Chinese Massage In Nottingham

Chinese Massage in Nottingham

We give the personal touch at our spa in Nottingham, Sherwood. Here we offer a full range of Chinese massages, including hot stone and full body massage.

Member of ACMP – Association of Chinese Medicine Practitioners

For your guarantee of a quality, trained professional

Our team are all female. In Nottingham we have been in the business of providing exotic Asian massage for over ten years. Our skilled masseuses are changed every few weeks. All our therapists are qualified to practice by TCM. We also offer Thai massage by the very best Thai specialists.

chinese massage nottingham
chinese massage nottingham

Lisa graduated from China Medical University. She specialises in treatments of frozen shoulder, arthritis, and slipped disc. Very skilled in female facial treatment to tighten the skin which promotes a youthful appearance. With a strong yet gentle approach and loves her work like all our ladies do. We are the most authentic Chinese massage in Nottingham

We have nicely furnished and tranquil rooms with calming meditation massage music to totally relax you into a calm and receptive mood with aromatic oils.

Our Chinese massage in Nottingham is in Sherwood and is nicely decorated. We have a private shower facility to freshen up before or after your Chinese or Thai massage.

  • Treatment Massage (Acupressure)
  • Deep Tissue Body Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Reflexology (Foot Massage)
  • Head & Shoulder Massage
  • Ear Candle (Head Massage)
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Phone now 07828838118
Open 9am to 9pm Monday – Sunday
511 Mansfield Road Sherwood Nottinghamshire NG5 2JL
Ample Parking Nearby

Free 1 hr parking opposite, 2 to 3 minutes walking to the shop. Ample Parking nearby.

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chinese massage nottingham
chinese massage nottingham

Origins – our ethos in Chinese Massage in Nottingham

Massage as a part of Chinese medical treatment goes back about 4,000 years. Written massage textbooks began to appear as early as the fourth century b.c., along with the earliest Chinese medical texts. Massage appears to have developed alongside both therapeutic exercise (qigong ) and acupuncture , as it depends on the same understanding of the meridians and the flow of qi in the human body. The type of massage known as qi healing, or curing with external qi, was developed by master teachers of qigong.