Have you ever wondered which type of massage therapy is best for you?
Details of therapies we provide are outlined below to help you make the right choice. If you are still not sure, contact us to discuss your condition.
All therapies listed can be customised to soft, medium or harder massage pressure.
is part of a broad-based approach. Treatments may be combined with other therapies such as moxa, cupping, gua sha, electro-acupuncture and herbs to naturally eliminate pain and reduce inflammation , light exercise and stretching to increase muscle strength and joint mobility and massage to enhance soft tissue healing.
We have a qualified acupuncturist (Suthan) who provides this service.
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Want to try but not sure, we do offer a free consultation.
Deep Tissue - a style of focused therapeutic massage that targets muscle knots in the deeper layers of the body.
Hot Stone - a speciality massage that is therapeutic and warming. Smooth, heated stones are used as an extension of the therapists hands. The heat can be deeply relaxing and aid in loosening tight muscles more quickly and efficiently.
Indian Head Massage - a speciality style of massage based on the ancient healing system of Ayurveda. Focuses on the upper body, shoulders, back, arms, neck, scalp, ears and face. Gentle movements are used that include pressure points. Essential oils are massaged through the hair.
Lymphatic Drainage - gentle, rhythmical massage designed to stimulate the circulation of lymph fluid around the body and reduce blockages.
Pregnancy - gentle massage customised to an expectant Mother's needs based on her stage of pregnancy.
Reflexology - massage that involves finger pressure and techniques such as kneading and rubbing to encourage relaxation throughout the body. Focused on the reflex areas found in the hands and feet.
Relaxation - soothing massage designed to help the body de-stress, relax and loosen up using gentle strokes and kneading pressure.
Sports - massage that helps prevent and treat injuiries and promotes flexibility. Can help the body with restrictive movement. Most sessions will focus on the muscle groups dependant upon what sports you are engaged in.
Stress - massage that involves techniques used to improve circulation, relieve muscle tension and generate increased blood flow. Strokes used are a series of kneading, pushing, rubbing and gentle pressure related movements.