Prices & Booking

Reflexology

Feet or Hands£30
Concessionary Rate*£25

Indian Head Massage

Standard Treatment£25
Extended Treatment£40

* Concessions apply to students and over 60s.

Discounts are also available for block bookings: 6 sessions of the same treatment for the price of 5. For a mix of treatments, please contact me to discuss your preferences.

Sessions

A reflexology session usually lasts about an hour. A standard Indian head massage lasts for 45 minutes, with the extended version taking an hour and 15 minutes. The first session of each includes an initial consultation which adds approximately 15 minutes to the treatment time. For baby or child treatments that are shorter than an hour, a reduced rate will apply. Please contact me for further details.

Although I believe that having treatments in my dedicated room, away from your home, is the most beneficial, I do understand that there may be circumstances where this is not possible. Therefore if you would like me to visit you to give a treatment, please ring or email me to discuss the options.

If you have any questions about Gentle TouchTM Reflexology or Indian Head Massage, or would like to enquire about appointments, please contact me at The Secret Tree on 01487 841222 / 07711 513499. Alternatively, my email address is louisa@the-secret-tree.co.uk.

Please note that the full treatment cost will be incurred if a cancellation is made less than 24 hours prior to the arranged appointment.

Booking can also be arranged online, using the booking form below. Please fill in any parts of the form that are relevant to you.

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Confidentiality

The Secret Tree has a strict confidentiality policy where everyone's privacy is protected and respected at all times. Whatever is said within the treatment room will stay there. This holds true for everyone, whether they are family, friends, acquaintances or anyone else.


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