Arwa Relaxation Therapy (ART)

Arwa in action
Arwa in action

Story: Michelle Cook Photo: Richard Hanson

In February we featured local resident Arwa Havard’s theraputic massage groups. Arwa trained with Vicky Gaughan, at the Sheffield Centre for Massage Training and gained a UK diploma.

Now, in addition to running sessions in self massage and relaxation techniques at Whiteways School and other local venues, Arwa is offering private relaxing and therapeutic massage for women in new premises near Abbeyfield Park.

I interviewed Arwa about her new business, Arwa Relaxation Therapy (ART) and was very lucky to receive a massage – a lovely experience which I would recommend!

Others felt the same: “Today I walked up to Arwa’s house feeling weary and stressed with a stiff neck and aching back. Now my aches and pains have eased and I feel refreshed and invigorated.” Catherine Gaze

“Everytime I get a massage I come to life again”, Maram Al A Jame

“Arwa has amazing hands. I went for a full body massage, after she’d finished I felt like I was floating on air. Best stress buster!”, Shaima Nazer

Charges are £20 half hour, £40 full hour. She has a special offer of 10% off a full hour massage if you quote this article when you book! There is also a student discount available.

For more information or to book a session telephone Arwa on 07532 329 723.

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