SHEPHERD'S BUSH MASSAGE
Not known traditionally as a place for sensual massage, there are still a few masseuses who are located here, one of them is a Nuru Star.
So if you live near, or are staying near, to Shepherd's Bush then come see her for a relaxing body to body massage. You will be glad you did.
A little bit of information about this area...
Situated within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, in West London, Shepherd's Bush is a major metropolitan centre that attracts visitors from all over the world.
Primarily residential, the area’s main focus is the triangular tree lined common of Shepherd’s Bush Green. Surrounding the common is an expansive selection of pubs, bars, restaurants and shopping facilities, and the popular Westfield shopping centre. Also nearby is the large and permanent Shepherd's Bush Market that sells food, clothing, household goods and other sundries.
For entertainment you can check out the Bush Theatre, which features the works of talented up-and-coming playwrights, that later go to be hugely successful and famous. Built in 1903, the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire was once a traditional music hall before becoming a BBC Television Centre in 1953. Today it’s a popular music venue with a regular full listing of entertainment options. If sport is more your thing, the Queen’s Park Rangers Loftus Road football stadium is also within easy reach.
Situated on the London Underground Central Line, Shepherd's Bush station sits on the apex of the common, with a busy bus network and eighteen bus routes leading to and from the area. Upmarket Holland Park and Notting Hill are easily accessed from the east of Shepherd's Bush. To the west lies Chiswick.
Shepherd's Bush is a lively London location that attracts many travellers from Australia and New Zealand. The multi-cultural area is also home to communities from Poland, Syria, Algeria, Morocco and the West Indies, and other countries.