New Year Kick Start Package

New Year Kick Start Package

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Feeling lethargic or sluggish?

At this time of year, especially following the festive period, overindulgence can leave you feeling lethargic or sluggish, or the cold weather can affect blood circulation resulting in cold feet and/or dull skin. If you are suffering these symptoms then we can help kick start the new year with our Japanese Cosmo Facial and Reflexology package. Combining these two therapies helps to improve lymphatic and blood circulation, restore the body’s function – including digestive function – thereby assisting your body to detox more effectively. Book a package now to feel healthier, revitalised and rejuvenated.

Japanese Cosmo Facial & Reflexology Package Options 
  • Option A: 60 minute treatment – £90 instead of £100 SAVE £10
  • Option B : 90 minute treatment – £110 instead of £125 SAVE £15
  • Option C :120 minute treatment – £135 instead of £155 SAVE £20

To Book: Call 02074860304 or email


Products that could be used in Reflexology: Lakshmi organic foot cream
Products that could be used in Japanese Cosmo Facial: Eminence Organics and Chidoriya skincare
(Please Note: Products used depend on skin type, individual requirements and outcome of the consultation)

Terms & Conditions

Offer is available until 31st January 2017. The appointment must be taken before 31st January. Cannot be combined with any other offer including prepaid accounts.

What is Japanese Cosmo Facial?

Japanese Cosmo facial is a dynamic facial massage to improve the tone of the skin by lifting the facial tissues and through detoxifying, nourishing and re-energising massage techniques. A combination of facial reflexology, acupressure and lymphatic drainage are also applied to make your skin looks fresh and luminous.

What is Reflexology?

Reflexology is an ancient healing art that uses a finger pressure to access the whole body through the feet or hands. Reflexology helps unblock areas of congestion to restore balance to body and mind. Specific points and meridians on the feet are also stimulated to encourage the natural flow of Qi in the body. Watch video below to find out more.


FilthyGeorgousMakeup: CHI YU AND WELL WELL WELL

FilthyGeorgousMakeup: CHI YU AND WELL WELL WELL

Article Posted by: Natalya, FILTHYGORGEOUSMAKEUP 08/05/2012


“A few weeks ago I was kindly invited to attend an event at the Chi Yu Wellness centre to hear all about their latest nutritional products from Well Well Well and test out a few of their most popular treatments.

If you were wondering where the name of this spa comes from “chi yu” actually means ‘healing’ in Japanese. ‘Shizen chiyu ryoku’ means the body’s self-healing ability.  The centre is very much targeted at improving your state of physical well being using a mix of modern western and traditional Japanese methods, which are reflected in the spa’s contemporary, yet classic Japanese interiors. The are five treatment rooms (including a double treatment room), which are individually themed to reflect the ethos of chi yu and provide a tranquil environment. Chi Yu also incorporates a wellbeing boutique, where you can purchase a selection of skin care, teas, supplements, candles and other luxury home & travel accessories.” Read more (article link) or PDF version.

Watch our video about Acupuncture as mentioned in the article

Urban Life Online – Review

Urban Life Online – Review

Article Post by: Urbane Life 09/03/2012

Urban Life Magazine Online, March 2012 (Chi-Yu press coverage)

Therapists are a mixed bag; they all look great in brochures but very few actually leave you feeling like your money has been well spent. On this occasion however, I am pleased to say that a session with Mami Tsang, the founder of Chi Yu, was more than worth every penny and extremely memorable!

After an initial 15 minute consultation; more thorough than any I’ve had to date, I opted for a signature massage using aromatherapy oils. Using a combination of Shiatsu, Swedish and Thai massage techniques, with a bit of reflexology, I was treated to one of the best and most effective treatments to date. Read more (article link) or PDF version.


(Note: any prices mentioned are subject to change, please check when enquiring)

Watch our video about Reflexology as mentioned in the review – Reflexology Review – Reflexology Review

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My feet are always tired. From running around town to walking to and from work daily, I’m convinced my feet would sleep for a few months if they were given the chance. I dragged them along to the urban zen of Chi-Yu Wellness Spa situated behind Marble Arch in London for a spot of reflexology. I had read nothing but amazing reviews of reflexology, and how it can pinpoint problem areas in the rest of your body so I was excited but anxious; could my therapist tell that I eat far too much chocolate or bemoan the fact my pedicures are less than frequent? Luckily not, but instead she could tell that I suffer from minor digestive problems (I do), I have tension in my left shoulder (again, guilty) and even that I often hold my true thoughts inside (spooky, as yes, I do). In basic terms, reflexology is a wonderful, revitalising, soothing foot massage but if you want it to at Chi-Yu, it goes a lot deeper than that. If you are having any health problems, even something as run of the mill as a cold, tell the reflexologist and they can focus their attention on the corresponding area of your foot.

I left the Chi-Yu Wellness Spa with a definite spring in my step plus was shown which part of my foot attributed to my digestive system – no more bad tum for me.

Have you experienced reflexology?

(Link to online article)

Watch our video about Reflexology as featured in the review

Stylist – Article: Craniosacral Therapy

Stylist – Article: Craniosacral Therapy

Article details: Stylist Magazine, Issue 118 21/03/2012

The article features Craniosacral Therapy, Acupressure and Reflexology. Our videos below provides an overview of these complementary therapies. – Reflexology Review – Year of the Water Dragon Treatments


With the Chinese New Year celebrations over, it’s time to get serious: 2012 is the Year of the Water Dragon, a year that is destined for many of us to kick annoying bad habits, have a stronger sense of empathy towards others and encourage us to co-operate with natural energies, rather than fighting them.

Get to harnessing this energy and make it a year to remember with the Chi Yu Wellness Centre in London, which has created a range of treatments to do just that. From an Oriental Aromatherapy Massage, using essential oils to balance the five elements, to the Blueberry Bliss Firming Body Treatment, which builds on the water element of the dragon sign to hydrate the body. If you fancy getting your chi on, find out more about the centre’s treatments – and how they can help to make this your best year yet – by visiting the Chi-Yu website here.

(Link to online article)