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What is Massage Therapy?

Massage involves a manual application of pressure and movement to soft body tissues (skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia). It helps the body to heal itself by promoting the flow of blood and lymph, stimulating nerves, conditioning the skin and stretching and loosening the muscles to keep them elastic. Massage therapy can also help to relieve tension and counteract the effects of stress on the body.

Have you private health insurance that covers massage care?

Participating health funds now allow you to claim your rebate on-the-spot at time of payment, leaving you with only the gap to pay.
Non-participating funds require you to pay entire fee at time of consultation and then present your receipt to health fund for reimbursement.

Types of Massage

Remedial Massage

Therapeutic, trigger point and deep tissue massage tailored to suit your needs.

Sports Massage & Injury Rehabilitation

Helps restore function quickly, while aiding in recovery and performance.

Western Cupping Techniques

Great for myofascial release, running and knee pain, scar tissue, adhesions and relaxation.

Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling

Effective for acute injuries, tendonitis, tennis and golfer's elbow, headaches, nerve entrapments, TMJ, sciatica and sports injuries.

Sports Consultancy

Athletes are now looking to improve performance and increase their competitive edge. Sports consultancy provides the athlete with advice on training regimes, stretching and nutrition, in conjunction with sports therapy treatments.

Relaxation Massage

Integrates body, mind and spirit through the healing touch.
A massage helps identify unconsciously held tension and teaches how to let go.

Stress Relief Massage

Massage acts on the nervous system to counteract stress, relax muscle tension and allow heart rate, blood pressure and circulation to return towards normal.

Pregnancy Massage

Most pregnant women feel discomfort during pregnancy. The physical, physiological and emotional changes that occur cause added stress on the mother-to-be.
Not recommended during the first trimester.