Chinese Massage Cheltenham
At Chinese Massage Cheltenham, we offer a full range of massages, Relaxing full body massage, Deep tissue massage, and Hot stone massage. We also offer Reflexology (foot massage) and Hot cupping / massage. We offer a very personal and authentic service.
- Relaxing Full Body Massage
- Deep Tissue massage
- Cupping with massage
- Four hands massage
- Reflexology and massage
We have showers and a car park nearby
Our spa is clean and welcoming. We take great care to ensure you have the best possible treatment.
We try to make all our clients feel at home. We have shower facilities for you to freshen up after your session. We select our Asian masseuses carefully and they are changed every one to two weeks. They are all are fully trained in authentic Chinese massage styles and most originate directly from China or other parts of Asia
We try to give our most to our clients, many of who are regular visitors to the spa. Chinese massage Cheltenham, please visit soon
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We take same day bookings and advance bookings by phone.
The Origins of Massage Therapy
Massage therapy history dates back thousands of years to ancient cultures that believed in it’s medical benefits. The first written records of massage therapy are found in China and Egypt.
2700 BCE: The first known Chinese text is called “The Yellow Emperor’s Classic Book of Internal Medicine.” This book was first published in English in 1949, but has become a staple in massage therapy training and is also often used as a textbook for teaching many other forms of alternative medicine such as acupuncture, acupressure and herbology.
2500 BCE: Egyptian tomb paintings show that massage therapy was also a part of their medical tradition. Egyptians get the credit for pioneering reflexology. Their studies and traditions greatly influenced other cultures such as the Greeks and Romans.
1500 and 500 BCE: The first known written massage therapy traditions come from India, but practice may have actually originated around 3000 BCE or earlier. Hindus used the art of healing touch in the practice of Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word, translates to “life health” or “life science.” It is regarded as the basis of holistic medicine, combining meditation, relaxation and aromatherapy.
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Chinese massage Cheltenham 2019