Kerrianne Spraggon-York is a Massage Therapist specialising in Relaxation treatments. She has her own special tranquil Treatment room within LS Musculoskeletal Clinic that we like to call The Zen Zone.
Kerri’s popular treatments have been customised by her clients to always include her speciality; a relaxing Facial massage which is almost guaranteed to make you fall asleep! Kerri has her own Facebook page : @The Zen Zone where you can catch up on all the latest news and offers.
To book in with Kerri please click here.
Swedish massage is the most traditional form of massage using 5 main techniques, effleurage, petrissage, tapotement, friction and vibration.
A medium pressure on the muscles to induce relaxation to the soft tissues, promote blood flow, circulation and soothing of pain and tight muscles.
Rhythmic strokes combined with percussion movements work with the body to relax you physically and mentally. Benefits include:
Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils with Swedish Massage to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health.
Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. Sometimes it’s called essential oil therapy.
Our focus is on you, the oils used in your treatment are blended for your needs whether you need deep relaxation, energising, calming, or uplifting, we tailor your massage to harmonise your mind and body leaving a feeling of a new you in a complete state of Zen.
Indian Head massage is a treatment focussed on the head, scalp, face and neck. An ancient relaxation massage treatment enjoyed for 1000s of years, it boasts many benefits to body including:
Hot stone therapy is a complete body, mind and soul treatment. Physically the circulation and metabolism is stimulated, you will reach a state of deep relaxation within minutes and spiritually, the client is balanced and healing takes place.
The effects of stone therapy are felt both physically and psychologically. Physically the stones produce advanced relaxation, providing relief to muscular tension. The effects vary depending on the temperature of the stones.
Hot stones – the heat produced on the skin’s surface penetrates to the deepest layers of the skin, creating a state of deep mental relaxation by:
Cold Stones – provide an invigorating, toning and stimulating effect by: