Massage available at both Locations. Remedial and Relaxation
Available upon request
With remedial massage, therapists are trained to assess your body, observe changes over time, and design individual treatment plans for each client. More than just feel-good massage, they can use specific techniques to address an individuals’ injury, postural or joint issues, as well as improving circulation, reducing pain and bringing a sense of general well-being.
Energising Deep Tissue Massage
Using essential oils to awaken your senses and boost your energy levels, while applying deep tissue massage techniques, this massage is perfect for anyone feeling fatigued, mentally sluggish or even jet-lagged. Energises the entire body, increases blood flow and activates circulation, enhances oxygen levels and revitalises sore and tired muscles. It also promotes mental and physical rejuvenation.
Stress and Anxiety Relief Massage
Incorporating traditional Swedish massage techniques along with Aromatherapy, essential oils are used to release muscle tension and calm your nervous system by decreasing cortisol levels in the body. This treatment is highly beneficial to anyone experiencing elevated stress or anxiety levels or those looking to achieve a better quality of sleep.
Benefits of Massage
MENTAL HEALTH | SPORTS INJURIES | SLEEP
- Digestive disorders
- Insomnia related to stress
- Soft tissue strains or injuries
- Sports injuries
- Huge benefits when combined with floating
Our massage therapists will work with you to create an individualised treatment plan that is personalised to your goals and your body, and we have three duration options to suit your schedule. If you have a preference for what form of massage you would like, please just note this when making a booking.
- 45 Minutes for $90.00
- 60 Minutes for $110.00
- 90 Minutes for $150.00
**Currently we do not have health care rebates available for massage but we endeavour to provide this shortly.**
Floatage (Float & Massage) $130
Combining massage therapy with floatation therapy brings new benefits to the table. Floating before your massage speeds up the process of your muscles relaxing, which gives the massage therapist more time with already loose muscles. Floating after your massage is also beneficial as it further cares for the problem areas that may have been targeted in your session.