while staying at AMBER HOUSE - at the centre!™ Bed and Breakfast Guest House (B&B) in Nelson city centre, New Zealand.
Avail of soothing massage therapy that will leave you relaxed, restored and revitalised.
Treat yourself while you're in Nelson!
Book a full body massage at our special introductory rate. Our fully-qualified therapists use a combination of Swedish massage, Thai massage, and Deep Tissue Therapy.
Holistic Massage uses soothing aromatherapy oils and locally-produced balms and waxes to both stimulate and calm your senses.
Relax, unwind and find a place of deep peace.
Healing massageMassage therapy encourages healing by promoting the flow of blood and lymph, relieving tension, stimulating nerves, and stretching and loosening muscles and connective tissue to keep them elastic.
Massage isn't capable of curing any serious or life-threatening medical disorders, but massage can provide welcome relief from the symptoms of anxiety, tension, depression, insomnia, and stress, as well as back pain, headache, muscle pain, and some forms of chronic pain.
Massage is also frequently recommended for the treatment of minor sports injuries and repetitive stress injuries, and for the enhancement of physical conditioning. Before physical exercise, massage helps get blood moving to assist in the warm-up. Massage after a workout has been shown to reduce the waste products (lactic and carbonic acid) that build up in muscles after exercise and cause cramping and discomfort.
There is also some scientific evidence to support claims that massage enhances the immune system and aids recovery from soft tissue injuries by increasing blood circulation to injured areas. Some studies indicate that massage can even reduce blood pressure. Some people find that massage relieves such digestive disorders as constipation.
Generally, massage is not advised for anyone with an infectious skin disease, a rash, or an unhealed wound. It's also wise to avoid massage immediately after surgery, or if you're prone to blood clots. Circulatory ailments such as phlebitis or varicose veins preclude the use of massage, and it should never be performed directly over bruises, inflamed or infected injuries, areas of bleeding or heavy tissue damage, or at the sites of recent fractures or sprains. Massage is not recommended for cancer patients immediately after chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Avoid massage over any known tumor, and in any area with a recent surgical incision.
Healing Massage is your first step to a healthier, more relaxed body, mind and spirit.