Book an appointment: +44 7943 725 023
Iwona graduated in Physical Therapy (MSc) from the Academy of Physical Education in Krakow. She works as a physiotherapist with elderly people, and runs corrective gymnastics activities for children.
Fifteen years experience of practising therapeutic massage – she has completed courses in: Indian Head Massage, Senior Massage, Massage with Bamboo Sticks and Bamboo Whisks, Massage Work Site, Deep Tissue Massage, Lymphatic Massage, Swedish Massage. Her secret – a combination of different techniques in her holistic approach makes therapeutic massage more pleasant, and its effects longer lasting. She is passionate about herbal medicine.
In her spare time, she creates decorations using dried leaves and flowers. She lives in London with her husband, two teenage children and a dog.
Services & prices
Massage at The Yoga Space
30 Mins = £40
60 Mins = £65
90 Mins = £85
Duke of Wellington Ave
Woolwich, London SE18 6EY
Available: Tuesdays 12am- 5pm
60 Mins = £60
90 Mins = £80
To book Mobile Massage
contact me on Whatsapp on
07943 725 023
Please note, I work in Greenwich,
parts of Bexley, Lewisham & Bromley.
Swedish massageSwedish massage is one of the most commonly offered massage techniques. It’s sometimes called a...
On site chair massageIn a typical chair massage, you sit leaning forward into a massage chair with your...
Senior massageSenior massage is specifically geared toward a person of advanced age. Older people have special...
Deep tissue massageDeep tissue massage is a technique which uses firm pressure to reach the deeper layers...
Indian head massageThe 60min treatment includes back massage and the 90min treatment includes full body massage. Ayurvedic head...
Massage with bamboo sticks and bamboo whishsSimilar to deep tissue massage, bamboo has the ability to release tension in major muscles...
Lymphatic drainage massageLymphatic drainage massage has become a popular form of massage due to its potential health...
Relaxing massageRelaxing massage is a smooth, gentle, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, relieves muscular tension,...
Swedish massage is one of the most commonly offered massage techniques. It’s sometimes called a classic massage. The technique aims to promote relaxation by releasing muscle tension.
Swedish massage is gentler than deep tissue massage and better suited for people interested in relaxation and tension relief.
Swedish massage may loosen up tight muscles caused by daily activities such as sitting at the computer or exercising. It can be very helpful for people who hold a lot of tension in their: lower back, shoulders, neck.
On site chair massage
In a typical chair massage, you sit leaning forward into a massage chair with your face nestled in a plush face cradle while a therapist massages your neck, back, and arms.Chair massage also has lasting physical effects that help boost wellness long after your time in the chair is over. Massage is often used as a stress management technique to reduce tension headaches and treat (and even prevent) chronic migraines. A single 15-minute chair massage can promote increased blood circulation, lower blood pressure, and a strengthened immune system—benefits that you’ll experience for days or even weeks after your treatment.
Senior massage is specifically geared toward a person of advanced age. Older people have special considerations to keep in mind when getting a massage. A massage therapist will consider all the factors of aging along with a person’s specific health conditions when tailoring the massage.
Deep tissue massage
Deep tissue massage is a technique which uses firm pressure to reach the deeper layers of muscle tissue, tendons and the surrounding connective tissues (also known as fascia). Deep tissue massage therapy is often used as a treatment to break up scar tissue and break down muscle knots & adhesions. This relaxing and restorative practice is great for aiding the healing of sports injuries and for deep stress relief.Geriatric massage is specifically geared toward a person of advanced age. Older people have special considerations to keep in mind when getting a massage. A massage therapist will consider all the factors of aging along with a person’s specific health conditions when tailoring the massage.
Indian head massage
The 60min treatment includes back massage and the 90min treatment includes full body massage.
Ayurvedic head massage focuses on the shoulders, neck, face and head, the areas most vulnerable to stress and tension. The head massage induces a state of calm, peace and tranquility and promotes high levels of alertness and concentration.
During the Ayurvedic Head Massage, Ayurvedic oil will be kept for a suitable period on the head of an individual. This is called Moordha taila or oiling of the head.
For both men and women, old and young, head massage can be the most relaxing treatment and when combined with neck and shoulder treatments it will leave the client feeling elated.
Massage with bamboo sticks and bamboo whishs
Similar to deep tissue massage, bamboo has the ability to release tension in major muscles through intensive kneading. It is especially effective for runners and cyclists experiencing tightness in their legs, feet and IT bands as it softens and breaks down muscular tensions. It can enhance sports performance and endurance with just a few sessions.
For women whose legs feel heavy and tight, the rolling and kneading with bamboo will soothe and alleviate discomfort, thus giving more vitality to their movements.
The bamboo canes are both hard and straight, and at the same time flexible and light due to the silica covering its outer cell walls. Silica is an essential element for maintaining the integrity and health of the skin, ligaments, tendons and bones. Bamboo extract is the richest known source of silica; it contains over 70% organic silica and is 10 times more potent than horsetail silica. Silica has a strong restorative effect on many of the body’s tissues, making bamboo massage even more potent than just the practitioner’s rolling and kneading maneuvers.
Lymphatic drainage massage
Lymphatic drainage massage has become a popular form of massage due to its potential health benefits. This specialized approach focuses on the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system. This type of massage aims to help the body maintain proper blood circulation, body fluid balance, and immune functions.
Relaxing massage is a smooth, gentle, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, relieves muscular tension, and improves circulation and movement range. Your therapist will aim to relax, revive and rejuvenate you at a massage depth that does not cause discomfort.
I have been a client of Iwona Laniewska-Burek mobile massage therapist for many years. Always professional and provides an excellent service. Will definitely recommend.
Iwona Mobile Massage Therapist. Iwona is fantastic. I’m so pleased I found her on Nextdoor. Highly recommend and booked in again to sort my back problems out.
Iwona was recommended to me and I’m so glad I booked her. She gave me an amazing bamboo massage, it helped relieve all my tense muscles in my neck, forearms, thighs and calves. All these areas are the hardest to relax. Not only is she great at her work but she also has a warm energy and makes you feel at ease. I left the clinic feeling like a new person.
I have been with Iwona for almost 1 year now and I would like to thank you, once again for helping me de-stress with an amazing massage! No matter how tense I am, I feel like a new person every time. Pressure points, deep tissue….it’s all there! I actually forget where I am. Iwona always knows what kind of massage I need. Highly recommend to anyone in the looking for the best massage!
Iwona is fantastic!
Iwona came to my house to give me a massage and I was not disappointed. She is very professional, kind and respectful. I have already booked future massages with her and would highly recommended her services
Amazing massage. Iwona is a very professional and knowledgeable. I use her service since years as the massage is great for stress and keeps my body happy. Thank you Iwona!