Using traditional Swedish massage techniques, Hamilton Health tailors your massage to your individual needs. Whether you are in need of a highly relaxing massage or need to relieve a build-up of muscular tension Hamilton Health adapts the pressure to suit your emotional and muscular needs.
Perfect for people looking to unwind after a stressful week. Alleviates high stress levels, relieves muscular tension and promotes relaxation.
Keep an eye out as there will be a range of new treatments coming over the up and coming months.
60 mins* £40
90 mins* £55
*All treatments include 10 minutes required for consultation and home care advice.
"I floated out afterwards. Highly recommended".
“I booked in for a full body massage with Hamilton Health because I was feeling a bit stressed and it was A-MAZING. I felt totally relaxed afterwards and Tara was able to really target the areas in my shoulders and neck where I get ache-y and relieve the tension. I floated out afterwards. Highly recommended.”
— Sinéad G.
"Tara immediately makes you feel relaxed and at ease and now I wouldn't go to anyone else."
“Tara always finds out what areas you would like her to concentrate on and the pressure to use, which is great as she can tailor it to how you are feeling on the day. Every time I have a massage I feel super relaxed and have even fallen asleep! Tara immediately makes you feel relaxed and at ease and now I wouldn't go to anyone else.”
— Kirstie S.
"I can't recommend Hamilton Health more highly - thank you Tara!"
“I've been a regular client of Hamilton Health. I feel so relaxed and pampered after one of Tara's full body massage or reflexology treatments - she is spectacular. Her technique is amazing, as is her personality and treatment room, which is both stylish and calming. I can't recommend Hamilton Health more highly - thank you Tara! ”
— Leah J.
Treat your self.
Are you looking to beat those Monday blues? Are you looking to treat yourself after a stressful week? Are you looking to fill your life with a bit more mindful relaxation?