52 days ago

The Healing Hub - massage appointments available

Trudi from Ohauiti

Hi there,
I have recently moved to Ohauiti and set up my lovely massage studio called ‘The Healing Hub’....I specialise in swedish massage, and well known for my intuitive healing and deep tissue work. I have both female and male clients. I am professional and treat each client with respect and confidentiality. I offer a nurturing, peaceful sanctuary for my clients to relax and enjoy some well deserved ME time.

Regular massage is key to ensuring a healthy balance in this busy world.

Key health benifits of massage:
* Reduce muscle tension
* Improved circulation
* Stimulation of the lymphatic system
* Reduction of stress hormones
* Increased joint mobility and flexibility
* Heightened mental alertness
* Reduced anxiety and depression

Pricing:
$50 - 45 mins
$60 - 60 mins
$75 - 75 mins (most popular)
$90 - 90 mins

PS: I usually find knots and like to spend time working on areas that need healing, so I may not get through a full body massage in 60 mins, therefore I recommend 75 minutes.

Daytime, evening & weekend appointments avaiable.

Phone or Text 021 2013253

Thanks heaps and look forward to hearing from you.
Trudi 🌸🌸🌸

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