Synergy Healthcare

Massage

Our massage therapists at Synergy Healthcare are highly qualified in a wide range of different massage techniques:

  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Acupressure Massage
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Sports Massage

If a client is unsure of which massage will benefit them most, out massage therapists will advise and tailor for each individual.

The most popular massages are detailed below:

Luxury Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia. This type of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles.

Deep tissue massage is often recommended for individuals who experience chronic pain and are involved in heavy physical activity, such as athletes, and patients who have sustained physical injury.

Head, Neck, Back & Shoulders

Choreographed strokes and marma point therapy help to open the energy channels, relieve muscle tension, and restore balance to the entire body helping to alleviate headaches and fatigue and leaving the body in perfect balance.

Deep Tissue Massage… for the Lads!

A powerful tension relieving treatment, this invigorating choreographed massage with a single masculine oil incorporates classic Thai and Swedish therapy with deeper strokes to clear and detoxify the channels of circulation. The experience begins with medium to strong pressure and then progresses to firmer, deeper, slower strokes designed to release physical and emotional toxins.

Ultimate Body Massage

The Ultimate Massage is a friction-based choreographed massage utilising warm oils. As the oil is massaged into the skin through gentle to medium pressure strokes, it penetrates deep into the tissues to loosen toxins at the cellular level. This ultimate massage enhances immunity, increases circulation, and creates deep relaxation in the body and mind.

Indian Head Massage

IHM is a stimulating massage that works specifically on the areas surrounding the head, scalp, face and ears and extending to the shoulders and upper body.

This type of massage has been found to be excellent for:

  • Reducing stress, relieving headaches, migraines, neck ache and eyestrain
  • Improving hair condition
  • Improving circulation
  • More efficient removals of impurities and toxins
  • Stimulations and improvement of circulatory and lymphatic symptoms

COST: ½hr: £30, 1hr: £45, 1½hr: £55

Priscilla Mkomera

Priscilla Mkomera is a qualified Sports Massage Therapist (Level 4 VTCT) who specializes in treating high physical performance individuals from Sports, Arts and any other physically exerting lifestyles.

 

She tailors her massage treatments to individual need, helping to assist body structures in recovery, healing, and conditioning.
During her earlier working life, for 8 years, she worked in the Advertising, T.V. Production and Film Industry in Zimbabwe, initially as a Props Buyer and later a Camera Assistant. She moved to Northern Ireland in 2000, and obtained a Master of Arts in Media Studies at the University of Ulster (Coleraine). Since then she has worked as a Curator of Zimbabwean stone sculpture and as a freelance Gardener. From 2009 to 2010, Priscilla attended the Shiatsu School Dublin, learning Shiatsu Japanese massage.

Susie Magee

Susan Magee is a fully qualified massage therapist and a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists. She has completed training in Swedish Body Massage, (deep tissue massage), Indian Head Massage, Myofascial Release and Thai Massage. Susan Magee studied medicine at Queens University 1984-1987, completing studies in anatomy, physiology and biochemistry. She is also qualified as a fitness and pilates instructor. Susan’s uniqueness is her very broad knowledge of the human body, its anatomy, how it moves, and how injuries and strains can occur within the body. Drawing from her experience, she will give the massage that the body needs at the point in time.