Frequently Asked Questions

 What do I need to know before the massage?

There are different styles of Hawaiian bodywork and I personally work on an oil sheet, which means that I can also reach under your body and move you quite easily. For that reason, you will be naked and ideally we work without a sarong once the massage has started, as it gets in the way, soaks up the oil and clients have felt the readjustment of the sarong as a hindrance to deep relaxation.   


How should I prepare for the massage?

The massage has the capacity for transformation and healing, Treat it as a gift to yourself. I recommend showering before you come for your appointment and allowing enough time to drive over. Wear or bring casual clothes that can get a little oily. We will be removing excess oil but residues will still be nourishing your body.

I would also recommend allowing time after the treatment to integrate the work. Please don't book in another appointment straight after. You may like to bring something to write, to jot down any take aways after the session.


How much time do I need to allow?

I would encourage you to plan in sufficient time to get the most out of your session: Arrive 5 minutes early, turn off the radio, put the phone in 'flight' mode,  breathe, then come over to the Studio. - After you leave the Studio allow yourself the same transition time - breathe the fresh air outside, notice how you are feeling right now, sit quietly in the car for a moment, if you can leave the phone and radio off until you get home or to your next destination. Take some notes before heading off or plan in a stop on the Ashdown Forest. Alternatively, take a walk straight from the house.


Do you work with men?

Yes, I work with men who understand that the Lomi Lomi is not a sexual or sensual massage. I request a discovery zoom call with new male clients who are not coming through a direct referral. This can be booked here. Discovery Call.


What do you mean with Breathwork?

 The breath is a powerful tool of transformation. Inhaling the new-exhaling the old/the waste. This applies to oxygen/CO2 as much as to patterns of behaviour. The Hawaiians called the White Man, 'Ha ole' - the one without breath! Western people often breathe very shallowly and can find it difficult to 'make a sound'. We actively address this in the bodywork and use the breath as a tool to feel ( more).


How can I pay?

You can pay by Paypal, bank transfer before the appointment or in cash on the day. I do not accept cards.


How soon can I get an appointment?

I have a busy practice and can get booked up several weeks in advance. Please email me for the booking Calendar.


What is your cancellation policy?

I request cancellation at the latest 48 hours before the appointment, so that someone else can benefit from the session. Cancellations within 24 hours and No-shows will be charged at full price. New clients are required to pay at booking.


Do you offer Gift vouchers?

Gift vouchers are available for all massages. These will be sent as e-vouchers. All gift vouchers are valid for 12 months, after this time acceptance is discretionary and clients will be asked to pay for any difference between purchase price and current pricing.