Massage Treatments

Relaxation (Swedish)

The most common of the massage modalities. Usually it involves a combintion of the following strokes: long, flowing strokes (effleurage), kneading (petrissage), friction, vibration, or percussion (tapotement) for generilized relaxation.  Oil is used to promote more fluid of gliding strokes.
 

Remedial/Deep Tissue

A deep pressure technique developed to improve the flow of energy and promote the body's ability to heal, with the addition of forearm and elbow strokes.  A technique that uses Trigger Point Release which requires firm pressure to specific points in muscles (that refer pain to other parts of the body) and stretches to the involved muscles.
 

Pregnancy Massage

Regular massage throughout the pregnancy is also said to shorten labour time and the return to optimal fitness after birth.  The use of the pregnancy massage pillow makes it comfortable for the expecting mum-to-be to receive a massage whilst laying on her stomach. (*massage not suitable before 16 weeks).
 

*NB: Cupping, Aromatherapy & Hot Stone Massage Packages are not covered under private health insurance - this is in accordance with the Private Health Insurance Act 2007*

**Some private health funds only cover services for Remedial Massage - please check your policy.

*NB: Cupping, Aromatherapy & Hot Stone Massage Packages are not covered under private health insurance - this is in accordance with the Private Health Insurance Act 2007*

**Some private health funds only cover services for Remedial Massage - please check your policy.

 

**PARENT MUST BE PRESENT FOR WHOLE OF MASSAGE APPOINTMENT  FOR  CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT** (must be above the age of 16 due to current corona/COVID-19 outbreak). 

Upgrades:

Aromatherapy

from $5 increase

Cupping* $10 increase

*on 1hr - 1.5hr on Relaxation or Remedial Massage's

Relaxation (Swedish) Massage, Remedial Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Cupping Massage
Pregnancy Massage
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