Remedial massage is one of the oldest forms of natural medicine. Our resident massage therapists are specialists in remedial massage and combine ancient massage techniques with modern methods to help clients recover from injury, treat pain, discomfort and improve general health and well-being. Remedial massage therapy targets problem areas within the body to help restore a balance of the muscular, nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems as well as the skin and connective tissues.

 
 

Once only considered a luxury, regular massage has been proven to assist with many common stress-related medical complaints, including muscular tension, stress, anxiety, insomnia, elevated blood pressure, discomfort caused by arthritis, headaches, digestive disorders and many more. Massage helps by increasing oxygen and blood flow to targeted areas of the body, enhancing recovery time of some soft tissue injuries. Regular massage also helps the body to expel waste and toxins and can help in the promotion of increased feelings of well-being by reducing stress, anxiety, depression. Our massage therapists specialise in Remedial Massage, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage as well as Trigger point therapy and Myofascial cupping. Please let us know what type of massage you are after at time of booking so we can make sure we can recommend the most suitable massage therapist.

 
 

Benefits of Regular Massage

  • Improved circulation 

  • Helps to eliminate wastes & toxins from your body
  • Strengthens your immune system
  • Relieves tension & stress by encouraging relaxation
  • Improves rehabilitation after Injury
  • Enhances Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Improves flexibility and range of movement
  • Stimulates the skin and nervous system
  • Enhanced oxygenation of the brain and internal organs

Regular Massage can help with

  • Relieving stress & anxiety
  • Improving overall sense of wellbeing
  • Some digestive disorders
  • Headaches related to tension and stress
  • Insomnia related to stress
  • Soft tissue strains & sporting Injuries
  • Fibromyalgia
  • High Blood Pressure