Massage Therapy

Many people have massage therapy on the recommendation of the osteopaths. They do this to help with specific problems caused by tight muscles. Plenty of people also book massage for a range of conditions that don’t affect the bones, joints or muscles. Some people have a massage purely for relaxation and wellbeing. In addition to being a great way to ease muscle tension, de-stress and revitalise, massage therapy has been shown to:

  • Increase circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • Improve immune function by increasing white blood cell count
  • Help certain types of headaches
  • Lower blood pressure and heart rate

We are located in Prestwood, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, and serve areas like Hazlemere / Penn / Tylers Green, Amersham, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, Little Chalfont, Chalfont St. Giles, Kingshill and High Wycombe. Our massage therapist Theo offers deep-tissue and holistic massage.

If you would like to have massage therapy to improve your wellbeing, we can help you in our optimally COVID-safe, private clinic. For appointments and more information call reception on 01494 813700 or email us at

Gail Ironson, Tiffany Field, Frank Scafidi, Michiyo Hashimoto, Mahendra Kumar, Adarsh Kumar, Alicia Price, Alex Goncalves, Iris Burman, Cy Tetenman, Roberto Patarca & Mary Ann Fletcher (1996) Massage Therapy is Associated with Enhancement of the Immune System’s Cytotoxic Capacity, International Journal of Neuroscience, 84:1-4, 205-217, DOI: 10.3109/00207459608987266
Moa Aourell, Martina Skoog,J.Carleson, Effects of Swedish Massage on Blood Pressure, Science Direct, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, Volume 11, Issue 4, 2005, Pages 242-246.
Christopher QuinnClint Chandler, and Albert Moraska2002: Massage Therapy and Frequency of Chronic Tension Headaches, American Journal of Public Health 92, 1657_1661.