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Wellness Clinic

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She is very experienced Massage and Beauty therapist. Please contact us for range of services. She does provide 15min information session for free. A detailed services and prices list is available as below:

What is massage therapy?

Massage involves rubbing and putting pressure on muscles, connective tissues, tendons and ligaments. When massage is used to improve someone’s health, it is known as massage therapy. It can reduce stress and anxiety, help with pain, relax the muscles and rehabilitate injuries.

Massage is mainly thought of as a complementary or natural therapy offered by massage clinics or wellness spas, but hospitals are increasingly offering massage therapy to help people cope with illnesses like cancer, heart disease or chronic pain.

Types of massage

Many types of massage are available in Australia. Some of the most popular include:

Pregnancy:

This is used to reduce stress, swelling, muscle and joint pain that sometimes appear during pregnancy.

Remedial:

This is used to treat damaged or painful muscles, tendons, ligaments or connective tissues. Massage aids the body’s healing and helps to restore function.

Sports:

Developed to help athletes in training, sports massage increases flexibility and prevents injuries. It is also used after an injury or strain.

Swedish:

The top layers of muscles are kneaded with soft, long strokes, or the muscles are hit or tapped. This can relieve muscle tension and may help after an injury.

Neuromuscular therapy:

Problem areas are manipulated to treat chronic pain, tender muscles, circulation, trapped nerves, problems with posture or injuries caused by repetitive movements.

Deep tissue:

Slow strokes are used to put pressure on muscles or tendons deep under the skin. This helps with specific trouble spots such as muscle injuries or back sprains.

Shiatsu:

Pressure is applied with the fingers to specific parts of the body called acupressure points.

Reflexology:

The therapist uses hands, fingers and thumbs to stimulate certain areas of the feet.

Hot stone:

The therapist places warm stones on certain parts of the body to soothe and relax muscles.

Benefits of massage

Many people find massage immediately calming and relaxing. Massage reduces levels of cortisol (a stress inducing hormone) while increasing other hormones (including dopamine and serotonin) which have a positive effect on wellbeing. Research shows that massage can help with:

  1. Back pain
  2. Headache
  3. Osteoarthritis
  4. Depression and Anxiety
  5. Digestive disorders
  6. Strains or soft tissue injuries

For many healthy people with no chronic conditions, massage is simply enjoyable.

Massage is not a replacement for assessment and care by a doctor. It is also important to let your doctor know if you are trying massage to reduce the symptoms of a health issue. Your doctor can help you determine which type of massage may be helpful.

Risks of massage

You should sometimes avoid massage. Massage might not be right for you if you have:

  1. Blood clots
  2. Burns
  3. Bruises
  4. An infectious skin condition (such as warts or cold sores)
  5. Osteoporosis
  6. Nerve damage

Some massage therapists are trained to work with people receiving medical care. Your doctor may have a list of therapists they recommend.

What does a massage treatment involve?

Before you go for a massage, make sure you drink plenty of water and don’t eat too soon before the massage. Try to give yourself plenty of time to get to the appointment so it’s easier for you to relax. The massage therapist will talk to you about your health history and any problems you are experiencing. Make sure you tell them about any conditions you have or medicines you are taking. Your therapist will discuss how they are going to treat you.

They will leave the room while you undress – keeping your underwear on – and you will lie down on the massage table. The therapist will knock before they come back in. You will be covered with a drape or towel during the massage, and music or aromatherapy may be used to help you relax. It is important to tell the therapist if you feel uncomfortable at any time during the massage. A professional massage therapist will never expose your breasts, genitals or other areas you ask to keep covered.

Massage Therapy Services & Fees

Massage

# Services Fees
1 Full Body Massage (1 Hour) 75
2 Half Body Massage 40
3 Head & Shoulder (15 Mins) 20
4 Head & Neck (15 Mins) 20
5 Aroma Therapy 80
6 Pre & Post Pregnancy Massage 70

Facials

# Services Fees
1 Cleanse Express Facial 40
2 Deluxe Facial 60
3 Signature Teen Facial 50
4 Anti-Ageing Facial 70
5 Ultimate Dry Skin Facial 70
6 Oily Skin Facial 70
7 Sensitive Skin Facial 70
8 Rejuvenating Facial 70
9 Anti-Rosacea Facial 70
10 Age Spot /Freckles/Pigmentation 70
11 Diamond Microdermabrasion 70
12 Iontophoresis Facial 80

Waxing

# Services Fees
1 Full Body 40
2 Full Arm 20
3 Half Arm 15
4 Full Leg 30
5 Half Leg 15
6 Under Arm 15

Other Treatments

# Services Fees
1 Eye Treatment 30
2 Deluxe Manicure 20
3 Deluxe Pedicure 30
4 FDeluxe Body Wrap (75min) 99

Massage therapy involves a trained therapist manipulating the body’s soft tissues to improve health and wellbeing. This article will help you identify some of the different types of massage available and help you to choose a massage therapist.