Massage & Myotherapy

A regular treatment could improve performance, aid recovery, prevent and eliminate injuries, reduce stress and enhance metabolism and circulation. Not only is massage good for the body but is also beneficial for the mind and spirit.

Our experienced Myotherapist Robina, Remedial Massage therapist Rosemarie and Bowen Therapist Bec are trained in pregnancy massage, sports massage, relaxation and hot stone massage, therapeutic and bodywork massage.


Myotherapy focuses on the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, as well as sporting injuries. Myotherapy involves an extensive physical evaluation and an integrated therapeutic approach in the treatment of affected muscles, joints and nerves. This is achieved by using a wide range of techniques such as myofascial dry needling, cupping, massage and pain management strategies.


A specific massage aimed to reduce pain, stress and tension using techniques to promote movement and flexibility. Treatment can be firm or gentle depending on your personal preference and type of injury you may have.


A focused, deep tissue massage to relieve sore, aching muscles designed to increase your health and general wellbeing.


Hot Stones are used as a tool to heat and heal deep into the muscle tissue by dissolving tension and stress using a smooth massage sequence.


Helps to prepare you or wind down from a sports event. Pre-event massage is a more vigorous massage designed to warm up muscles to aid performance and prevent injury. Post event massage is used to focus on tension and toxin elimination, using slower, gentler techniques.


Leave yourself feeling refreshed and rejuvenated with a calming, smooth flowing massage to promote total deep relaxation.


Melt stress and lift energy levels using gentle massage techniques designed for pregnancy. These assist in maintaining well-being, adapting to postural changes and better managing emotional stress and tension. Our therapists use a pregnancy pillow and side lying techniques to keep you as comfortable as possible during treatment.


This involves the use of deeper and slower massage strokes, trigger point therapy, stretching and active/passive movements of the joints.

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