Tranquillity Massage

Massage can balance a person’s mind body and soul. At tranquillity Massage we help to achieve this. Our goal is to assist in improving your health and well-being. We provide a relaxing massage at an affordable price in a calming environment.

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About us

Tranquillity Massage covers Kingston, Richmond and surrounding areas, offering daytime, evening and weekend appointments to suit you. Our mobile massage service is available on request.

Tranquillity Massage is owned and run by Marie McGovern who has had an interest in Holistic health and massage for many years. She studied with Inspire Massage based in Roehampton, South West London where she gained an ITEC Diploma in massage and Anatomy and Physiology. She has gone on to expand her knowledge by attending further courses so she can offer clients a variety of massage treatments. Marie also holds a First Aid Certificate, is fully insured and a member of the Complementary Therapists Association (CThA).

What is Massage?

Massage is a form of manipulation of the soft tissues of the body which has developed over thousands of years. From Ancient China to present day Europe it has been used for the promotion and restoration of health. Massage can be used for relaxation, stimulation or rehabilitation of the whole body or part of it. It promotes suppleness of the muscles, improves circulation of the blood and lymph. It also aids pain relief and reduces stress.

What are the benefits of Massage?

Massage is beneficial to the whole body and is a natural and effective way to treat physical and emotional conditions. The benefits of massage can:

  • relax the body, reducing tension and the effects of stress
  • relax the mind, reducing anxiety and its effects
  • improve circulation
  • improve skin tone and elasticity
  • improve respiratory problems
  • relieve muscle fatigue and soreness and relieves tired, stiff joints
  • speed up digestion and waste removal
  • boost the immune system
  • increase energy levels
  • improve sleep


In certain cases, massage is not recommended. If you suffer from any of the following or are currently on medication, please seek your GP's advice before starting massage therapy: Relax the body, reducing tension and the effects of stress.

  • pregnancy
  • contagious disease
  • cancer
  • epilepsy
  • certain infections
  • osteoporosis
  • deep vein thrombosis or phlebitis
  • recent operation
  • diabetes
  • undiagnosed pain
  • slipped disc

Please note that we are unable to treat anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs.