City Sports Massage | Harley St - Oxford Circus / Bond Street
Massage Therapist Schedule
|Mon||Nadia: 8:30 AM-12:30 PM|
Jon: 1:00 PM- 8:00 PM
|Tue||Jon12:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
|Thu||Nadia: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM|
Jon: 12:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Finding CSM Harley St - Oxford Circus / Bond Street
1 Harley St is a 5 minute walk from Oxford Circus or Bond St tubes. It is on the corner of Wigmore St and Harley St.
We are just behind Oxford Street's John Lewis, on the northern side of Cavendish Square. There is secure car parking underneath Cavendish Square and some parking meters in the area.
Please note the reception area of our Harley St location closes at 5:30pm. Please ring the bell on our Wigmore St entrance at the time of your appointment to gain entry.
Clinic location or schedule not convenient?
When it comes to sports massage in Harley Street this is what people are saying…
Can massage be life changing? The answer is, yes; when you are talking about a massage therapist like Jon Gee. I have been seeing Jon for a couple of years now, and I have found the sessions life enhancing unlike any other therapy. Jon does so much more than the usual massage therapists—who merely maul and pummel your muscles. Jon teaches you how to let go of long-held tension, both physical and mental, and shows you how the physical and mental realms are intimately connected.
For me the experience is one of finally learning how to relax, after years of being constantly tense and stuck in ‘fight or flight’ mode. The sessions with Jon have gradually changed my outlook on life, work and relationships, and I think my friends and family would tell you I am a far more relaxed and harmonious person to spend time with these days! I feel far more physically and emotionally aware of both myself and others, but this is coupled with a great sense of calm and a huge absence of all the ‘mental noise’ and physical stress that used to accompany me.
In short, if it works for you as it has for me, Jon’s physical and mental ‘mindfulness’ teaching can help you gain the space to become yourself. And to become calmer, happier, and healthier in the process. I’d recommend him to anyone suffering of physical or mental pain of any kind. Thank you Jon!
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