Who doesn't love a massage? In my experience everyone loves getting a massage (myself especially) The benefits of massage last not only for the hour you are on the table but for the days and weeks following. The physical and mental changes brought about by massage relieve not only the ailment for which we are seeking treatment, but also revitalise our sense of overall wellbeing.
Relaxation or Swedish Massage
The most well known and sought after massage technique, Swedish massage uses smooth movements to stretch out your muscles and kneed them into a relaxed state while your mind is allowed to drift away to the sounds of soft music. If you have never had a massage before then this is the massage for you, if you like slow and gentle touch then great, if you prefer a firmer pressure then thats great too, this massage is for your enjoyment and thus can be tailored to how you like it.
Getting a massage can do you a world of good. Taking part in regularly scheduled self-care can play a huge part in how healthy you'll be now and into the future. Consider massage appointments a necessary piece of your health and wellness plan, to help you to do this, purchase a 5 x visit pass and receive $10 off each visit.
Elderly/ Disabled Massage
Massage offers infinite benefits to the elderly and disabled who are often experiencing degenerative and postural discomfort, tension and reduced mobility and flexibility. Dry skin, poor sleep, oedema, frequent infections, lack of circulation, constipation, anxiety and sadness all benefit from the therapeutic wonder of massage.
I have extensive experience in massaging the elderly, home visits can be arranged and I have a seated massage chair if lying or getting onto the massage table is difficult.
Deep Tissue Massage
With a focus on deeper layers of muscle and fascia, this massage uses similar techniques to Swedish massage but with more pressure and focus on particular problem areas. This massage is often more intense and may involve moments of discomfort (no pain no gain though right!?) Please note that it does not treat specific injury but rather relieves muscular pain and chronic tension
Aside from feeling relaxed and generally fantastic, research shows a multitude of physical and mental benefits of prenatal massage. This safe massage may help alleviate some of those pregnancy woes such as aches and pains, oedema, restless sleep, poor circulation, cramping and general stress and tension.
I have extensive experience and specialised training in Pregnancy massage, you can be assured you are in good hands.
45min Consultation : $50
1 Hour massage: $70
After hours massage: $80
Home visit: $110
Pregnancy massage and consultation: $80 (75min)
health rebates may apply