Tsuboki Hand Massage


We use our hand and forehands constantly, they are probably the busiest parts of our body and we tend to take them for granted. It is only when they let us down with arthritis, loss of grip or dexterity and pain that we realise how important they are to us.  Receiving a hand massage can provide you with significant health benefits such as improved finger and wrist range of motion and enhanced circulation. 


It can also assist with conditions such as arthritis.  Studies have shown that if you suffer from arthritis in your hand then regular hand and wrist massage can reduce your pain and improve your grip strength. But those without arthritis can also benefit from the pain-reducing effects of hand massage too. If you use your hands for repetitive tasks, such as typing, and you regularly experience pain or cramping, a hand massage can help.


Did you know that having a hand massage you will receive similar benefits to having reflexology? This is because all the organs are not only linked to nerves in your feet but also to the hands so when you have a hand massage you are giving the whole body an MOT.  There are also 6 meridians and 49 acupressure points on the hand and lower arm, and by working these it can have a profound effect on the body and on the mind/emotions.  All the organs of the body are then able to release harmful toxins to help the body avoid many illnesses.




·      Relieves muscle tension and stiffness in hands and forearms.


·      Improves circulation to hands and forearms thereby oxygenating the blood and encouraging the presence of fresh, healing red blood cells.


·      Increased mobilisation of joints.


·      It has all the associated benefits of working the meridians that run through the hands (especially calming and detoxing). 


·      Regular monthly hand massage produces long-term results.


·      Releases tension throughout the whole body.


The treatment will last around 30 or 60 minutes whichever you prefer and the hour treatment includes 10 minutes of Reiki.  You will be lying on a treatment bed or seated on a chair if more comfortable.  You will be fully clothed but need to make sure you wear short sleeves, as the forearm will be massaged, also all jewellery needs to be removed from hands and wrists.  You need to avoid eating a heavy meal before the treatment.