Welcome to the world of invigorating massage therapy, in general massages tend to be quite costly as it is a specialist skill. A practitioner can spend months, even years perfecting their craft. In this day and age of the millennium rat race, many consumers tend to be glued to their pc’s or laptops. They use the wrong type of chairs, which does not support posture, and can become quite problematic. Poor posture, inevitably leads to tension, aches and back pain. This is where ‘Inspired Therapies’ come into action, although a relatively new company, the quality of service is premium! CEO Patrice Ferguson is an outstanding therapist with a wealth of experience and knowledge about detoxify the human body.
I had a one hour ‘Inspired Therapy’ session, which left me deeply relaxed and regenerated. Upon arrival at Powis Square (one of several sites) I enter a large, sweet smelling room. Geranium oil permeated the air, as the candle light glowed softly in the distance. It was no surprise to discover that all products used in this session were natural, holistic and locally soured. The massage table was sturdy enough to hold a voluptuous lady like myself, not only did I feel supported, I enjoyed the step by step description of the benefits of each part of my delightful body massage. Tuning forks were used for sound healing and I was able to adjust the intensity of the pressure of the massage at any time. This was a thoroughly wonderful experience and I will definitely be coming back for a womb massage, in the foreseeable future.
The company ethos is based on supporting the community and providing healing on a physical level, with affordable prices. Patrice’s motto ‘our service is not a luxury, it is a necessity’. I highly recommend ‘Inspired Therapies’ and happily give this service a 5 star rating!
***Mention ‘Lyrical Healer’ and receive a 20% discount***
Prices start from as little as £30 and make great presents for:
- Pamper sessions
- Wedding day preparations
Telephone: 0203 086 7340.
Written by Winsome ‘Lyrical Healer’ Duncan (c) 14th June 2012.