Massage Therapy

Choose a relaxing massage

or we can integrate other techniques to

enhance benefits according to your symptoms.

Massage Therapy seeks to obtain a therapeutic benefit.  Massage therapists use techniques or skills that are derived from a variety of massage styles to not only relax your whole body but at the same time, work through some of the muscle issues or “tight spots” you may be experiencing.


A Relaxing Massage is the best remedy to bring you down out of your active brain and give you that all-important ‘time out’. 

All ages will benefit from therapeutic massage, it is also suitable for people with disabilities, and people in treatment for medical conditions, some people such as athletes, labourers or stressed-out office workers, receive regular therapeutic massage to keep themselves in good physical condition. You can use therapeutic massage as a standalone treatment or part of a larger care plan.


How Does Massage Help You?

Massage therapy improves your circulation, which enhances the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to muscle cells and helps remove waste products or reduce swelling. These circulatory effects of massage may have value in the treatment of some inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis.


Relaxation Massage therapy induces a specific response to the nervous system, which lowers your heart rate, breathing rate, and blood pressure; plus boosts your immune system; and generally decreases the physical effects of stress. These effects suggest that massage may be helpful for a wide range of conditions.

We can integrate many different techniques into your massage session if you choose, which can be a little different to your average massage and ensure your getting the results you want.


What Conditions Benefit from a Massage?

  • Aids the relaxation of muscle tissue

  • decreased joint and nerve compression

  • Increased joint and muscle range of motion

  • Increased function of the body as a whole

  • Improves stress-related pain & discomfort

  • Improves Anxiety

  • General Wellbeing

  • Can aid in Blood Pressure changes

  • Arthritis relief

  • Helps build Immunity

  • Decreases pain in Minor injuries


When are the Best Times for a Massage?

For optimal results and less potential for muscle soreness post-massage, having a regular massage will keep your body from not only reacting to the positive change we are trying to provide, but it can also retrain your body to help itself and provide you with a better healthier you.

The best time for a therapeutic massage is when you feel yourself getting worked up or when you are just not feeling your best.


Others find a regular therapeutic massage every month or two to be a great dose of prevention therapy.


We even have some highly stressed patients who have weekly massages just to cope with daily life.


For advice specific to your therapeutic needs, please ask your massage therapist how regularly they feel that you should have a massage to function optimally.

Massage is provided by both Kerry and Donna.

Massage can be done as a stand-alone treatment or integrated using other therapies.

Donna can integrate Bowen and Emmett

Kerry can integrate MET and Chapmans Reflexes