Remedial Massage & Wellness clinic
Diploma of Remedial Massage
Phone: 8388 1511 | A/H Mob: 0434 075 289
Remedial Therapy (treatment of problem areas)
Evaluating posture and level of muscular function to identify shortness, tightness or weakness in the muscles.
Stretching and strengthening techniques are applied along with massage to the specific problem area.
Sports Massage (deep tissue)
A firm, deep tissue massage which focuses on soft tissue injuries and muscular aches and pains.
Benefits include relaxation of tight and strained muscles, prevention of over use injuries, and improvement of sports performance.
Trigger Point (treatment for referred pain or discomfort)
Specifically working local areas of soft tissue aches and pains.
Benefits include release of referral pain, such as tight neck causing headaches. These referred trigger points are found throughout the body, the release can allow for freer movement
Therapeutic Massage (relaxation)
A flowing, gentle massage, allowing your body to relax and unwind in a peaceful and tranquil environment.
Benefits include increased levels of energy, and rejuvenation of body and mind.
Myofascial Release (fascia release)
Myofascial release is slow gentle, yet powerful stretching treatment that treats soft tissue dysfunction in the form of contracted fascia caused by physical or emotional trauma. Fascia is a connective tissue that covers every muscle, nerve, bone, and organ.
Polarity Therapy (energy balancing)
Polarity therapy is a non-invasive therapy that works on human energy fields. It is based on the notion that free flowing energy is essential for health, and that energy blockages causes disease.
Benefits include rejuvenation and healing of body, mind and spirit.
Reiki (energy healing)
An ancient art of hands-on healing, channeling universal energy to assist the body’s own ability to heal.
Dry Needling (trigger point needling)
Using acupuncture needles we insert the needle into trigger points within the muscle, we aim to deactivate and help resolve the tight muscles and their trigger points.
Cupping (elimination of toxins, stimulation of stagnant blood)
Cupping therapy is an ancient Chinese form of alternative medicine in which local suction is created on the skin; it is believed this mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing. Suction is created using heat (fire) of mechanical devices (hand or electrical pumps).