Unwind with a luxurious festival pampering…

Tucked away in a peaceful corner of the site you’ll discover the Woodland Spa, which has been carefully designed to help you relax into the festival and discover ways to improve your health and well-being. We have a great team of fully qualified and highly professional local therapists, all with years of experience, offering a wide range of spa treatments including massages, reflexology and aromatherapy for a full festival pampering.

You van now also book sessions in our beautiful wood fired hot tub and sauna. For more details click here.

How to book

All spa treatments are available at £50 for a 60 minute treatment and must be pre-booked and paid for online. To book a session, first browse the range of treatments available below, then select one or more sessions from the available treatments. Once you have selected your treatment(s), click “Order Now” and you will then be able to select you preferred time slot from those remaining on the next page of the booking. If you have any other questions, please drop our spa manager, Anna, an email at [email protected]


Aromatherapy massage is a deeply relaxing style of massage which combines various massage techniques with the use of carefully selected essential oils. These fragrant oils have unique healing properties which help to strengthen the body’s self-healing process. Aromatherapy massage stimulates the immune system, encourages hormone balance, soothes the nervous system and relieves emotional, physical and mental tension. It’s a great way to uplift the spirit, feel revitalised and install a sense of positivity and well-being.


Works deeply into the muscles to relieve tension, alleviate postural imbalances and clear the mind.  This treatment feels a bit like a work out as we target specific trigger points to release the muscles and encourage healing.  Lymph and blood flow is stimulated, ensuring the swift delivery of nutrients to each cell, which in turn encourages the removal of waste material. You’ll experience the benefits of “good pain” and some nice relaxing bits in between.  Next day you might be a bit achy but surely that a good thing!


Stimulating the face muscles with gentle massage helps to bring oxygen to that area which is a natural form of anti-ageing skin care itself. Increased blood flow to the area aids collagen production which gives a healthy and natural glow. In this bespoke facial massage the products used are from Green People, and are all organic plant based natural products.


Hot stone massage combines warmth and refreshing coolness to encourage the body to detox and heal. This also increases lymph flow and helps to flush out waste. Hot stone massage is said to have health benefits for people with muscular pain, poor circulation, back pain and stress to name just a few. Never underestimate the feel good factor of a hot stone massage it will help you feel nurtured, pampered and revived…


Indian head massage can help increase mobility and flexibility in the neck and shoulders. It helps to improve blood circulation, lymphatic flow and aids the elimination of toxins, and it is particularly good for reducing the effects of stress and tension…


Myofascial massage is a deep and restorative treatment. Time is vital, the fascia cannot be forced as it will naturally meet that force in return. So, the therapist provides a sustained, gentle, pressure for a period of time allowing the fascia to lengthen naturally and return to it’s normal resting length. Powerful and relaxing.


Reflexology is a natural healing art that involves the application of pressure to specific points (reflexes) on the feet to rebalance and strengthen the body’s natural self healing mechanisms. It is suitable for all age groups. Reflexology works on an individual basis and can improve mood, aid sleep and relieve symptoms associated with stress. It can be a wonderful relaxing experience where you can take time out from everyday demands. The result is an overall sense of wellbeing.


There are substantial health benefits to a relaxation massage. Gentle massage stimulates sensory nerve endings in the skin which transmits messages through the nervous system and causes the brain to release endorphins. These are the body’s natural painkillers; feel good chemicals that create a sense of well being.


Shiatsu is a healing art, originating in Japan, which uses the power of touch and pressure over acupressure points and meridians (energy pathways), which are connected to our internal organs and influence our emotional, psychological, spiritual health. During a shiatsu massage the therapist uses pressure with thumbs, fingers, palms, and sometimes knees, elbows and feet, to induce deep relaxation and a feeling of well-being. It is sometimes dynamic, sometimes seemingly quite static, involving pressure on the limbs and torso, as well as rotations, the kneading and releasing of tight muscles and supporting areas of weakness. To receive, shiatsu is deeply relaxing and yet invigorating, leaving a feeling of tranquillity and a sense of being in touch with every part of one’s body. You remain fully clothed for this treatment.


Not just for sports injuries, but postural imbalances, repetitive strain injuries, and basically anything that has directly affected one or more of your muscle groups.  Sports massage therapists combine a number of specialist techniques such as STR (soft tissue release), PNF (stretching), Myo-fascial release and friction to help recovery from training, reduce scar tissue, increase blood flow and restore your muscles to their former glory.

We are once again very grateful to this year’s main sponsor for the Woodland Spa; Green People, the UK’s most loved Natural & Organic skin care brand. Sensitive and eczema friendly skin solutions for all the family.