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Martin Kingston is a massage practitioner based in West London, near Chiswick, Ealing & Kew. He also works in Central London and can visit you at your home or workplace.
Prices to Suit Everyone
- A discounted, introductory offer to experience a massage with Martin
- Only applies at Martin’s studio in west London
- £45 in west London!
- Perfect if you want to make massage part of your project for health
- Paid by monthly Standing Order
Pre-PayPay for 5, get 1 FREE
- Works out at around £54 an hour, or just £50 an hour for 90 minutes
- Around £46 an hour in west London!
- £90 for 90 minutes
- £55 in west London!
- For last-minute pampering when you can’t plan ahead
Relax in the informal atmosphere of my home studio next to Gunnersbury Park. You are welcome to take a shower after.
Lionel Road North, Brentford, Greater London TW8 9QZ
At your Home or Workplace
By appointment, at your home, workplace or hotel for intensive mobile massage therapy on a couch.
Martin Kingston McCloghry
Martin has always enjoyed classic Swedish Massage therapy for relaxation and wellbeing. He is enthusiastic about discovering new ways to massage for relaxation, and offers a variety of approaches to make sure you get the session that is just right for you at this time.
He discovered the benefits of Sports Massage, which many athletes and non-athletes alike use to cope with soft-tissue injuries, whether stress-related or not. Whether he incorporates Deep Tissue Massage and other robust interventions is entirely at your discretion, though as a Soft Tissue Therapist he recommends caution with their use. He thinks massage does not need to be painful to be effective!
Martin uses his anglo name for business, rather than the gaelic name – on the principle that if his patients can’t spell his name they won’t remember it! His surname, McCloghry is derived from “Clough Righ” Stone of Kings or King Stone (the keystone of an arch), so Martin Kingston is the trade name.
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