Fendalton's first choice for Swedish Massage Therapy & Deep Tissue!
Tired muscles and joints? Relax with our experienced team near Fendalton. Deep tissue, swedish and aromatherapy massage or pregnancy massage will have you feeling better in no time!
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?
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage is a popular way to relieve pain and discomfort. The firmer pressure than Swedish style massage can help release tight muscles, chronic muscle pain, and make you feel much more relaxed. Deep Tissue Massage is an effective option for relieving tension in your body - it's the perfect choice if you have soreness from strenuous exercise.
The relief of pregnancy massage can be a much-needed reprieve for the aches and pains that come with expecting. Once you enter your second trimester, lymphatic drainage may relieve fluid retention in preparation for birth. You can safely have massages anytime during your journey after the first three months have passed.
Hundreds of happy women and men trust the Team from Lovoir as their go-to salon near Fendalton for ALL of their therapeutic and relaxing massage spa treatments!
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About Fendalton, Christchurch
Fendalton, a suburb in Christchurch, is located on the South Island of New Zealand. It is one of the oldest residential areas in the city and has earned a reputation for being one of the country’s most well-to-do, refined suburbs. It is located to the west of city centre, near the University of Canterbury At Ilam and major retail area of Riccarton. It is located close to the Christchurch International Airport, which is to the northwest.
Fendalton has many significant historic buildings. These include examples of different styles of homestead. These include St Barnabas Church in Daresbury and Los Angeles. This bungalow was one of the first California bungalows to be constructed in New Zealand.
The suburb is home to Christchurch Boys’ High school, a high school. It has 1360 students and boarding facilities. The school was established in 1881 and moved to its current location in 1926. The Christchurch Girls’ High school catchment area includes a lot of Fendalton. However, the school is located in Riccarton. Cobham Intermediate School is the local intermediate school. Fendalton’s primary school is Fendalton OPEN AIR SCHOOL, formerly Clyde Road Primary School. It is home to 407. It was opened in 1875.
Fendalton was initially known as Fendall Town. It was named after Walpole Chesshyre Fendall (1830-1913). Fendall emigrated to Yorkshire in 1850, and took over land north of Waimairi Stream. Fendall Town was quickly applied to the area north of Hagley Park. It extended as far as the current location of Christchurch International Airport. Also included were portions of Burnside and Bryndwr. Fendalton was home to many of the early buildings that were built in Christchurch. This included an early flour mill on the Fendalton Road.
Fendalton, New Zealand had a population estimate of 4,515 based on the 2018 census. The ethnicities of Fendalton were 84.2% European/Pakeha; 3.9% Maori; 1.2% Pacific peoples; 14.0% Asian and 1.7% other ethnicities (totals are higher than 100 because people can identify with multiple ethnicities).