Treatment Room

stock-photo-5635221-beautiful-young-woman-at-the-day-spaCROPPEDTo complement the relaxing and therapeutic experience of our newly refurbished pool, we have now opened a treatment room offering massage, aromatherapy, reflexology and a number of other treatments. Our fully trained and experienced therapists provide a full consultation to identify problem areas and to see what it is that you would like from the session. They can also work out a treatment plan for those problems needing a little more attention or simply provide a treatment to relax your body after a tough day at work.

To book you can simply speak to our receptionist on 01539 733559.

Treatment and pool experience gift vouchers are also available to purchase from reception.




This ancient technique acts on parts of the body by stimulating the corresponding reflexes on the feet or hands with massage techniques applied by the therapist’s fingers. Where the body is out of balance or unsynchronised the reflexologist may find areas of congestion, which the treatment can help alleviate and restore the body’s natural balance. Reflexology can help with a variety of symptoms both physical and emotional.

Treatment is approximately 60 minutes including consultation

Price: £40 



Swedish Massage

The term “Swedish Massage” refers to a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax muscles by applying pressure to them against deeper muscles and bones, and rubbing in the same direction as the flow of blood returning to the heart.

As well as relaxation and a sense of wellbeing, the benefits of Swedish massage may include increasing the oxygen flow in the blood and releasing toxins from the muscles, stimulation of circulation, an increase in muscle tone, and a balance of the muscular-skeletal systems.

A full body treatment is approximately 60 minutes including consultation

(30 minute treatments can be requested).

Price: £45 


deep tissue massageDeep tissue massage

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage aimed at the deeper tissue structures of the muscle. Deep tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage but the pressure will generally be more intense. It is also a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or knots; this is used with a combination of specialist stretching techniques for longer lasting relief.

A full body treatment is approximately 60 minutes including consultation

(30 minute treatments can be requested prices on request)

Price: £45


hot-stone-therapyHot Stone Therapy

Stone Therapy is a unique physiological experience and can aid in the relaxation, balance and harmony of the body promoting a deep sense of wellbeing.  Used in massage therapy, smooth basalt stones are heated in hot water. Like the older traditions, they can be placed on the body over a towel, following the energy centres. As they cool slightly, they can be used to massage the body in much the same way as the therapist’s hands – to soothe aching muscles, seek out those knots and crinkles and ease away stress.

Other benefits to consider include reduced muscular aches and pains, stimulation of circulation as well as reduction in anxiety, stress and tension.

Hot and cold stones can also be used in the treatment which aids in the process of detoxification, promoting relaxation and a feeling of well-being.

Treatment is 60 – 70 minutes including consultation. Price: £50 



Aromatherapy involves the use of essential oils; Individual blends are prepared by the practitioner, in a base of cold pressed oil and then applied to the patient’s skin through any type of massage chosen. Aromatherapy can have a profound effect on physical and psychological well-being. The essential oils used in aromatherapy are extracted from plants and herbs to treat conditions ranging from infections and skin disorders to immune deficiencies and stress.

Treatment is 60 – 70 minutes including consultation. Price: £50