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Rob Waterson - Traditional Swedish Massage, Bath

Bath & NE Somerset

‘19 Certificate of Excellence

MASSAGE RESUMING FROM 5th SEPTEMBER. ALL SERVICES SUBJECT TO CURRENT COVID-19 GUIDANCE. 'The best massage you've never had in your life' A bold statement...? Well, perhaps....perhaps not. You've tried the rest...now do yourself a favour...then judge for yourself. I qualified in the early to mid ‘90s and have been massaging on and off since. Trained in both classic Swedish Massage and Aromatherapy. Trends come and go, but still the current 'in vogue' styles stem from the Swedish technique which in turn has evolved from techniques dating back millennia from the ancient civilisations. I endeavour to exchange regularly with fellow therapists to maintain and develop my skill sets. My style can be either relaxing or invigorating, deep or not-so-deep, structured or free-form. I blend various traditional moves such as effleurage, petrissage, tapotement, along with some Lomi Lomi and Thai type techniques that I've picked up as I've gone along thrown in for good measure. I have been told on several occasions my hands give off a particularly concentrated heat, which is fascinating. I don't necessarily notice this myself, but that's generally the feedback I receive. Also, I’ve been informed my massage is world class... which is a lovely compliment. My core training is in Swedish Massage yes, but with my style being an eclectic blend of all sorts no two massages are identical, which I think is nice. I have an informal parred down, basic no frills, no starched uniform (more like Tee Shirt and joggers), no pseudoscience BS approach. I’m not a salon, just me, table or chair, warmed towels and oils and a bloody good massage....and I make a great cuppa. I'm Bath based but I also offer a mobile service, either in your home, hotel, B&B or office. I offer a choice of: Massage table or massage chair; Base oils are coconut, grape seed or soya bean & wheatgerm; A varied selection of Essential Oils. Alternatively I can offer a water-based aloe vera body lotion. I cover a 50 mile / 1.5 hr's drive from my location. Why book a mobile massage? You're at home and in your own space. You won't have the hassle of driving, parking, walking to and from the salon, driving home...undoing a great chunk of the work you went to have done in the first place. Further details upon request, please feel free to ask any questions or discuss your requirements. Just a few more things, kind of throwing it out there... 1 - Please don't ask me to contact you if you have no intention of responding. It wastes my time and I appreciate the mutual respect and common courtesy of a reply. 2 - I DO NOT OFFER SPORTS MASSAGE. Book a Sports Physio. 3 - What I DO offer is, hopefully, the best massage I can do, tailored just for you. x

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What do you love most about your job?

Meeting people and helping them feel good about themselves.
No two massages are the same, and clients who book me regularly appreciate my blend of a structured routine blended with intuition.
I've worked on a customer with fybromyalgia for example, who returns on a fairly regular basis.
It's also nice to hear people's stories, what makes them tick as human beings.

What inspired you to start your own business?

To be more in charge of my own destiny. Being polymathic, massage is another string to an eclectic bow.
I'm a tactile person and I love massage.

Why should our clients choose you?

Why book a mobile massage? You're at home and in your own space. You won't have the hassle of driving, parking, walking to and from the salon, driving home...undoing a great chunk of the work you went to have done in the first place.

I'm reliably informed I'm extremely good, very experienced, approachable, personable and will tailor to best suit your requirements.
As a professional point of note it does costs Bark Credits to respond to requests, and your replies are always appreciated and welcome...even if it's a polite decline I do appreciate the courtesy.

Don't be shy....give me a try. X

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Which types of massage would you consider?

I would like to discuss this with the therapist

How long do you want your session to be?

60 minutes

Do you have a gender preference for the therapist?

Female

How frequently will you need a massage?

Weekly

Which types of massage would you consider?

Full body (back, neck, shoulders, legs)

How long do you want your session to be?

60 minutes

Do you have a gender preference for the therapist?

Female

How frequently will you need a massage?

Just this one time

Which types of massage would you consider?

Full body (back, neck, shoulders, legs)

How long do you want your session to be?

30 minutes

Do you have a gender preference for the therapist?

Female

How frequently will you need a massage?

Just this one time

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