Massage Therapy & Beauty Treatments

Massage Therapy & Beauty Treatments

Massage Therapy & Beauty Treatments

Abdomen Massage

Abdomen massage is a fantastic detox treatment which is ideal for a range of clients suffering from tiredness, constipation, bloating, IBS symptoms, etc… This treatment is a great alternative to colonic irrigation.

The colon (large intestine) is a large part of the digestive system. When the colon becomes clogged with faecal matter, it is unable to do its job efficiently. This can lead to a number of problems such as a poor skin condition, fatigue, moodiness, bloating and of course constipation. Digested food from the stomach passes through the small intestine (26ft long) and then into the large intestine (6ft long). In today’s society is seldom given a chance to rest or completely empty!

Most of us have have fecal matter build up, which is due to our diet and lifestyle. This can result in poor absorption of nutrients from the ingested food and reduced peristalsis (squeezing action) of the smooth muscles of the colon that move fecal matter.

Abdomen massage seeks to restore the whole digestive system to its “pre-stressed” state, by relaxing muscles involved and getting them working properly. This helps to settle the nerves and takes the tension out of fascia surrounding the vital organs. Once your colon is functioning properly again, it will be able to remove more efficiently the waste and toxins in the body.

This non-intrusive massage is a comprehensive treatment for body and will leave you feeling great.

Abdomen massage benefits:

  • Relief from trapped matter (constipation) and gas (bloating)
  • Relief from abdominal fluid retention
  • Improves detoxification of the body
  • Improves digestive health
  • Aids weight loss
  • Relief from symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrom (IBS) and “nervous” tummy
  • Improves function of deep organs and motion of digestion
  • Improves lymphatic flow around the abdomen





You can read more about this fantastic treatment here:

“What is Abdominial massage” by Craig Gibson