Massage Brighton & Hove
Massage therapies in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex at The Float Spa come in many different styles & we’re open 7 days a week. Please see below for more information on the types of massages or if you know which you would like. One of our helpful Spa Associates at The Float Spa will be waiting for your booking.
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Massage Therapy Types
Whether you are suffering from aches and pains, an injury, or are simply looking to relax and unwind, our massage therapists are on hand to tailor the perfect treatment just for you. Please note only certain therapists are trained in select areas, also some treatments durations are different due to the nature of the massage.
Deep Tissue Massage
Indian Head Massage
What to Expect
Here’s what you can expect when you come for a massage at the Float Spa with one of our independent Therapists.
When you attend a massage appointment at The Float Spa, we offer you some cold water and then take you through to one of our treatment rooms. If it’s your first massage appointment, your massage therapist will sit with you and talk through what you would like to achieve from the session and if you have any issues that need addressing or conditions/injuries they need to be aware of. They will tell you what to expect in terms of how much pressure they’ll need to apply to get the result you’re looking for and will make you aware if the treatment is likely to be painful.
Once you have talked over everything, the therapist will leave the room so you can get undressed down to you underwear and then lie on the massage couch and cover yourself with a towel. You can put a blanket over yourself too if you feel cold but the rooms are generally kept nice and warm. When the therapist returns, they will knock on the door to ensure you’re ready for them and then begin the treatment.
Treatments vary hugely depending on which type of massage you have chosen and some use oils and some don’t. None of our massages use strongly scented oils except the aromatherapy one. Depending on the massage treatment you have chosen, some parts of the treatment may be quite intense and involve manipulation or pressure on certain part of the body which may be quite painful but you are welcome, at any time, to tell your massage therapist if it gets too much.
After the massage treatment, the therapist will leave you to get dressed and then show you into the relaxation area for some sorbet and tea. You may find you feel a little woozy afterwards so it is a good idea to sit for a bit until you feel more yourself again. It is advisable to drink plenty of water after the treatment and avoid exercise for the rest of the day. For some treatments, you may feel a little sore afterwards and even into the next day. This is nothing to worry about but do give us a call if you experience sharp or persistent pain.
Meet Our Massage Therapists
At The Float Spa in Hove, we have a carefully selected group of massage therapists each with their own unique techniques and experience.
Annemieke has studied and travelled the world over. Living in Asia for seven years in particular grew her awareness of eastern philosophy and natural healing methods. She trained in shiatsu & Ayurveda massage in India and also foot reflexology & …
Kat is a Jing Method™ advanced clinical massage therapist. Kat is qualified to treat a range of chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions including low back pain, neck pain, headaches whiplash, RSI fibromyalgia and many other ongoing injury or pain conditions As …
Lisa is a fully qualified advanced clinical remedial therapist and advanced reflexologist with more than 11 years experience. Her expertise is helping people with chronic or acute pain conditions, rehabilitation from injuries, and anyone requiring slow, deep and intuitive bodywork …
Marta is a Pregnancy and Clinical Massage Therapist with qualifications from Jing Institute in Brighton.Pregnancy Massage in Hove With keen interests in family, bodywork and sport, she has a passion for movement that shines through in her therapy. She always …
Rocio specialises in the treatment of pain, both sports injuries and chronic pain conditions (i.e. lower back pain, frozen shoulder, neck and upper back, knee pain…etc.). Rocio also specialises in the treatment of anxiety/depression and other complex autoimmune conditions (i.e. …
Massage Therapy FAQs
No, we generally ask people to strip down to their underwear to receive their massage treatment and then you can cover yourself with a towel and the therapist will uncover the various parts of your body they need to work on.
Depending on which sort of massage you choose, some parts of the treatment may be a little painful but don’t be afraid to let the therapist know if something is too intense.
If you are unsure which type of massage would best suit what you want to achieve or the ailment you would like to address, please feel free to speak to one of our team who are all highly trained in our various therapies and they can advise you on the most appropriate one for your needs.
Many pregnant people find massage very beneficial and we offer specialised pregnancy massage for this purpose.
You can talk as much or as little as you like during the treatment. Our therapists will gladly talk with you but generally remain quiet during the treatment to help you relax and only speak to let you know what is going on or to ask you to reposition yourself.
Our therapists treat every type of body and there is nothing they haven’t seen. They also cover you completely with a towel and only uncover the parts of the body they are working on before covering it back up again.
You are welcome to choose which ever of our massage therapists you like when you are booking your treatment.
Some massage treatments may leave you feeling a little sore afterwards but this should pass quickly.
It’s best to avoid exercise after a massage and drink plenty of water.