What could be dreamier than enjoying the ultimate relaxation with that someone special? Enter the couples massage! As the name suggests, this involves two people having a massage in the same room, at the same time, by two therapists. Time gets away from us at the best times, so when both of you are in need of destressing and spending quality time together, this is the perfect way to kill two birds with one stone. Of course, this doesn't need to be an exclusively romantic affair – best friends, sisters and mums also make great plus ones. The main draw is sharing the pampering experience with someone - and fear not, your modesty will be fully covered! It's also a great way to introduce a massage novice who is nervous about being rubbed down by a stranger. WHAT TO EXPECT? Upon arrival, you'll both be greeted by two massage therapists and taken to a private room with side-by-side massage tables. Here at natural-light we offer something called a couples journey for couples, This is an ultra-relaxing massage that will feeling like you are floating It's also a great way to introduce a massage novice who is nervous. If you both want to get different things out of it, that's fine too. During a couples session, both of you can receive treatments that address your specific needs as, so don't fear that you'll get a one-size-fits-all deal but we must know this well in advance as different therapists offer different styles of massage. GOOD TO KNOW As for couples massage etiquette,. Generally it is done in silence candles and oils burning so that you can find your inner peace and tranquillity peacefully drifting off to sleep. And if you're a couple in the throes of a whirlwind romance, you may even wish to hold hands. It's really up to you. It's probably best to sort out a plan of action before you get horizontal so we can set the room up for you. So, next time you book a massage, make it for two. Rumour has it the couple that spas together, stays together.
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