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About Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the manual manipulation of soft body tissues (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) to enhance health, and well being. It relieves muscle tension and pain, increases flexibility and mobility, and helps clear lactic acid and other waste, resulting in reduced pain and stiffness in muscles and joints. The nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems also benefit from the therapeutic effects of massage.


  • Foot Joint Mobilisation

    When upright, the body is reliant on the feet for balance and stability. If any of the bones in the feet are incorrectly aligned, the whole body is effected. Foot joint mobilisation uses 17 moves to help realign the bones of the feet, which leads to more effective movement patterns.
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  • Pregnancy Massage

    Pregnancy massage may help with the associated physiological, psychological and emotional changes experienced by the mother-to-be The client is massaged in the side lying position. Usually a light to moderate massage that targets areas of discomfort caused by the expanding body, eg lower back, hips neck and shoulders, calves and feet.
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  • Myofascial Release

    Myofascial release refers to the manual massage technique for stretching the fascia and releasing bonds between fascia (the white connective tissue) and muscles with the goal of eliminating pain, increasing range of motion, and correcting postural distortions.
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  • Trigger Point Therapy

    Trigger point therapy is a bodywork technique that involves the applying of pressure to hypersensitive spots in the muscle or fascia ( a knot) in order to relieve pain and dysfunction in other parts of the body.
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  • Active Isolated Stretching

    AIS is a dynamic method of stretching and strengthening designed to open up narrowed joint space caused by muscle tightness, connective tissue adhesion and poor habits of posture and movement. Read More

  • Sports Massage

    Sports massage uses a variety of techniques that include range of motion, acupressure, and specific deep tissue manipulation, to maintain, rehabilitate enhance and relax soft muscle tissue. It is used to help athletes recover from competition, training and injuries. Read More