Massage Gift Voucher London

Buy a Massage Gift Voucher for any of our London shops

Treat yourself, a friend, or a loved one with a fabulous massage gift voucher.

Bring your massage gift voucher to any of our London branches & you will receive an amazing massage by one of our fully qualified professional massage therapists, using our unique and powerfully effective shiatsu chair massage routine.

Massage Gift Vouchers in London

Walk in backrub massage gift vouchers make great gifts for friends, colleagues and loved ones and is the perfect way to spoil them.

or treat them to a full body shiatsu massage gift voucher, this is a perfect present or show of appreciation for any occasion.

Our Shiatsu-style chair massage is one of the most relaxing treatments available in London and you don’t need to book an appointment.

Our London Massage Gift Vouchers are also very popular with businesses as employee incentives and “Thank you’s” to staff. Your employees can relax and stay refreshed with our massage for office workers.

Benefits of giving a massage gift voucher

Shiatsu Chair Massage is great for physical health as well as inducing relaxation. It helps to relieve stress and tension in the muscles from everyday use.

  • Relieves muscle tension, aches, pains, stiff joints, and helps relax tight muscles
  • Relieving feelings of stress, tension and anxiety
  • Increases blood circulation and aids exfoliation process
  • Stimulates the lymphatic system to aid the removal of toxins from the body
  • Increases mental focus and productivity
  • Softens and moisturises your skin and improves the quality of your skin
  • Relieve fatigue and increase energy levels
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Helps improve general health and induces a feeling of calm and well-being

Buy a friend or your loved one a massage gift voucher and let them enjoy our special Japanese style chair massage.

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London Massage gift vouchers

“Walk-in Backrub provides thousands of backrubs a week to stressed out Londoners.”