T R E A T M E N T   P R I C E S

 

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30 Minutes                                 $72

 

1 Hour                                         $110

 

1 Hour 30 Minutes                   $155

Remedial Massage

 

Using different types of application (stroking, kneading, squeezing, friction, rocking, shaking, percussion etc.) remedial massage is usually focused on specific problems of musculoskeletal area. The Practitioner’s movements are quite firm and deep.

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Deep Tissue Massage

 

Focused on the deeper layers of muscle tissue deep tissue massage aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep pressure on the contacted areas, either following or going across the fibres of the muscles, tendons and facia. Concentrates on more specific areas and helps to break up and eliminate scar tissue.

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Pre and Post Natal Massage

 

Pregnancy is a time of great, physical change for woman and during this time massage can help a woman to continue to enjoy and relax into her body despite its many changes. It can reduce feelings of nausea, minimise stretch marks, combat fluid retention and alleviate the stress and strain on muscles and joints that result from carrying extra weight. During and after labour massage can ease pains and aches, as well speed up the process of recovery especially scar tissue. Massage can also assist in reducing fatigue at a crucial period when mothers are bonding with the new born baby.

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Lymphatic Drainage Massage

 

Lymphatic Drainage is a specialised massage technique designed to activate and cleanse the human fluid system. Lymph in its flow actually takes away the toxins, the germs, and the large molecules that the venous system can’t regain. It can, in particular, remove “trapped proteins” and fat molecules in the tissues. . It may help disperse lymphatic fluid, improve nutrient absorption and, thus enhance immune function.

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Infant Massage

 

  • Helping your baby to feel securely attached
  • Helping your baby to feel more loved, valued and respected
  • Reduced crying and emotional distress
  • Increased levels of relaxation and longer sleep
  • Development of body awareness and coordination
  • Relief from wind, colic, constipation and teething discomfort

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Sport Massage

 

Sport massage uses specific massage techniques for enhancing performance or inhibiting injury in sport. By stimulating blood circulation, waste materials and possibly some micro trauma in the muscles, are more quickly and completely removed.

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Swedish Massage

 

Swedish massage is a very gentle type of massage which gives a feel of soothing flow and soft pressure on the bodily tissues.

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Chinese Massage

 

Is an important component in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is one of the four main branches alongside Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture and Qi Gong. It is traditionally performed through clothes and used to treat specific illnesses of internal nature as well as musculoskeletal ailments.

 

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Aromatherapy Massage

 

Is the ancient science of healing, relaxing and invigorating by the use of plants and their parts. Essential oils enter through our olfactory system and affect the nervous system, thus improving mood which have relaxing or energising effect on the body. It is an extremely nurturing and gentle way of establishing body, mind and spirit equilibrium.

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Shiatsu

 

Evolved in Japan, Shiatsu has its origins in Chinese medicine, which is based on the principles of energy flows through meridians in the body. Applying pressure along these meridians results in restoration of energy flows and the promotion of harmony and maintenance of good health. Usually performed through clothes and coupled with a light stretching technique.

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Reflexology

 

Reflexology is beneficial in restoring balance and harmony in the body and releasing tension and stress, improve your mood, aids sleep, improves a sense of well being, which in turn helps the body heal and regenerate itself.
Reflexology is an alternative medicine involving application of pressure to the feet and hands with specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques.
It is based on a system of zones and reflex areas that purportedly reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with the premise that such work effects a physical change to the body.

* Modern reflexology is based on the principle that the foot has ‘reflex’ points that correspond to the various structures and organs throughout the body.
* Always consult your doctor if you have a medical condition.

Reflexology is a form of complementary therapy which, through the massage of the feet, aims to promote wellness in other areas of the body.

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