Adapted from methods that first came into vogue in the 1960s, Hilton London Syon Park talk about a tailor made massage…
What exactly is the treatment?
The Comfort Touch Full Body Massage is a prescriptive massage designed around you, focusing on muscular tension and stress, whilst resting mind, body and soul.
Where does it come from?
Formulated by [Comfort Zone], it’s based on Esalen massage which was created and nurtured in the 1960s at the Esalen institute in California.
What is it supposed to do?
It encourages nourishment and stimulates the natural metabolic mechanisms of the tissue in the body, preserving elasticity, relaxing the muscles allowing energy to flow.
Is there anything you do to enhance the effectiveness of the treatment?
The treatment rooms are dimly lit to encourage relaxation and the room is perfumed with relaxing scents. We will assess each guest’s needs and tailor the treatment to them. The oil mix is pre-blended to enhance the treatment and provide wellbeing.
Is there anything you recommend clients to do pre or post-treatment to get the most out of it?
Pre-treatment, relax using the rest of our facilities, especially our sauna as the heat will warm the muscles which will enable the therapist to work on each individual problem area more effectively. Post-treatment drinking plenty of water ensures that your body will rid itself of the toxins, enabling the treatment to be more effective in the long run. Also keeping warm and relaxed allows the muscles to stay supple for longer.
Is there anyone you particularly recommend the treatment for?
The treatment is recommended for individuals who suffer from back pain, whether it be from posture, lifestyle or recurring injuries. We also recommend it to guests who want to relax and promote peace of mind.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t have this treatment and why?
We would usually recommend an adaptation of this treatment for pregnant women and anyone suffering from a long term illness.
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