Registered Massage Therapy Services

Therapeutic massage can help with a whole range of conditions to relieve pain, stress and muscle tension. Our massage therapist will assess your condition and treat you directly, or work in conjunction with our physiotherapists on a course of treatment that best suits your needs.

Massage therapy is an effective and drug-free treatment for:

  • Muscular pain or discomfort
  • Muscle tension or trauma
  • Soft tissue pain
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Chronic pain relief
  • Pregnancy aches
  • Occupations stresses such as driving, office work, computing, etc
  • Poor posture when sitting, walking or standing
  • Post-accident soft tissue or muscular damage (e.g. whiplash)

To book an appointment with our registered massage therapist, call us:


What is massage therapy?

“Massage therapy is a comprehensive intervention involving a range of techniques to manipulate the soft tissues and joints of the body. The purpose of massage therapy is to prevent, develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function or relieve pain.” (Massage Therapy Act, 1991)

Massage therapy is less intrusive than other forms of manipulation therapies such as physiotherapy, osteopathy or chiropractic treatment. There is less joint manipulation involved, and more focus on muscle groups and their interactions.


What To Expect From A Massage Therapy Session

Our massage therapist will gently but firmly manipulate your soft tissue structures, such as your muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and connective tissue. Many of our patients find that a therapeutic massage promotes a sense of wellbeing and emotional health.

Types of massage therapy we offer include:

  • Relaxation massage
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Trigger point massage
  • Prenatal massage (pregnancy massages)
  • Head, neck and shoulder massages
  • Sports massages (in association with physiotherapy)


Your Massage Therapy Treatment

All massage therapy treatments are performed in a private and soothing environment, to maximize the relaxing effects of the treatment.