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Remedial Massage

The word “remedial” literally means “to improve” – what could be improved for you?

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Remedial massage uses a range of massage techniques such as kneading to unbind tight muscles; trigger point work to stimulate blood flow; tapping and “pounding” techniques which stimulate the muscles; stretching muscles and ligaments; and joint mobilisation which helps to lubricate joints and increase range of movement in the area.

Sessions usually take 30 minutes to an hour, depending on whether you wish to address a specific area or have a whole body massage.

I understand that different people need different treatment. Your treatment is about you and what you need – all treatments are tailored around your preferences for the amount and intensity of pressure and the areas you are comfortable to have me work on.

I also have provider numbers for all the major health funds, so if you have massage covered in your extras, you’ll be able to claim back some of the fee.


1/2 hour – $60
1 hour – $80
(pension/seniors card and students $10 discount)

Pregnancy Massage

Looking after yourself while growing a new life is important.

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Massage can be very beneficial during all stages of pregnancy. The changes within the woman’s body, and the growing baby can cause many different aches and pains. Using a pregnancy bolster set over the regular massage table, women are able to lie on their stomach for treatment though all stages of pregnancy. The top section of the cushion can be removed to prevent extra pressure on tender breasts, while the abdominal section allows for the growing belly to be supported without causing pressure on the baby within.


1/2 hour – $60
1 hour – $80

Infant Massage

A way to engage and bond with your new born child.

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Parents are discovering that massage can help their child settle, sleep better, reduce crying and relieve problems such as wind, colic, constipation, reflux and eczema. It even helps reduce post-natal depression. Massage is more than just relaxation. Learning the right massage techniques is vital to ensure that both you and your baby experience the many benefits that massage can provide.

Classes cover topics such as suitable oils for your child’s skin; how the muscles develop at different stages; the best time to massage; reading your child’s body language cues to better understand what they need; as well as suitable strokes for each body area.

Learning infant massage is best applied by a parent or carer as the child will feel most relaxed and comfortable with them and can be a wonderful opportunity for both parents to bond with their child.


Colic class (45 minutes) – $65
Individual course (2 x 1 hour) – $160
Introductory session (mothers groups, minimum of 4 people) – $25 per person

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