Remedial Massage & Pregnancy Massage
Everyone benefits from massage, especially for general relaxation or muscle tension caused by exercise or lifestyle activities. Our skilled massage therapist can work independently or in conjunction with our other practitioners who provide targeted treatment instructions for conditions diagnosed by them. Working with your goal for optimal health and contributing to your hopes and dreams, our massage therapist works to guide the body to faster recovery. Helping direct more attention to areas in need and aids in detoxifying the body with modalities including lymphatic drainage, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, mobilization and ties it all together with warming Swedish techniques.
What is Remedial Massage
Remedial massage utilises a variety of techniques and modalities to help create balance through soft tissue manipulation. It is a natural approach
Each remedial massage treatment is tailored to each individuals goals, preferences and needs.
Pre and Post Natal Speciality Massage
As a specialised practitioner in pregnancy, our
This commitment to the miracle of creating a new life I combined with the professional undertaking of specialist courses in pregnancy anatomy, physiology and massage techniques.
Her treatments can be combined with specialised Yoga classes for pre and post natal ladies.
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