All of the following treatments are available at your convenience, in the comfort of your home, office, or private events, including wedding or parties. For further info please visit our SERVICE page

Francesca uses a synergistic blends of essential and organic natural oils, chosen specifically for each clientaccording to symptoms and required results.


Influenced by the ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda, this revolutionary, non-surgical facelift is a non-invasive approach to looking younger.

After a deep cleanse, the relaxing face massage relieves tension in the muscles of your face, neck and scalp,  smoothing away lines and bringing elasticity and sheen back to your skin. It works by stimulating pressure points, blood circulation, toning muscles and draining lymph - which can cause puffiness and water retention.

The marma points (energy centers) of the face are stimulated during the massage.

1 hour £ 130


Lymphatic drainage works on the lymphatic system, helping to drain the accumulated liquids in the body and reducing cellulite.

Liquids can accumulate for many reasons (stress, wrong lifestyle, big surgeries, genetic factors) especially in feet and legs and are responsible for creating cellulitis problem, fatigued limbs, swellings.

This massage uses very light pressure and long, gentle, rhythmic strokes to increase the flow of lymph and reduce toxins in your body.

It is suggested to make a cycle of treatments (followed by a balanced diet and active lifestyle) to experience a gradual improvement.

1 hour £ 80

90 minutes  £ 120


Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. The purpose of this technique is to lengthen, relax and release strain patterns within the muscles so that the posture of the body can realign itself.

A combination of slow strokes and deep pressure by fingers, hands and forearms on tight places either following or going across the fibers of the muscles.

1 hour £ 80

90 minutes £ 120


Reflexology is based on the Chinese principle that certain areas on the soles of your feet or hands – known as reflex zones – containing millions of nerve endings, correspond to other parts of the body.

Around 3,000 years ago, Asian practitioners were massaging hands and feet applying pressure to certain points to stimulate organs, nerve endings and energy pathways to promote health.

Reflexology stimulates the body into healing itself by improving circulation, reducing stress, pain and restoring natural balance.

1 hour £ 70

90 minutes £ 110

ABHYANGA –  ( Ayurvedic  warm oil massage)

A full-body nourishing massage, using cold-pressed, organic oil. The oil type and oil temperature may vary depending on the season and the patient’s needs. Soothing tension and supporting the detoxifying process of the body, this Ayurvedic massage strongly enhances neurotransmitter production that helps to reduce stress hormones in the body. The massage also includes a chakra balancing to restore a harmonious flow of energy across the chakra system. 

1 hour  £ 80

75 minutes £ 120


Not only a massage but the perfect treatment to exfoliate, nourish and hydrate your skin. The gentle scrub helps to remove dead skin cells, revealing a younger, fresher layer,  boosting blood circulation and helping drain the lymph nodes. This treatment leaves the skin looking plump, vibrant and nourished.

1 hour £ 80

90 minutes £ 120


The use of mantras is sometimes involved in massage therapy but these are usually chanted silently in the therapist’s mind. Mantras are concentrated, specific sound vibrations, which cleanse subtle impurities from the mind and energy channels. George Harrison described them as “a mystical energy encased in a sound structure, each mantra containing within its vibrations a unique power”. In Ayurvedic massage, mantras may be incorporated to invoke particular healing energies or to clear specific blockages from the chakras.