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Beauty Therapy Treatments

Facials

Eve Taylor Aromatherapy skincare

Mini Facial - 30 mins £25

Make-Up removal, cleanse, double cleanse, tone, mask and moisturiser

 

Classic Facial - 60 mins £40

Make-Up removal, cleanse, double cleanse, tone, exfoliation, facial massage and mask. Foot or hand massage. Moisturiser & eye cream

 

Luxury Facial - 90 mins £60

Make-Up removal, cleanse, double cleanse, tone, exfoliation, facial massage, steam & extraction. Facial mask, foot or hand massage, moisturiser & eye cream

 

Lavera – Natural Organic skincare

Mini Facial - 30 mins £30

Make-Up removal, cleanse, double cleanse, tone, mask and moisturiser

 

Classic Facial - 60 mins £45

Make-Up removal, cleanse, double cleanse, tone, exfoliation, facial massage and mask. Foot or hand massage. Moisturiser & eye cream

 

Luxury Facial - 90 mins £65

Make-Up removal, cleanse, double cleanse, tone, exfoliation, facial massage, steam & extraction. Facial mask, foot or hand massage, moisturiser & eye cream

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Beauty Therapy Treatments

From August 2016 I am now going to be doing the following Beauty Therapy treatments at treat-norwich

  • Facials – Eve Taylor Professional Aromatherapy Skin and Body care
  • Warm  Waxing – Legs, forearms, lip, eyebrows & chin
  • Hot Waxing – Bikini & armpits
  • Manicures and Pedicures – Orly Epix & Orly Gelfx
  • Make-Up – Day, evening, special event, wedding & lessons
  • Eye Treatments – Tinting &  Shaping
  • Semi-Permanent Eyelash Extensions
  • Nail Extensions – Hard Gel, Fibreglass & Acrylic
  • Spa Treatments – Body brushing, scrubs, butter & masks

 

Eve Taylor – Nature’s Finest ingredients

Not tested on animals, paraben free, no artificial colours, fragrances, alcohol, formaldehyde, petrochemicals, phthalates or comodegenic.

Natural Aromatherapy skincare.

 

 

treat-norwich open day Saturday 23rd July 10am – 5pm

treat-norwich

New Complementary Healthcare Clinic:

  • Ground floor location near the city centre of Norwich
  • Accessible to all clients
  • Men’s, ladies and disabled toilets
  • Car Parking within few minutes walk
  • A retreat in Norwich’s busy bustling city
  • High professional like-minded practitioners
  • A variety of treatment rooms
  • Large studio spaces; where you can enjoy private and group therapies, as well as workshops and classes

 

5 stars

A beautiful, calm space and professional and caring people. Acupuncture has become an important part of my life. Rebecca and team have successfully treated me for chronic neck and back pain, stress and alsoemotional pain and upset. Now I know it works I have a fortnightly slot to help me keep some symptoms at bay due to a genetic disorder (and anything else that may occur that week, be it sleep problems/ hormones/ migraines )The treatment is explained and I always feel relaxed. At times I enter feeling dreadful and leave feeling amazing. Thank you to all of you at Treat Accupuncture, I’m so glad I gave it a go!

Joanna Scott

5 stars

Absolutely love treat! An amazing space with a great feel! I am treated by Rebecca for acupuncture and I cannot recommend her enough! Her treatments have helped me to manage my pain and I can’t thank her enough!

Massage isn’t just relaxing. It has many health benefits. Don’t Call It Pampering: Massage Wants to Be Medicin

 By

ANDREA PETERSEN

While massage may have developed a reputation as a decadent treat for people who love pampering, new studies are showing it has a wide variety of tangible health benefits.

Research over the past couple of years has found that massage therapy boosts immune function in women with breast cancer, improves symptoms in children with asthma, and increases grip strength in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome. Giving massages to the littlest patients, premature babies, helped in the crucial task of gaining weight.

Is massage just for pampering or does it have true biological effects? A recent study showed muscles rebounded better if massaged after exercising to exhaustion.

The benefits go beyond feelings of relaxation and wellness that people may recognise after a massage. The American College of Physicians and the American Pain Society now include massage as one of their recommendations for treating low back pain, according to guidelines published in 2007.

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Why is Massage so good for your health?

How your body can benefit from Massage:

The skeletal system: Your bones  are affected indirectly by massage. Improved circulation of blood brings oxygen and nutrients to the bones. Joint stiffness and pain may be reduced. As the muscles become more flexible, joint movement increases.

The muscular system: Some massage movements relax and stretch muscles, reducing muscular tension and cramp. Massage also may help muscles to be more flexible by reducing tight muscular fibres.. Muscles tired by exercise are likely to be restored by massage more quickly than by just  resting them.

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Enjoy the fragrances of Christmas

This essential oil blend is sure to put you in the festive mood throughout December.

Frankincense essential oil:
A wonderfully relaxing oil and is ideal for keeping you chilled during the hectic run up to Christmas.

Ginger essential oil:
This warming, sweet and spicy oil can be helpful when you are lacking in motivation.

Sweet orange essential oil:
Uplifting and refreshing aroma to add a burst of citrus freshness. Sweet orange always brings a ray of sunshine indoors during the cold winter months and it is an amazingly versatile essential oil when it comes to blending.

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Migraine Awareness Week 6 – 12 September 2015.

Migraine Awareness Week 6 – 12 September 2015.

Peppermint oil - Rub a drop of peppermint oil into your temples as it can create a cooling sensation when it comes in contact with the skin. May calm nerves, clear your nasal passages and help to relax muscles of the head and neck if massaged into skin in an emulsifier.  Using essential oils you would need to use an emulsifier if applied to the skin. Base products like – lotion, moisturiser, carrier oil etc

Lavender oil –Put a drop of lavender oil on a tissue and place it onto your pillow at night. This can help help relieve insomnia, anxiety and stress which can all contribute to headaches/migraines.

Eucalyptus oil- Place a few drops of eucalyptus oil into a bowl of steaming water and inhale deeply. Like peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil can soothe, relax muscles and clear nasal passages.All of these essential oils can be used in either a hot or cold compress.

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Magnesium

WHAT CONDITIONS CAN BENEFIT FROM MAGNESIUM?

Magnesium is known to reduce muscle tension, lessen pain associated with migraine headaches, improve sleep, and address neurological disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Conditions linked to magnesium levels include:

Pain:

  • Headaches
  • Muscle Spasms and Muscle Cramps
  • Fibromyalgia

Mental Health and Sleep:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Autism and ADD
  • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)
  • Insomnia
  • Tics

Other Conditions:

  • Psoriasis, Acne and Eczema
  • Asthma
  • Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis

Magnesium works within our cells — the powerhouses, factories and regulators of the body’s systems.

It  is a necessary part of hundreds of biochemical reactions occurring constantly inside our cells, magnesium’s presence or absence affects the brain, the muscles, and the heart and blood vessels.

How massage can help defend our bodies from diseases

When you think about the ways to beat a cold or flu, your mind goes to  Vitamin C, hot soup, echinacea or getting a good nights sleep.  An even better response is massage. While many people know that the main benefits of massage are stress relief, improved circulation and relaxation, most are unaware that massage actually has a profound influence on your immune system.

If you feel you need a reason to get a massage then the  recent study conducted by researchers at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center indicates that massages are more than just relaxing and will have you booking twice as many!

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