Ely & March, East Anglia

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"Sometimes, we all deserve a little pampering! "


Hot Stone Massage


Do you have muscle tension and want to relax? Hot Stone Massages by Evolution Beautique is an ideal solution whereby our highly trained therapists use smooth, heated stones as an extension of our own hands, as well as placing them on key parts of the body. The heat from the stones can be deeply relaxing and warm up tight muscles, enabling us to work to a much deeper level.















How Does Hot Stone Massage Differ From Other Types of Massage?


The hallmark of hot stone massage is the use of the heated stones.  Basalt river rocks are used because they have become smooth over time from the river's current and retain heat.


To prepare for the treatment, the therapist heats the stones in a professional massage stone heater until they are within a precise temperature range (typically between 110 and 130 degrees Fahrenheit). He or she places the stones on specific points on the back. While the points may vary depending on areas of muscle tension and the client's health history, they are generally placed along both sides of the spine, in the palms of the hand, on the legs, or between the toes.


While many therapists use anatomy to guide the placement of the stones, some massage therapists will also place stones on points thought to energetically balance the mind and body.


The use of hot stones for healing dates back to when Native Americans warmed stones by fire and applied them to skin to ease muscle aches and pains.


The Benefits of Hot Stone Massage...


Some people find the warmth of the hot stones to be comforting and deeply relaxing.


Hot stone massage is suited to people who tend to feel chilly. It's also suited for people who have muscle tension but prefer a lighter massage. The heat relaxes muscles, allowing the therapist to work the muscles using lighter pressure.


Although there's a lack of research on the benefits of hot stone massage, the therapy is often used for the same conditions as a classic massage:



   Back pain