What are the benefits of a Swedish massage?
The Urban Classic is our signature home massage treatment, inspired by all the best bits of a Swedish massage. It's ideal if you're not sure what you need from a massage as your mobile therapist will tailor the pressure and style to you.
Why we recommend Swedish massage
Unlike deep tissue massages, where the pressure builds up to target knots, this treatment uses light to medium pressure and slow, flowing strokes. Expect techniques to release muscle tension, boost blood flow and your overall sense of wellbeing.
What to expect from your Birmingham home massage
Your therapist will come to you with a mobile massage table and oils, you'll just need to provide some towels for the table.
They'll perform a full-body massage using a mix of classic massage techniques. Expect long, slow strokes and gentle-but-firm pulling and pressing to gently warm your muscle tissue. Let them know if you'd like stronger or lighter pressure and they'll tailor the massage to you.
At the end of your massage your therapist will share some aftercare advice.
The beauty of an outcall massage service is you don't need to travel to relax. Instead, stay comfy and book pre-vetted professionals to your door between 7am-11pm daily.
What areas of Birmingham do you cover?
You can find mobile massage therapists near you in central Birmingham, Coventry, Leamington Spa, Warwick, Solihull, Shirley, Redditch and more.
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FAQs about Swedish massage Birmingham
At Urban, we believe the best massage is one that comes to you! As the UK's largest on-demand massage app, we've delivered over one million treatments and counting. Loyal users love how convenient it is to book: in just 60 minutes a qualified local massage therapist can be with you.
Whether you're visiting Birmingham for work or live in the city centre, you can book a quality mobile massage between 7am-11pm daily.
The Urban classic is a full-body massage that uses medium pressure and can be used to relieve stress, knots, and back discomfort. Each Urban Classic treatment begins with a consultation to determine your needs, followed by a massage that targets your head, hands, and feet.
It's inspired by classic Swedish massage techniques but it's not completely the same.
The main distinction is pressure. While an Urban classic utilises less pressure and is therefore more relaxing for people who prefer their massages with a slightly lighter touch, deep tissue treatments use powerful pressure to release knots and tension.
No, as your therapist might not be qualified and insured for pregnancy massages. We recommend our specialist pregnancy massage instead, suitable from your second trimester.
Yes: don't book if you're ill with a cold, fever or flu, or have a contagious illness.
We always recommend checking in with your doctor if you have a health condition and you're unsure if a massage is suitable.
Your therapist has the right not to deliver the treatment if they think it might harm you or them.