Burnside's first choice for a Deep Tissue or Swedish Massage Therapy!
Feeling stressed or suffering from sore joints and mucles? Experience our range of therapeutic massages near Burnside. Lie back and relax with deep tissue massage, swedish massage or pregnancy massages that will ease any stress and tension!
Lovoir Beauty Salon & Day Spa
Lovoir Beauty Salon & Day Spa
Experience the difference with the highest rated salon in Christchurch
Our most Popular Therapeutic Massages
Aromatherapy Massage | from $75.00
Deep Tissue Massage | from $85.00
Indianhead Massage | $95.00
Hot Stone Massage | $190.00
Reflexology Massage | $90.00
Pregnancy Massage | $129.00
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Which Massage Style Is For You?
Choose your preferred pressure of long flowing movements in Aromatherapy Massage. This kind of massage is a swedish style including kneading, passive joint movement as well as deep circular motions all over your body while and essential oils help to calm any physical pain or mental stress.
If you're looking to relax or restore your natural energy levels, reflexology is the best treatment. A certified and fully-trained professional will apply gentle pressure at different points on each foot that are designed to rebalance your body's nervous system for a rejuvenated feeling of serenity and ultimate relaxation!
Pregnancy massage is a safe way to help reduce muscle tension, prenatal body aches and relieve stress. Gentle lymphatic drainage massage will also reduce fluid retention in the later stages of pregnancy! You can get a massage at any time during your pregnancy after the first trimester.
Hundreds of happy clients trust the Lovoir Team as their go-to salon near Burnside for ALL of their massage treatments!
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About Burnside, Christchurch
Burnside, a suburb in Christchurch, New Zealand is located southeast of Christchurch International Airport. It is not a defined area, as it is with many suburbs of Christchurch. Burnside was once part of a 1,700-acre farm that William Boag, an early settler from Perthshire, had purchased in 1851. Named for the small creeks that fed the Waimairi Stream, it was also named. In 1959, the Waimairi County Council made Burnside official. Burnside Road was renamed Memorial Avenue in 1950.
The area around Burnside was farmland for the first 100 years of European settlement. There were sheep, cattle, and orchards on the land.
At the 2018 New Zealand census, Burnside had 7,713 people. The ethnicities of Burnside were 7.2% Maori and 70.2% European/Pakeha. There were also 2.9% Pacific people, 23.6% Asians, and 3.1% from other ethnicities. (Totals may exceed 100% as people can identify with multiple ethnicities).
Burnside has a central park, Burnside Park. Its two main roads are Memorial Avenue (and Greers Road). The smaller park, Jellie Park, is located opposite Burnside High School’s Greers Road. There are several schools in the area, including Burnside High School and Cobham Intermediate. Burnside Primary School, Burnside Primary School, Roydvale School and Christ The King School.
Burnside High School, which was established in 1960, is a secondary school that serves students in years 9 through 13. It boasts a total of 2424 students. Cobham Intermediate caters for students in years 7 through 8. It has 625 students. It was originally named Fendalton Intermediate when it opened in 1963. Roydvale School and Burnside Primary School are the contributing primary schools, catering to years 1 through 6. Their respective rolls are 304 and 274. The Burnside School was established in 1956. Roydvale opened in 1967. Christ the King School, a Catholic primary school that is state-integrated for all years, was founded in Christ the King School in Christ the King School. It has 312. It has a total of 312.