Mobile massage in London
And relax. With Urban, you can book mobile massage London between 7am-11pm, 7 days a week.
Whether you're in need of a deep tissue massage or relaxing massage therapy, a mobile massage therapist can be with you in just 60 minutes.
Popular London massage services near you
How it works
How it works
Choose a massage
Find the best massage for you from 15+ options, including deep tissue, relaxing massage and more.
Select your therapist
Browse the bios of professional massage therapists near you in London and the South East.
Relax, they'll do the rest
They'll bring everything with them for a professional massage in the comfort of your own home or hotel.
Easy to use
Book a professional massage therapist to your home, office or hotel.
We check each therapist's paperwork and skills to deliver a great service.
Your massage therapist keeps around 70%+ of the fee and 100% of tips, even when you get a discount
Find a mobile massage therapist near you
We partner with London's best massage therapists. Find therapists qualified in sports massage, deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, relaxing massages and more. They adapt each treatment with massage techniques tailored to your needs.
Areas near you where you can book a massage
Aldgate Angel Archway Barbican Barnsbury Bayswater Belgravia Belsize Park Bermondsey Brixton Camberwell Camden Canonbury Chelsea Clapham Clerkenwell Covent Garden Dulwich Earls Court East Dulwich Elephant And Castle Finsbury Park Hampstead Herne Hill Highbury Highgate Holland Park Islington Kennington Kensington Kentish Town Kilburn Knightsbridge Lambeth Maida Vale Marylebone Mayfair Notting Hill Paddington Peckham Pimlico Primrose Hill Rotherhithe Soho South Kensington Southwark St. John's Wood Stockwell Streatham Surrey Quays Swiss Cottage Tufnell Park Vauxhall West Norwood Westminster
Abbey Wood Barking Barkingside Beckton Belvedere Bethnal Green Bexley Bexleyheath Blackfen Blackheath Blendon Bow Brockley Canary Wharf Catford Chadwell Heath Charlton Chingford Colyers Dagenham Dalston Deptford East Ham Eltham Erith Foots Cray Forest Gate Forest Hill Greenwich Hackney Harold Wood Highams Park Hither Green Hornchurch Ilford Isle Of Dogs Lamorbey Lewisham Leyton Leytonstone Limehouse Longlands Mile End New Cross Newham North Cray Northumberland Heath Plumstead Poplar Rainham Redbridge Romford Shoreditch Sidcup Slade Green Southend Stoke Newington Stratford Thamesmead Tower Hamlets Upminster Walthamstow Wanstead Wapping Welling Whitechapel Woodford Woolwich
Barnet Barnet Gate Bounds Green Brent Cross Bulls Cross Bullsmoor Bush Hill Park Capel Manor College Clay Hill Cockfosters Colindale Cricklewood Crouch End Edgware Edmonton Enfield Forty Hill Freezywater Golders Green Gordon Hill Haringey Hendon Hornsey Mill Hill Monken Hadley Muswell Hill Palmers Green Southbury Tottenham Whetstone Winchmore Hill Wood Green
Acton Barnes Brent Brentford Brompton Chiswick Ealing East Sheen Eastcote Feltham Fulham Greenford Hammersmith Hampton Hanwell Harrow Hillingdon Hounslow Ickenham Isleworth Kensal Rise Kew Kingsbury Mortlake Northwood Pinner Preston Richmond Ruislip Stanmore Sudbury Teddington Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley West Drayton West Kensington Whitton Willesden
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire
Baldock Bedford Bishop's Broxbourne Buntingford Bushey Buzzard Cheshunt Chorleywood Dunstable Garden City Harpenden Hatfield Hemel Hempstead Hertford Hitchin Hoddesdon Kimpton Knebworth Leighton Letchworth Luton Potters Bar Rickmansworth Royston St Albans Stevenage Stortford Ware Watford Welwyn Wheathampstead
Ascot Bracknell Forest Camberley Chobham Cippenham Coinbrook Crowthorne Finchampstead Frimley Langley Lighwater Maidenhead Newbury Sandhurst Slough Sunningdale Sunnymeads Windsor Wokingham Wraysbury Yateley
Kent and West Sussex
Whether you've recently moved to the UK's capital or you're visiting as a tourist, you won't run out of things to do in London. This bustling, fast-paced city in the South-East of England is home to renowned historical sites, iconic fashion, and a diverse mix of people and cultures, where more than 300 languages are spoken.
Soak up art and design history at the V&A
Located in London's de facto museum district, South Kensington, the V&A is a thriving hub for decorative art, design, fashion, and textiles. A day could easily be spent wandering around the 2.3 million artefacts that make up the permanent collection.
Learn about the London Underground
Tucked away in the corner of Covent Garden is the tardis-like London Transport Museum. And like a tardis, you'll travel through time to uncover London's unique transport history. From the first Routemaster buses to modern-day marvels like the DLR and the newly opened Elizabeth Line.
Take a walking tour around Westminster
A self-guided walking tour is a great way to tick off some of London's best known landmarks. Start at Westminster Underground and you'll immediately see the Elizabeth Tower, known as Big Ben, and the Houses of Paliament. Journey on past the Cabinet War Rooms, the Cenotaph, and Downing Street and finish up at Horse Guards. Arrive for 10am daily (11am on Sundays) to witness the Changing of the Guard.
