Neom de-stress

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Neom de-stress

A grounding full-body treatment using Neom’s Scent-to-De-Stress™ range.

You're feeling

Stressed, tired, tense



Please note

You can only book one massage therapist to your home at a time for Covid-19 safety.



Stress-melting techniques to trigger your body’s relaxation response.

All-natural Neom Organics oil blends for nourished, super soft skin.

An optional guided meditation to help you unwind.


Our recommendation

Stress can be sneaky, showing up in your body in all sorts of unexpected ways. That’s why it’s important to make time to let your body properly recover.

We designed this treatment in collaboration with the wellbeing experts at Neom Organics to do just that. It combines acupressure, stretching and effleurage techniques with Neom’s Scent-to-De-Stress™ range to calm and nourish the systems of the body.

During your treatment

And breathe. Your Neom-trained expert is here to guide your busy mind and tired body to somewhere a lot calmer.

They’ll start by asking you a few questions to make sure their pressure and focus is just right, before setting the mood for relaxation with several spritzes of Neom’s Scent to De-Stress mist.

Next, an optional guided meditation and foot acupressure sequence flows into a full-body massage, working to relieve tension from your head, neck, back and legs with long, gentle strokes and plenty of light touches.

The treatment uses Neom’s Real Luxury Body Oil – a unique blend of 24 essential oils including lavender, jasmine and Brazilian rosewood.

Our top tip

Recreate the zen of this treatment whenever you need it with a spritz of Neom’s Real Luxury Home Mist, available in our in-app shop.


Probably not the treatment for you if:

You’re feeling unwell and/or you or anyone in your household needs to self-isolate or shield.

You’re pregnant; if you’re in your second or third trimester, try a specialist pregnancy massage instead.

You’re looking for a medical treatment to help with an anxiety disorder – your GP’s best for that.