Prices for Massage

60 Mins £50

90 Minutes £70

Prices for 1:1 Melt Method

60 Mins £50

Prices for Hypopressives

1:1  6 Hours of Training and Assessments £300

1:2  6 Hours of Training and 1 Hour of Assessments £400

 

Payment can be made by cash, card or cheque on the day (please make cheques payable to Emerease Natural Blends) or you can prepay via PayPal below.

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Out of respect of my time and that of others waiting to be seen missed appointments or cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will be charged at the full treatment price.

Gift Certificates

Gift certificates can be purchased in £10 denominations.

Gift Certificate Terms and Conditions

Purchasing, Sending and Receiving Gift Certificates

Gift certificates cannot be used to purchase gift certificates.

Gift certificates have no cash value.

Gift certificates are not valid until payment has been received

 

Redeeming gift certificates

Gift certificates can only be redeemed at Alison Emery Massage for the amount or treatment specified on the certificate.

Gift certificates must be used before the expiry date specified.Gift certificates are non refundable.

They cannot be redeemed for cash and cannot be returned for a cash refund.

Any unused balance of the gift certificate will remain until redeemed or the original expiration date indicated on the gift certificate, which ever comes first.If the purchase exceeds the amount on the gift certificate, the redeemer is responsible for paying the difference at time of purchase.

 

Cancellations and Expirations of Gift Certificates

Alison Emery Massage is not responsible for lost or stolen gift certificates. We will replace a lost gift certificate if it is before the expiration date provided it has not been redeemed. The replacement will be issued to the original purchaser or their intended recipient.

Gift certificates will be deactivated once redeemed or on the expiration date.

Alison Emery Massage reserves the right to dishonour a gift certificate if we believe that the redeemer is not the intended beneficiary of the purchaser.

Gift certificates are not redeemable after the expiration date indicated on the certificate.