Enjoy a taste of luxury with brunch in Chelsea
This upmarket area of London is home to the Chelsea football club, several upscale eateries, and (of course) TV show Made in Chelsea. You're spoilt for choice when it comes to Instagram-worthy brunch options, from Bluebird to Granger & Co, The Locals Chelsea and Vardo.
Take in the skyline from The Shard
The Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom and Western Europe, standing at 72 floors and 1,016 ft. It's safe to say the 360-degree views from the top are good (on a clear day!). The London Eye is a great alternative to view landmarks like St Paul's Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and The Tate Modern.
What others are saying
I had an amazing sports massage with Noel. Noel was punctual, professional and courteous. I've had many many sports massages over the years and Noel is one of the better therapists, responding to my requests to concentrate on certain areas but also finding spots that I hadn't realised were tight. Definitely booking back in.
Soulsearcher, 4th July 2022
Relax at home. A great deep tissue massage again. Such an easy app to use and all the therapists are friendly, polite, skilled, and follow good hygiene practices. Always my go to for a relaxing experience. No travel required.
Claire, 1st Aug 2022
I starting using Urban shortly after they moved into my area, so have had multiple treatments over 6 or so years, with many different therapists. Over that time, I can't remember one that I didn't enjoy, or end up feeling considerably better afterwards. There is a great range of treatments, the therapists are excellent, very professional, with a great touch.
Terry S, 21st Apr 2021
A beautiful experience. I had a lymphatic massage with Kathleen 10 days after my surgery. Kathleen was wonderful, very knowledgable, very delicate. I could feel a significant improvement at the end of the session.I recommend Kathleen to anybody who needs to have a lymphatic massage she is brilliant.
Customer, 3rd Oct 2022
Superb deep tissue massage. Two weeks ago I had a really excellent deep tissue massage with Urban's masseuse Julia M. She had extensive knowledge, and knew exactly how to ease my aches. Best deep tissue massage I've had by a long way. And it is so convenient that it is done in one's own home - I could fall into bed and enjoy a relaxed snooze afterwards!
Susie Burrows, 1st July 2021
The masseur was professional, very knowledgeable and knew exactly how to release the very tight and painful areas in shoulders and back. Was aware of how to work around injuries. Overall it was a wonderful massage and helpful with pain and tightness. I highly recommended Urban. Plus what’s not to enjoy with a massage at home
Caroline S, 9th Feb, 2022
Mobile massage London FAQs
Urban mobile massages, which include sports massages and deep tissue massages, start at £69 in London and the South East.
Starting at £79, specialised services include muscle therapy with TheragunTM, injury/pain management massages, and CBD massage with Gaia Guru.
It's completely up to you! When you book with Urban, you'll have the option to leave a tip through the app after your booking. 100% of what you give will go directly to your therapist.
Typically, Urban bookers tip their mobile massage therapist 10% of the treatment fee.
Here’s how a typical Urban home treatment goes, step by step:
1. Your mobile therapist shows up prepared
In addition to any necessary PPE, they will bring a massage table, massage oils, wax, and/or balms for osteopathy, physiotherapy, and massage treatments.
They will bring salon-quality cosmetics and tools for beauty treatments, including UV lamps for gel manicures, massage tables, and basins for facials and pedicures.
2. Relax while they prepare
Your living area will be transformed into a home spa or clinic in a matter of minutes. You're welcome to relax in another space or chat with them while they set up. Your therapist will require access to warm running water for facials and luxurious pedicures.
3. Be taken through a brief consultation
Your therapist will ask you a few questions about the treatment, including any health issues.
4. Get changed in private
Your therapist will leave the room while you undress. You must always wear underwear on your lower half, but you can remove your bra if that's comfier. When you're ready, cover yourself with a towel and lay face-down on the massage table (or wait if you need help).
5. Enjoy your treatment
Your therapist will check the pressure in the beginning, but if it isn't, let them know at any moment.
6. Get aftercare suggestions and rebook any time
Your therapist will give you some time in private to get dressed after therapy is finished before you leave. They'll provide recommendations for aftercare, but you can also use the Urban app to message them with any queries following your treatment.
Questions about your home beauty, osteopathy or physiotherapy treatment? Find more FAQs here.
What pressure you prefer, what treatment benefits you're looking for, and how you want to feel afterwards will all affect which massage is best for you.
Deep tissue, sports, and the Swedish-inspired Urban classic are three of our most popular massages.
Space for the massage table
You'll need a floor area of roughly 2x2 metres. Roll out a yoga mat to see if you have enough room for a massage at home; if you can comfortably walk around it, you should be good to go.
Two large towels and a small hand towel are needed for the massage table and headrest.
Optional: candles and spa music
Setting the mood is one of the advantages of a massage at home. Choose the music you want to hear, whether it's soothing spa music or something upbeat, and then enjoy using candles to create your own personal spa.
Booked a beauty, osteopathy or physiotherapy treatment? Learn what you need to provide here.
Urban is the top massage delivery app in the UK, with a treatment rating of 4.9/5 on average. We've given more than a million treatments across London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Paris since 2014.
But don’t just take our word for it, check out our Trustpilot reviews to read what others thought.
Mobile massage therapists who partner with Urban take home at least 70% of every treatment fee, and 100% of tips - even when you get a discount.
Depending on the treatments they offer, that means they can earn between £47-£61 an hour plus tips.