Nestled amid Bournemouth’s beautiful Victorian buildings are many beauty and spa venues where you can enjoy rest and relaxation by the sea. Not sure what to go for? We’re here to answer your questions about massage deals near you.
Whether you want to relieve back pain and headaches or simply relax, a full-body massage is the perfect way to release tension and leave you feeling refreshed and reinvigorated. Here are some of our top picks in Bournemouth:
If you’re new to massage and not sure what to expect, check out our etiquette guide to help you get the most out of your experience. From yoga style Thai massage to a thorough deep tissue massage and a pain-relieving sports massage - whatever your style, Bournemouth has a massage therapist for you.
As a popular seaside resort you won’t be surprised to learn there are some great hotels around Bournemouth where you can combine your massage with a luxurious spa day.
If you’re on your feet all day, there are a range of great massage services in Bournemouth that can help to soothe those aches and pains. You might want to try reflexology treatment, which uses pressure points in your feet to release pressure and relieve tension in your calf muscles and legs. You’ll find this on offer at venues including:
Aromatherapy massage has stacks of great benefits. It’s a quick way to relax your body and mind. Gentle, tranquil and soothing, it can reduce anxiety and stress, helping to alleviate headaches and other pains. Different scented oils are used depending on your wants and symptoms. For stress, your therapist might use peppermint or ylang ylang, while lavender is known to benefit those suffering from anxiety or sleep problems and eucalyptus has decongestant properties.
Venues offering aromatherapy massages in Bournemouth include Told Beauty on Fulwood Avenue and MC Beauty Therapy on Lansdowne Road. But there are lots of other options, so browse our full list of massage deals near you before making your choice.
Not all massages are made equal. Even if you go in for a particular style—Swedish, deep-tissue, or trigger-point, say—an experienced therapist will most often pull from a variety of modalities to achieve what you want. With so many different therapists using so many different techniques, how can you ensure you’ll get a relaxing massage that leaves you feeling looser, lighter, and with fewer aches and pains?
Whatever the reason, a massage sounds like—and usually is—one of the best ways to decompress and reset yourself when you're stressed.
There's almost an unlimited number of types to treat just about any ailment, and they're all pretty different. Before you book your next (or first) appointment, check out this guide to get the basics.
Your body's pretty good at letting you know it needs a massage—if only it could also tell you what type of massage it would most benefit from. If you're new to massage or have never ventured past your normal Swedish session, it might be confusing to navigate all the different types of massage out there. Luckily, we're here to help you decipher the many different styles and benefits of massage so you can book the one that's best for you.