A few nights spent with us by the coast can refresh the mind and recharge the batteries, but to make your stay with us at Magherabuoy House even more relaxing we have partnered with Waters’ Edge Wellbeing. Waters’ Edge Wellbeings’ Gerald and Katherine are trained and experienced Reflexology and Massage Therapy practicioners. We can arrange treatments for you in our on-site treatment studio or in your room, as you prefer.
Some sample treatments are listed below.
Reflexology has an ability to stimulate nerve functions that help your body increase your energy levels, circulation, central nervous system, prevent migraines, clear urinary infections, sleep disorders and depression.
Treatments from £35.
Swedish Full Body Massage
Swedish massage is one of the most commonly offered massage techniques. It’s sometimes called a classic massage. The technique aims to promote relaxation by releasing muscle tension.
Swedish massage is gentler than deep tissue massage and better suited for people interested in relaxation and tension relief.
Treatments from £40.
Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage
A popular pressure massage that focuses on the build-up of stress and muscle tension in all areas around the neck, shoulders and across the back. This massage encourages relaxation, relieves stress, improves circulation and relaxes muscles.
Treatment from £20.
Hand massage is a form of reflexology in which parts of the hands are rubbed with the fingers, knuckles and blunt or sharp objects, with the intent of stimulating nerve endings for various organs believed to be present in the hands.
Treatment from £10.
An Express or mini facial for those on the go.
Treatment from £15.
Tropic Natural Skincare
Water’s Edge use products from market-leader Tropic.
Tropic’s products are composed of naturally derived ingredients. Tropic’s products do not contain parabens, alcohol, gluten, synthetic preservatives, or sodium lauryl sulfate. All products are vegan and many contain essential oils such as bergamot oil, rosehip oil, in conjunction with aloe vera juice and shea butter which are also prevalent throughout the range.