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Kirti Bhakta


London, London


Mobile: 07766 577304


About Us

Kit Bhakta fully qualified as a Massage Therapist in 2003 and has completed a course in Advanced Massage Techniques (specifically Myofascial Deep Tissue Release) She also holds an ITEC Dip in Indian Head Massage, Clinical Aromatherapy and Reflexology and practices Reiki – hands on healing. Kit is an ITEC Professional and a CThA Member.

Kit was a volunteer at the Royal Free Hospital massaging patients on the Haematology and Oncology units for three years. More recently, she has experienced the immense benefits to reduce stress by using techniques from Indian Head massage and Deep Tissue Release in the workplace through Seated Massage.

Seated massage is designed for the workplace, it is received through the clothes without the use of oil on an ergonomically designed chair that helps the body to relax. Seated Massage can improve mental alertness, relieve headaches and tense shoulders and neck which leaves you feeling relaxed and refreshed.

Indian Head Massage is an ideal treatment for the workplace. It incorporates a scalp, neck, shoulders, arm and hand massage which soothes and destresses.

FOR CORPORATE BOOKINGS:
please call/text - 07766 577 304
Email - kittywitty83@hotmail.com

For N8/local home visits Kit offers Massage, Seated Massage without oil, Indian Head Massage, Reflexology and Reiki. A combination of treatments can be arranged on request.

Treatments are designed to focus on your individual requirements. If you are unsure of the type of treatment that would suit you then do not hesitate to call for an informal chat.


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