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Therapeutic massages

Our therapeutic massages are crafted to alleviate any areas of discomfort you may
encounter. We provide a comprehensive selection to cater to your unique preferences and
desired approach.
Since certain therapeutic treatments fall under allied health services, you may be able to
utilize your private health insurance to cover some of our treatments.

Therapeutic Massage Price

Duration (minutes) 30 mins 45 mins 60 mins 75 mins 90 mins
Remedial Massage $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Lymphatic Drainage Massage (MLD) $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Pregnancy Massage $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Postnatal Massage $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Sport Massage $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Reflexology $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Aromatherapy $65 $80 $95 $110 $125
Combination of Remedial Massage and Cupping $85 $100 $115 $130 $145
Combination of Remedial Massage and Dry needling $85 $100 $115 $130 $145
Combination of Remedial Massage and Trigger Point Therapy $65 $80 $95 $110 $125

Remedial Massage 
Remedial massage aims to address specific musculoskeletal issues, injuries, or conditions like sciatica or hypertension. Our remedial qualified therapists will assess your needs and employ various techniques such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, and stretching, to target specific muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia. Our goal is to promote recovery, improve mobility, and prevent future injuries.  
From $65 
With Cupping, Dry Needling or Trigger Point Therapy; From$85 

Lymphatic Drainage Massage (MLD): 
Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a gentle and non-invasive therapy that can have a range of benefits for both physical and mental health. During a MLD session, therapists use gentle, rhythmic strokes to stimulate the movement of lymph fluid through the lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes. This helps to reduce swelling, alleviate congestion, and promote the removal of toxins and waste products from the body.  
From $65 

Pregnancy Massage: 
Pregnancy massage a specialized form of massage therapy tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women. It’s designed to support the clients changing body and address the unique physical and emotional challenges that may arise during pregnancy. Our specifically qualified therapists may utilise gentle stretching to relieve muscle tension, and lymphatic drainage to reduce swelling. We advise expecting mothers to consult with their healthcare provider before receiving a pregnancy massage. 
From $65 

Post Natal Massage:  
Postnatal massage is a specialized form of massage therapy designed to support the physical and emotional recovery of new mothers after childbirth. Typically performed during the first 6 weeks post delivery.  We aim to promote healing, relieve discomfort, and support the body as it adjusts to the physical changes that occur during and after pregnancy. We advise clients to  consult with their healthcare provider before receiving postnatal massage, especially if they have had a cesarean section or experienced any complications during childbirth. 
From $65 

Sport Massage: 
A popular massage for clients who are athletes or individuals engaged in physical activity. It focuses on addressing the unique needs and challenges associated with sports training, performance, and recovery. The massage therapist will typically tailor the session to the specific needs and preferences of the athlete, taking into account their sport, training regimen, and any areas of tightness or discomfort.  
From $65 

Reflexology Massage: 
During a reflexology session, a trained therapist uses their hands to apply pressure to the reflex points, using techniques such as thumb or finger walking, kneading, and rotating. The pressure applied is firm but gentle, and the therapist may work on both feet or hands, depending on the client’s needs and preferences. 
From $65 

Aromatherapy: 
Aromatherapy is a healing practice that uses essential oils, to promote health and well-being. Aromatic compounds found in certain plants can have therapeutic effects on the mind, body when inhaled or applied to the skin. Your trained therapist may use essential oils in various ways, such as through inhalation, massage, or diffusion. The specific oils chosen will depend on the individual’s needs and preferences, as well as the desired therapeutic effects. 
From $65 

Cupping: 
Cupping massage can be a beneficial addition to a massage therapy session, particularly for individuals looking to relieve muscle tension, improve circulation, and promote relaxation. Your trained therapist applies suction to the skin using cups made of glass, silicone, or plastic. This suction creates a vacuum effect that lifts the skin and underlying tissues. Cupping may leave temporary marks or bruises on the skin, known as “cupping marks,” which are typically painless and fade within a few days to a week. These marks are caused by the suction of the cups and are not harmful. 
Performed in combination with Remedial Massage From $85 

Dry Needling: 
Dry needling involves the insertion of thin, solid needles into specific points in the body, known as trigger points or myofascial trigger points, without injecting any medication or solution. Your specialized therapist will aim to release tight muscles, reduce pain, and improve range of motion by targeting trigger points, which are areas of tightness and hyperirritability within muscle tissue. 
Performed in combination with Remedial Massage From $85 

Trigger Point Therapy: 
During trigger point therapy, the therapist applies pressure to specific trigger points using various techniques, such as deep tissue massage, sustained pressure, stretching, and myofascial release. The goal is to release tension in the muscle fibers, improve blood flow to the area, and alleviate pain and discomfort.  
Performed in combination with Remedial Massage From $85