Benefits of sleep massage
Prepares mind and body for a restful night
Blended essential oils to help you sleep
Gently releases tension
Settle down for a night of pure rest. This treatment soothes nervous minds and tired bodies, using light pressure and flowing strokes to help you unwind. Put on some relaxing music, dim the lights, and book just before bedtime.
During your treatment
In this relaxing treatment, 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 promote restful sleep.
Different people relax in different ways, and so your pro will make sure their pressure and motions are just right.
Questions before your treatment?
Download the Urban app to chat directly with your therapist after booking. You can ask them about the treatment, their Covid-19 safety measures or share parking info.
More info on sleep massage
Yes, the right kind of massage - one with slow, light pressure, can help prepare you for a restful night. By stimulating your parasympathetic nervous system, a sleep massage can help relieve the symptoms of stress and move your mind to a calmer, less anxious place.
That’s okay! Your therapist will gently wake you up to make sure you get the most out of your time with them. If you think falling asleep is likely - it might be worth trying a reflexology treatment, which you can enjoy in an armchair, or on your sofa.
No - this might happen with an oxygen-boosting massage like an energising treatment, but a sleep massage is designed to prepare your body and mind for a restful night, so it’s unlikely to perk you up.
To keep you and your therapist safe, it’s important to hold off on getting a massage if you’re unwell with a fever or flu-like symptoms, or if you have a contagious skin disease. Therapists have the right to cancel your treatment if they think it will harm you or them in any way.
If you have a health condition and you’re not sure about booking a massage, consult your GP for advice beforehand.