Therapeutic Massage, Hot Stones, Swedish Massage ,Pregnancy Massage and Shiatsu. Reflexology, facials, Gus Sha and everything in between.  All of of our therapists are fully qualified with established reputations so you know you're in safe hands.


Kaila Moyers

Kaila is fully qualified and insured to offer a range of bespoke therapies.


is a form of Japanese bodywork based on ideas in traditional Chinese medicine. Shiatsu derives from a Japanese massage modality called anma. 


A deeply relaxing, gentle massage which helps you to forget everyday stresses and worries. Whether you're struggling to sleep, have a busy family life, or going for promotion, a Holistic Massage is a great way to sit back, relax and enjoy some quiet time to yourself. 



Whether you're playing sports or stuck behind a desk all day, a Sports Massage is not just for the athletic. Everyday activities cause wear and tear on the muscles, knots and adhesions build up over time and create tension and pain. A deep tissue massage is aimed to target problem areas and prevent further injuries from occuring as a result of this trauma. 



Want to really treat yourself? Smooth, volcanic stones are heated in a special oven and used as an extension to the therapist's hands or simply placed upon the body to allow heat to penetrate the aching muscles and create a deeply therapeutic state.



Hot stones allow heat to relax the muscles and prepare them for deeper manipulation, Sports Massage then becomes more effective as the body is kneaded and treated to break down stubborn knots.



This time in your life is special and exciting, at this crucial time it is important to care for your body. Expectant mothers need time to unwind and ease their aches and pains. A Pregnancy Massage is safe from 13 weeks to birth and is proven to bring about benefits to both mother and unborn baby.

Sports Therapist -BSc(hons) Sports Therapy. Member Society of Sports Therapists


Sports Therapy is concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.


Katie treats a wide range of injuries and general aches and pains. Sports massage sessions are also available so whether you sit at a computer all day or train for a particular sport several times per week, sports massage is a great way to relieve muscular 

Katie offers a wide range of services within the clinic from massage, strapping and taping to complex rehabilitation programmes.

Katie graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Sports Therapy in 2012, and has completed three seasons working with Jarrow Vikings, treating injuries sustained on match days and providing first aid during games. She now works with Whitley Bay Rockcliff RFU and Wallsend Eagles RFL. 

As a member of the Society of Sports Therapists, Katie complies with their policy of Continuous Professional Development (CPD), this ensures clients and patients get the best possible, up to date treatment supported by recent medical studies and research. This enables Katie to broaden her knowledge on different conditions and to provide the best suited and successful treatment techniques and rehabilitation exercises for your injury. 

The sports injury clinic is for everyone and not just sports people. If you have injured yourself gardening, walking or simply from being on your feet all day then we are here for you. LEARN MORE



Andrea has worked in the beauty industry for 11 years, which has taken her to locations such as France and London. This is where she has perfected her skills specialising in skin and facial treatments. She has a wealth of knowledge in her field, her passion is natural beauty. She only uses the best natural and organic skincare in her facials and her approach is a holistic one, concentrating on the person as a whole using bespoke techniques and oils for the individual. 


Lift and Sculpt Facial     


This facial includes a specialised massage technique using bespoke oils to lift and sculpt the facial muscles. Followed with a microcurrent device which gives an instant noticeable lift and definition to the face. Microcurrent is a completely non invasive safe treatment, it is referred to as a natural facelift. A low level current is used to tighten, tone and lift the muscles.



Lymphatic Drainage Facial

This facial involves a soothing massage using bespoke oils to stimulate your facial lymph nodes, which gives your body’s natural detox process a boost, reducing puffiness and giving a sense of wellbeing. Facial cupping and Gua Sha are also used in this facial, cupping involves small suction cups on the face, used gently in a motion to promote drainage and blood circulation. Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese technique, which has been used for thousands of years. A smooth crystal stone typically Jade is used to press stroke in a pattern around the face and neck. The benefits are carries nutrient rich and oxygenated blood to the skin and tissues, drains lymph fluid, reduces wrinkles, aids in eliminating dark circles around the eyes, can help migraine and headaches, brightens complexion and speeds up the healing time of breakouts. 


Express Facial


This facial is for someone with little time who doesn't want to compromise the benefits of a great facial. It involves a lifting and sculpting massage using bespoke oils and 5 minutes with microcurrent, which is a low level current that lifts and tones the facial muscles. (can be targeted to a certain area if preferred) The results are a brighter complexion, hydrated skin and lifting of the face. 


Sessions last from an hour to 90 minutes depending on the therapist and therapy.  


Prices are from £35


Laura Burn

Qualified in Beauty therapy and Reflexology,  reflexology is a popular and relaxing treatment based on the principle that reflex points on the soles, top and sides of the feet correspond to areas throughout the body . In this way, the feet can be seen as a map of the body. Reflexologists work on the reflex points using their thumbs, fingers and knuckles applying gentle pressure and specialised massage techniques thought to correct imbalances throughout the body. 

The Chinese are said to have used an early form of reflexology more than 5000 years ago in their use of pressure therapies (acupressure). Egyptian tomb artwork also shows foot massage indicating that working on the feet is an ancient practice used in many cultures. Modern reflexology was developed by Eunice D Graham in the 1930’s and is now a popular complementary therapy. 


Creates relaxation - Reflexology induces relaxation in the body. Research has shown (24 studies) using EEG brain activity measurements, the relaxation effect begins, from the moment the reflexologist begins the treatment. 

Reduces pain - Pain reduction following reflexology work is documented in 27 studies including research showing impact on individuals of all ages and health states 

Improves health concerns - research shows that reflexology work helps individuals of all ages with some 78 health concerns including teething, colic, aggressive behaviour in children, arthritis, back pain, digestive issues, chronic illness, hormonal imbalance, sleep disorders and urinary conditions. 

Improves blood flow -   Separate studies show that reflexology work increases blood flow to the feet, brain, kidneys and intestines.

Aids post-operative recovery - Reflexology work aids recovery after surgery as shown by several studies, reducing pain and lessening the use of post operative analgesics.

Positive Impact on physiological measures (e. g. blood pressure and cholesterol; measurements by ECG, EEG, and MRI)

Benefits mental health -  Research demonstrates that reflexology can reduce depression (eleven studies) and anxiety (nine studies)