FAQ

How long is a treatment?

First treatments normally last up to 70 minutes to allow time to complete relevant medical forms and discuss your medical history. Subsequent treatments last about 45 minutes.

Is massage available?

Yes, massage with or without oil is also available if needed.

What should I wear?

Amatsu is a fully clothed therapy. You should wear loose comfortable clothing (Jogging pants and T-shirt or similar). Please do not wear jeans or heavy or tight fitting clothing that restrict body movement. Please make sure you wear or bring a pair of clean socks as your feet are an import part of your treatment.

What should I do after a treatment?

After a treatment your body will need time to adjust and rectify itself. To get the best result from your treatment, try to avoid heading straight back into a busy and stressful schedule. Some will feel so refreshed and relaxed afterwards they need to sleep. You may experience some muscle soreness. This may change after each treatment and depend on the individual problem. Drink plenty of water after a treatment.

Is there a changing room?

There isn’t a changing room, however clients can change in the treatment room in privacy.

What does a treatment cost?

Amatsu treatment takes about 45mins – £40 Please note: price from 1st April 2018 – £45
Initial consultation session takes about 70mins – £55 Please note: price from 1st April 2018 – £60

Type of payments accepted?

Payment by cash and all major bank cards accepted.

Is there car parking?

Yes, free off-street parking in Cardiff, nearby pay and display parking in Abergavenny

Cancellation Policy

Appointments may be cancelled up to 48 hours before the scheduled appointment time without charge.
Cancellations within the 48 hours prior to the scheduled appointment will incur a 100% cancellation fee.

Disclaimer

Amatsu therapy should not be used to replace medical treatment without consultation with your GP.
If unsure, please consult your Amatsu Therapy Practitioner and your GP for advice. Often patients are on medicines they would like to stop taking. You must consult with your GP before withdrawing any medication and should not suddenly stop taking medication without ensuring that it is safe to do so.