Services

Remedial Massage

Remedial massage seeks to address specific musculoskeletal conditions. Can be useful to address posture related issues, pain management, injury rehabilitation, or to relieve muscle tension.   It incorporates a range of techniques including but not limited to deep tissue, trigger point therapy, MET, myofascial release, postural assessment and NMT.

Sports Massage

Social or competitive athletes can benefit hugely from sports massage.   Regular massage during training and through the off season can reduce fatigue, delayed onset muscle soreness and injury. It can also help restore muscle length, muscle shape, realign fibres, increase flexibility where needed and improve confidence. Sports massage allows you to train harder so you can perform at your best.

Relaxation Massage

Relaxation massage is designed to activate the parasympathetic nervous system causing the body and mind to involuntarily rest and digest.   It also releases an array of ‘feel good’ hormones which relieve stress and create a deep sense of well-being. 

(Not eligible for health fund rebates)

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Dry Needling 

Dry needling uses single use, sterile acupuncture needles to directly and effectively treat myofascial trigger points (knots) in the muscles. It improves range of motion and reduces pain and is great for treating acute injuries and fascial restrictions. 

Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy massage is based on Swedish massage techniques, pregnancy massage addresses many common discomforts associated with the skeletal and circulatory changes brought on by hormone shifts during pregnancy.  Pregnancy massage is a gentle therapy performed during pregnancy to prepare both mother and baby for birth and provide relief from tension and stress. Our Earthlite massage cushion allows you to lye face down during the massage for maximum comfort. 

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage uses heated river bed stones to create deep warmth and relaxation. The stones are placed on key areas of the body and are combined with a range of massage techniques. This increases blood flow throughout the body and is effective at reducing stress and chronic pain. 

(Not eligible for health fund rebates)

Cupping

Cupping has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years and is a great tool for releasing muscle tension and other contributors to pain. The cups suctions to the skin creating negative pressure and increasing circulation to the local area. This helps to loosen muscles and attachments, lift connective tissue and release knots.