De-Stress & Recover

At Repose, we offer a wide range of body transforming massages which allows for faster recovery from sports massages to muscle recovery massages - complete your Repose health and wellness journey here at our spa.


60 MIN | 90 MIN

Anti-Cellulite Massage

This well sought after treatment uses cupping, deep tissue and lymphatic drainage techniques to provide a results-driven therapy to combat cellulite, slim and reduce water retention. Results can be seen after just one session.

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60 min | 90 MIN

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Manual lymph drainage has become a popular form of massage due to its health benefits. This specialised approach focuses on the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system. This type of massage aims to help the body maintain proper blood circulation, body fluid balance, and immune functions.

Lymphatic drainage massage can be beneficial for people experiencing all kinds of symptoms, and has been used to ease the effects of conditions ranging from eczema to fibromyalgia. If you ever suffer from stress, fatigue, insomnia, swelling, digestive issues, migraines or arthritis, lymphatic drainage massage could help to ease your symptoms while encouraging the lymphatic system to work more effectively. 

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60 min


Cupping can help relieve inflammation, aches, pains and stimulate blood flow around the body.

Combined with Gua Sha, the use of a smooth edged instrument to help further stimulate the immune system and release further pains and knots within the body, you will come out feeling well worked and recovered.

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60 min

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage technique which uses deep pressure. Combining slow strokes and notable finger pressure, the purpose is to release the tension and tightness held deeply in your muscles and your connective tissues. 

A deep tissue massage will typically focus on your primary areas of discomfort. This will typically be the back, neck, shoulders, buttocks and legs. However, it is also used on the arms, for example in the case of tennis elbow, or the feet, such as with plantar fasciitis.

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