At-Home Massage Treatments near Canary Wharf
Looking for high-quality mobile massage treatments near Canary Wharf? We’ve got you covered with 27 trained and vetted therapists operating nearby. Instantly book your first LeSalon experience today.
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How it works
Design your perfect treatment. We work with highly trained and vetted professionals to ensure that you are in the best hands.
Tell us when and where you want it. We’ll forward your request to our expert Salonettes and take care of the matching.
Sit back and enjoy your LeSalon experience. Your Salonette will arrive promptly and perform your treatment to perfection.
Why choose LeSalon’s expert mobile beauty therapists?
Our professional and experienced mobile beauty therapists are all trained to the highest standard and will always deliver that 5* salon-experience that we all want and deserve. Not only do we only recruit the best of the best, but we also ensure that they are Covid-19 hygiene-trained, to allow them to deliver your at-home massage in the safest & most effective way.
Why massage therapy is the ultimate relaxation technique
Whether you’re stuck on your feet all day; crouched at the desk for long periods of time, or regularly experience sports injuries, massages are the best way to relieve your body of any stress and tension, and help you relax.
At LeSalon, we offer two of the most popular massage services, Swedish and Deep Tissue, as well as hand and foot massages as an add-on.
When we think of massage, Swedish is often the one that springs to mind. It’s a traditional go-to massage for many of us, and for good reason. It’s a whole body experience that focuses on your tension areas and knots in the body which are often caused by stress or poor posture.
The pressure of your massage also completely depends on your personal preference. If you want a more relaxing massage, it might be best to opt for a slightly softer pressure; however, if you want to treat pain and knots, you can ask your masseuse to use a harder pressure.
The most common techniques with a Swedish massage that you will experience include; kneading, circular motions, vibrations and rubbing. These techniques will help improve your circulation and blood flow throughout your body, while also helping you get into a deep state of relaxation.
Deep Tissue Massage
As opposed to a Swedish massage, a Deep Tissue massage involves going deeper into the layers of your muscle and connective tissue. It’s often used for sports injuries and to treat specific muscle pain. While your mobile massage therapist will use similar techniques to a Swedish massage, e.g. kneading, rubbing and circular movements, they will do this using a deeper pressure.
These techniques will help in rehabilitating injured muscles, reducing chronic pain, increasing your range of movement and improving blood pressure. Although it’s not necessarily the most relaxing massage, it’s most ideal for those experiencing pain from sports-related injuries or postural problems.
A hand massage may feel like a smaller task, but it reaps the benefits. Not only does a hand massage do wonders for general anxiety and de-stressing, but it can also play a role in reducing the pain that accompanies conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy and arthritis.
The techniques involved in a hand massage include stroking, pinching and circular movements. Gentle pressure is applied as it is a more delicate area. Like all massage types, hand massages can help to boost circulation and increase blood flow around your body. Your hands are a fundamental part of your body and yet are easy to cramp or stiffen up, so sufficient circulation is important.
We are on our feet all day, so some extra TLC will never go amiss. Commuting and exercise can begin to take their toll on our feet after a while, causing stress on the ball and heel of our foot.
Whilst a foot massage can greatly impact our posture and balance, there are many other parts of the body that can benefit from it.
Foot massages borrow techniques from practices such as reflexology and shiatsu. They believe that by applying pressure to certain parts of the foot, you can release energy in the rest of the body. For example, the toes can be linked to the throat, brain, eyes and sinuses. By looking after our feet, we can look after our entire body and alignment.
Massages therapists near Canary Wharf
Catalina has 12 years experience in the beauty industry. Originally from Ecuador South America, she speaks Spanish and English. Her main focus is giving the clients the best treatments possible. She is very friendly and always happy to meet new people.
Before LeSalon, Christine was managing a highly regarded nail salon. Her skills are impressive and the finish is always flawless.
Chante has been a nail technician for 6 years now and specialises in nude polishes and designs. She has a great attention to detail whilst doing nail art and loves to keep up to date with new trends.
Things to do
Known as a thriving urban hub, Canary Wharf is a business district located on the Isle of Dogs. Canary Wharf is primarily known in the business world, and is a less conventional area of London to go for a day out. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Not only does it lend itself to the infamous London skyline, but there are plenty of great pubs, museums and, of course, beauty!
Visit the Museum of London Docklands
Based in West India Quay, the Museum of London Docklands is home to permanent collections that explore London’s history. From educational exhibitions on slavery and the Triangle Trade to exploring the narrow streets of London’s Sailortown, there is plenty to learn about and more. If you’re interested in the world-famous River Thames, then this is the museum for you.
Both museums are free of charge and easily accessible via public transport. We recommend visiting the Museum of London Docklands; it’s a great place to take your children for a day of learning.
Take a tour around the Meantime Brewery
London has brewed beer for hundreds of years and we are not slowing down anytime soon. If you find yourself in the Canary Wharf area, bond with like-minded people over tours and tutored tastings.
If that isn’t exciting enough, you can also head on over down to the brewery for a ‘pie and pint night’. Much like a gift shop to a child, the brewery shop is waiting at the end of the tour for you to pick up some cheeky treats.
Stroll along the Crossrail Place Roof Gardens
If the central district area is too urban for your taste, head on up to the Crossrail Place Roof Garden and immerse yourself straight back into nature. The rooftop gardens sit directly on the Meridian line, and feature plants from all over the world.
Better yet, the Crossrail Place Roof Gardens is not only home to the large collection of plants, but also to a gorgeous amphitheatre. This is a great opportunity to go see some great shows, and take in the mesmerising scenery.
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Frequently asked questions
It’s super easy! All you need to do is head on over to our website or download our app and tell us when and where you want your at-home massage treatment. Once that’s done, leave the rest to us and we’ll find the therapist that’s best suited to you.
Yes, all our mobile massage therapists will carry with them a treatment table.
It’s completely up to you! Our massages are oil-based, so we recommend undressing to your underwear for your treatments, or into whatever you feel most comfortable in. A towel will be placed over you during the massage.
Yes! Massage is often personal experience and each therapist has their own individual style, so it’s understandable if you prefer having your regular therapist. You’ll be able to search for a therapist on our app and website.
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