NO HANDS - the new massage?

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What is NO HANDS massage?

NO HANDS massage used to account for at least 70% of the treatments I gave before Covid-19. It's extremely popular, so why is it so popular and what exactly is NO HANDS massage all about?


It's not elbows and yes there is touch!

NO HANDS massage is deep, releasing, rejuvenating and nourishing. It is a dynamic form of massage that is becoming popular as one of the most powerful new therapeutic massage treatments available.

It is massage that works on every level:
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Physical
Energetic
Emotional
Mental
Spiritual 

If you're not using your hands what do you use?

Elbows?

No, I don't use elbows.

Is it Reiki or do you just hover your hands over the body?

No, it's definitely not that, there is touch involved! 

A NO HANDS massage literally means that I don't tend to use my hands, instead I use the soft surfaces of my forearms, upper arms and shoulders. This means it is both deeper and more relaxing than conventional massage and for this reason, it has been called the Gentle Giant of Massage.

This is Massage for life, not just for the odd injury or occasional pampering, but Massage to help your journey through life.  Words and pictures cannot do justice to the power of this ‘New Massage’ – you can only understand it by feeling it.

Why have a regular NO HANDS massage?

Massage has a cumulative effect. Just like going to the gym, where you can reach a level of fitness, but need to maintain it by regular visits. Massage can help to make you feel good, but the feelings and benefits last longer by continuing to have regular treatments. Your body 'remembers’ how good it felt after the previous session, and automatically starts to release tension the moment you get on the table! This means that your third session is much more effective than your first. This is just how 'touch medicine’ works and it is probably the most ancient medicine on the planet. 

Where to start?

The best place to start is to simply book in and experience a treatment.

Still not sure, or have a specific question? Then please do get in touch