Bristol Chinese Massage Fishponds Rd

Bristol Chinese Massage Fishpond Road

We are on Fishponds Road

Here at Bristol Chinese Massage Fishponds Road we strive to bring you the most authentic flavours of Eastern hospitality.

We offer a full range of treatments to invigorate and relax you, We offer 2 hands and 4 hands massage for the ultimate pleasure. The salon is newly and beautifully decorated with shower facility. We have a fully trained Asian Masseuses team to take you on the journey of relaxation. 

Our team of Asian masseuses are fully trained in authentic Chinese massage styles, deep tissue massage and Swedish massage. We offer sessions from 30 minutes through to 90 minutes.

Open Mon-Sun 9am-9pm
Click to Call 07864 057153
709 Fishponds Road, Bristol BS16 3UH
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Chinese Massage is a smooth, gentle, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, relieves muscular tension, plus improves circulation and range of movement. Your Chinese Massage therapists will aim to relax, revive and rejuvenate you at a massage depth that does not cause discomfort.

Bristol Chinese Massage Basics

Chinese massage is closely related to acupuncture and focuses on channels or energy points that will effectively transport and guide blood and energy, or “qi,” throughout the body. The aim is to achieve balance to protect the person against different types of infection and maintain the optimum function of all organs. When the channels are impeded or blocked, the person experiences pain and is prone to health problems. The masseuse can identify which pathways are blocked and need pressure. A May 2013 study by the American Massage Therapy Association showed that regular massages can treat different serious illnesses like chronic low-back pain, cardiovascular problems and rheumatoid arthritis.

Fishponds Chinese Massage


Chinese massage is closely related to acupuncture and focuses on channels or energy points that will effectively transport and guide blood and energy, or “qi,” throughout the body. The aim is to achieve balance to protect the person against different types of infection and maintain the optimum function of all organs. When the channels are impeded or blocked, the person experiences pain and is prone to health problems. The masseuse can identify which pathways are blocked and need pressure. A May 2013 study by the American Massage Therapy Association showed that regular massages can treat different serious illnesses like chronic low-back pain, cardiovascular problems and rheumatoid arthritis.