology treatments are particularly beneficial for stress related disorders as they work by bringing the body back to homeostasis or balance by applying pressure to the feet, hands, or ears with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques. A reflexology treatment can establish which parts of the body are out of balance and working inefficiently, correcting these imbalances and returning the body to a healthy state.

Hands Free Massage

Hands Free Massage is a powerful technique in which the therapist primarily uses their body weight through the soft part of their forearm to apply pressure and give a deeper massage. It can help improve posture, release tension and stretch out tight muscles and tendons.Hands-free Massage