~ Massage Menu ~


– Remedial –
Specific advanced techniques which have been developed by massage therapists, physiotherapists and osteopaths to release soft tissue restrictions. Techniques include Trigger Points, Mobilisations, Myofascial Release, Muscle Energy Technique, Cyriax Friction, and among other treatment techniques, advanced stretching.


– Panabaa release –
The difference between this technique and other spinal corrective techniques is how effective it is in the long term. This technique picks up the restriction between vertebrae that are incorrectly aligned. This allows the whole spine to be treated to bring about the body’s neutral position, which such posturalimprovements the spine becomes more flexible and can strengthen, decreasing the incidence of reoccurrence. The tissues and joints are moved with such gentalness that this technique does not pose any problems for people with such conditions as Osteoperosis etc.. There are special techniques to treat varying types of conditions..


– Shiatsu –
Shiatsu is a traditional hands on Japanese healing art used to treat a wide range of conditions, such as stress and specific injury. Shiatsu uses pressure point massage based on the principles of Meridians and Qi, as used in acupunture but without the use of needles. Shiatsu translated is “Finger pressure”pressure is applied to specific points on the body, this is combined with stretches and joint rotations. This in return helps balance the energy flow throughout the body.


– Reflexology –
Reflexology works with the feet, whenever certain points of the feet are sore, it indicates that a corresponding organ in the body is out of balance. Pressure and massage is applied to the reflex points, this helps improve circulation and eliminates toxins.


–  Swedish –
The original relaxation massage, swedish massage routines are a combination smooth flowing strokes and gentle relaxing techniques given with oil and designed to de-stress the body and provide a deep sense of overall wellbeing.


– Lymphatic Drainage –
Lymph drainage massage is a light manual technique designed to stimulate the circulation of the lymph fluid. By using slow, rhythmical pumping movements in the direction of lymph flow, MLD (Manual Lymph Drainage) reduces congestion of the lymph nodes. Lymph Drainage can be used effectively to support clients during a DETOX, increase weight loss while dieting, and reduce bloating.


– Myofascial Dry Needling –
An effective adjunct to Remedial massage, MDN involves inserting acupuncture needles into trigger points and other muscle and fascial tissue to help reduce inflammation and pain, restore normal muscle function and increase nerve facilitation to under active muscles.


– Sports Massage Services –
First Aid services and on-site sports massage pre and post-event can be provided for most sporting events including tournaments and carnivals.


– Corporate Massage and Seated Chair Massage –
Available in your office, promotion, conference or even christmas party.