Benefits of a de-stress massage
Designed to soothe stress and activate your body's relaxation response
Premium essential oil blends to calm mind and body
Relax for a more tranquil day or night
Why we recommend it
Stress is sneaky and can show up in your body in a variety of unexpected ways. That's why it's so important to take time to properly rest.
With light pressure and gliding strokes to help you relax, this massage is a gentle invitation to let go of stress and tension.
What to expect
Your therapist will use slow flowing motions across your whole body to release tension and calm your nervous system. They’ll work with carefully-chosen essential oils formulated to help you relax.
Feel free to set the tone for relaxation by playing your favourite music and lighting candles – it's your home spa.
De-stress massage London FAQs
With Urban, you can book a de-stress massage to your door - whether that's to your home, office or hotel. Here are some of the areas we cover..
London: Battersea, Brixton, Camden, Chelsea, Clapham, Ealing, Elephant and Castle, Fulham, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith, Islington, Kensington, Lambeth, Nine Elms, Notting Hill, Paddington, Putney, Tottenham, Tooting, Wimbledon, Southwark, Streatham Stockwell, Surrey, Walthamstow, Wandsworth, Westminster and more.
Surrey: Guildford, Farnborough, Woking, Reigate, Bastead, Tandridge
Essex: Thurrock and Chelmsford
Hertfordshire: Rickmansworth, Luton and Stevenage
Berkshire: Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead
Find a professional mobile massage therapist near you by entering your postcode here.
There are many benefits of a massage service that comes to you at home in London.
Firstly, it's super convenient. You can book massages directly to your home or hotel in just 60 minutes, delivered by qualified therapists. Avoid the Tube and build your home spa instead by choosing the music (or podcast!), lighting candles and staying comfy afterwards.
Yes, studies have shown that massage therapy can reduce stress and anxiety. But if your anxiety is brought on by a mental health condition, such as clinical depression, it's important to keep in mind that a massage isn't a replacement for medical care.
It has been demonstrated that a soothing massage reduces stress by activating the parasympathetic nervous system. It turns off your body's fight-or-flight response by lowering stress hormone levels like cortisol and adrenaline and elevating endorphin levels like serotonin and dopamine.
Postpone getting a massage if you're sick with the flu or other symptoms of the flu, or if you have a contagious skin condition.
Your therapist has the right to not treat you if they don't think it's in your best interest or theirs.
If you have a health condition and you’re not sure about booking a massage, consult your GP for advice beforehand.