Massage has been found to boost your immune system and general well-being, reducing muscle tension, improving circulation, stimulating the lymphatic system, reducing stress hormones, improving relaxation, increasing joint mobility and flexibility, and reducing anxiety and depression…what a package!
I have been told I work differently to other massage therapists, often releasing areas people never even knew were an issue. I have also been told I have Ninja fingers!
I use the full range of standard techniques including muscle energy (MET), positional release (PRT), myofascial release (MFR), mobilisations with movement (MWM), Swedish massage for stress relief and relaxation, trigger point (NMT) release and sports massage to work on specific areas of discomfort, decrease pain and increase your range of movement. But I also work intuitively with your body releasing stuck energy and applying healing where needed, working with your energy meridians to balance the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, working with reflexology points on your feet, stimulating the lymphatic system, and empowering your chakras.
I offer optional myofascial cupping as part of your treatment for no extra cost. Depending on your body’s needs I may use moving cups to release tension, stimulate the lymphatics, and improve circulation, or I may use stationery cups to get deep into a specific area, releasing stagnation. All help with improved range of motion and flexibility. Both techniques may or may not leave bruise-like marks for up to a week or so – it’s truly body and method specific and I can discuss this with you during your treatment.
Solfeggio and miracle frequencies play in the background to help you relax and provide sound healing as your treatment is experienced. Aromatherapy is also used to enhance your stress and tension release and further aid healing.
I aim to work with you to achieve your goals and will provide advice for at-home care of your aches and pains with a range of stretches specific for you to help you between treatments.
Is this your first treatment in a while, or do you have a nagging issue affecting you?
Remedial massage is what it says it is…it is a remedy for a specific ache or pain. With this in mind, that specific part of your body may need more time spent on it to address your issue. With a 60-minute massage, it is rarely enough time to fully treat the upper and lower body sufficiently in such a case. If you book a 1-hour treatment, please be prepared to forego a thorough treatment on the opposite region of your body…alternatively I recommend booking a 90-minute treatment to allow for fully effective whole-body massage.
I am accredited with Massage and Myotherapy Australia (AAMT)
I offer health rebates where you are eligible with your health fund and I am a Medibank, BUPA, and AHM preferred provider.