New! Honey Massage
Honey massage is a type of therapeutic massage that involves the application of honey to the skin, followed by a gentle massage. This form of massage has been used for centuries in various cultures, including ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Chinese civilizations. We use natural hand harvested honey from our own hives. A spa before to relax and warm the muscles, and a sauna afterwards to open the pores for additional absorption of the honey enhance the experience.
The Benefits of Honey Massage
Honey massage has several benefits for the body, including:
Exfoliation - The natural enzymes found in honey help to gently exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells and impurities.
Moisturizing - Honey is a natural humectant, which means it helps to retain moisture in the skin. This can help to improve skin hydration and leave the skin feeling soft and smooth.
Anti-inflammatory - Honey has anti-inflammatory properties that can help to reduce inflammation and redness in the skin. This can be particularly beneficial for people with skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
Relaxation - The gentle massage involved in honey massage can help to relax the muscles and promote a sense of overall relaxation and wellbeing.
How Honey Massage Works
During a honey massage, we apply warm honey to the skin and then use a gentle, specialised technique to massage the honey into the skin. During the massage, the natural enzymes in the honey begin to break down dead skin cells and impurities, helping to exfoliate the skin and detoxify the tissues. At the same time, the honey's humectant properties help to moisturize the skin, leaving it feeling soft and smooth.
Honey massage helps to relax the muscles, reducing pain and inflammation, and promoting a sense of overall relaxation and wellbeing.
Is Honey Massage Right for You?
Honey massage can be a great option for people looking for a gentle, natural form of massage therapy. However, it's important to note that honey massage may not be suitable for everyone such as -
- people with sensitive skin
-people with allergies to honey or bee products
If you choose to include the sauna after the massage, note this is not suitable if you have
- high blood pressure
- heart conditions
- prone to overheating
- under the influence of drugs or alcohol
If you're concerned about honey massage, it's important to talk to your healthcare provider to determine whether it's a safe and appropriate form of therapy for you.
Cost - $120 including (90 minute package)