Shiatsu Massage in London Bridge

 

massage london bridge

If you’re looking for Relief from Neck, Shoulder and Back Pain and Tension, conveniently located for London Bridge, Bermondsey, Bank and Monument you’ve found the right place!

Simon is The Shiatsu Guy, delivering effective Shiatsu massage in London Bridge at Snowsfields Wellness.

Shiatsu is highly effective for the Relief of Pain, Stress and Tension, and being based on a Japanese acupressure technique, it quickly releases and by-passes your tight muscles and fatigue to give a deeply relaxing and energising treatment.

Snowsfields Wellness clinic in London Bridge is very conveniently located just behind London Bridge station at 41 Snowsfields.

 

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Snowsfields Wellness, 41 Snowsfields, London Bridge, London SE1 3SU

 

Services available at Snowsfields Wellness Clinic in London Bridge

Pain Management Clinic

Craniosacral Therapy

RESET TMJ Treatment

Shiatsu Facial Massage

Shiatsu Massage Therapy (performed on a regular massage table, rather than a futon – see other clinics for traditional Shiatsu)

 

To book your massage session, just contact us on info@theshiatsuguy.com or call 07951 621 308, alternatively you can sign-up on the right using the form provided and we will be in touch with you to answer any questions you may have, to confirm your details and book in your massage sessions.

Massage London bridge is a very effective way of receiving a great massage at a convenient time and location to you. Contact us now and we’ll get you booked in for a great massage treatment.

 

E Price - Shiatsu London testimonial

A Very Relaxing Experience

I highly recommend Simon. He has a very calming welcoming presence and his massage is amazing!

Simon really listens to his clients, has great awareness of the body and makes the massage a very relaxing experience. The benefits of his massages extend into my day-to-day wellbeing because Simon also helps me to understand what’s going on with my muscles and joints and to identify habits potentially causing aches and knots.

Emma PricePR ManagerLondon, UK