Complementary Therapies




ON OFFER: Reiki, Reflexology and Hand & Arm massage

COST: £25

CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10am, 11.30am and 1pm

(We will look at expanding to Monday and Thursdays in the near future).

The treatment Room will be deep cleaned between appointments. Therapists will wear protective equipment and we ask that you please wear a mask. If you don’t have one, it will be provided.


  1. If booking in advance and not an on-the-spot appointment we require full payment on booking – £25 to be taken by card over the phone or in person.
  2. Refunds will be issued only when 24-hours’ notice of cancellation is made and you need to be present. Alternatively, we can issue you with a Massage Voucher.
  3. You can change the date and time of your appointment by giving over 24 hours-notice


Full Massage treatment: £25 for 1 hour *Special Charitable Rate available to all women

Hopi Ear Candles, Ayurvedic, and Hot Stones treatments: £30 


Therapies are USUALLY available:

  • Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10am – 5pm
  • Wednesday: 10am – 3pm 

Full treatments include an initial consultation with your qualified therapist.

Please contact us to check availability.

The following complementary therapies are available at WHISC’s Bold Street premises:

  • Aromatherapy

    Aromatherapy combines massage with pure essential oils, which are specifically blended to suit individual needs. They can ease stress, relieve muscle tension, and stimulate circulation and lymphatic drainage. Regular treatments can benefit people with a wide range of complaints, help calm the mind, relax the body and boost energy levels.

  • Thai

    Thai massage is performed fully clothed and uses stretching, pulling and rocking techniques to relieve tension and enhance flexibility and range of motion. The therapist uses their hands, knees, legs and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches and applies deep muscle compression, joint mobilisation and acupressure. Thai massage also uses energy work to correct blockages, deficiencies and imbalances in the flow of energy around the body to improve the client’s health.

  • Reiki

    Reiki is a very popular form of ‘Hands on Healing.’ Energy is said to be transferred to the client via the practitioner by placing hands on or above the head and body in various positions, aiding deep relaxation, helping many physical/emotional problems, and promoting wellbeing.

  • Swedish 

    Swedish massage is a gentle, relaxing and rewarding treatment that stimulates the circulation system and eases tension.

  • Sports & Remedial 

    Sports massage involves the manipulation of soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments and tendons to restore and/or achieve optimum muscle function. It can help to prevent injury or to promote recovery from injury by improving muscle tone, flexibility and range of movement.

  • Indian Head Massage

    Working on the back, neck, shoulders, arms, scalp and face; helping to relieve tension, stiffness, headaches, eyestrain; improving circulation and promoting a feeling of wellbeing. The use of oil is optional and it may be carried out fully clothed.

  • Reflexology

    Nerve endings terminating on the feet have a reflex relationship with every organ, tissue and structure in the body. Applied pressure to specific reflex points brings about a homeostatic, balancing, effect. Helpful for stress, tension, anxiety, migraine, digestive issues and fertility issues.

  • Hot Stones (*£30)

    Hot Stone massage combines massage with the use of smooth, heated, basalt stones. It provides a deep therapeutic treatment, which is effective in promoting relaxation. This is beneficial for arthritic conditions, tensions or pain, in addition to balancing the nervous system.

  • Hopi Ear Candles (*£30)

    Hopi Ear Candles create a light suction action (called the chimney effect) which generates a massage effect on the ear canal and drum. It gives a pleasant feeling of warmth and a balance of pressure in the ears, forehead and sinuses. This may help ease tinnitus, Meniere’s disease, sinus congestion and tension headaches.

  • Ayurvedic Massage

    (*Booked directly with therapist, call us for details)

    Ayurvedic massage is a holistic health practice that focuses on creating peace and harmony in the body by aligning different energy channels called ‘chakras.’ Your current lifestyle and mood will be discussed to tailor this treatment specifically to you and any physical problem areas will be accounted for. An ayurvedic massage is a process that will address the body and soul physically, emotionally and spiritually and is ideal for those with chronic pain, high stress levels, poor circulation or insomnia. Essential oils are also used during this type of massage. 


To get the most out of your treatment you are advised to:

  • Avoid stimulants such as tea, coffee and alcohol for the next 24 hours. These can dehydrate you.
  • Have as much rest and relaxation as possible so your body has the maximum benefit.
  • Drink plenty of water to help the body flush out toxins.
  • Following an Aromatherapy treatment, avoid hot baths, saunas, steam rooms and sun beds.
  • Shampoo hair before adding water.

After your treatment, you may experience mild flu-like symptoms. This is not unusual and is your body’s natural way of releasing toxins. These symptoms can last around 24-48 hours.

We advise you to have regular treatments to ensure that the feeling of wellbeing is maintained.


Get In Touch. Get Involved.


120 Bold Street Liverpool L1 4JA

Call Us: 0151 707 1826

WHISC providing services for women.

As well as offering outdoor classes, Zoom rooms, online services and support over the phone, we are pleased to be able to announce the gradual reopening of services from the centre in Bold Street, Liverpool.

Please check our What’s On Calendar on the website and call us to find out more.

In our effort to keep everyone safe, we are following strict Covid-19 restrictions & because of this we are working a little differently. Please call if you would like to make an appointment.

Please check our website and other social media for up-to-date information or give us a call.

Centre number is 0151 707 1826

WHISC services are staffed 10am – 4pm Monday through to Thursday.

Stay safe & see you soon x