Our massage therapist are fully qualified remedial massage therapists.
Please send a text to Tanya on
0408 054 538 or Book online by clicking the link below.
Remedial Massage – Fix a muscular problem, Fix – back pain, neck & shoulder tensiontired/aching muscles, Full body massage, Tailor made to clear your pain, Free Zen Spray Application to sore areas, 90 Minutes massage or 60 minutes
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Please note when booking online for 1 hour massage book 3 hours in the appointment book. This allows for travel time. You will not be charged travel time.
For 2 hours book 4 hours in the appointment book if available.
Warm Bamboo Massage – Indulgent and New Massage Treatment, For Relaxation it is – light to medium pressure, New and Innovative for experienced spa participants, Uses Bamboo to stoke, roll and slide over your muscles, Free aromatherapy oils matched to your mood, 90 minutes or 60 minutes.
Massage for later life
Massage is an excellent way of preventing and relieving many of the common complaints experienced by older people. It can relieve aches and pains, arthritis and rheumatism. Anxiety, depression , heart problems, poor digestion and elimination, lack of energy and a whole host of other problems, massage enables us to live life to the fullest.
When working on older people it is vital that the room is warm since many of them feel the cold very easily. They may even wish to keep their clothes on. Try to be sensitive to the needs of the individual.
The areas which are most accessible are the hands and feet. Older people derive great benefit from having these areas massaged. Arthritis is usually a problem and pain can be considerably relieved by the use of massage. A treatment of the hands or feet is an excellent introduction to massage for the elderly. The neck, shoulders, back and knees are also areas that are prone to stiffness and respond well to treatment.
Older people will find treatment on a massage couch quite acceptable. You need to be very adaptable and roll garments up and to sometimes work through the clothes. It’s well worth the effort – the elderly adore massage.
Do and Don’t of Elderly Massage
Do check for contraindications
Do use gentle pressure as older skin tends to be thinner and more fragile.
Do massage above and below swollen areas.
Do massage unaffected joint to improve mobility.
Do advise checking out any suspicious lumps or moles.
Do use more massage oil as elderly skin tends to be dryer.
Do take care with diabetics. The peripheral circulation can be poor and, if the nerves are affected, there may be a loss of sensory function so that the elderly person will not be able to give you accurate feedback.
Don’t massage directly on inflamed joints
Don’t perform any vigorous stretching.
Don’t mobilise painful joints.
Don’t massage severe varicose veins.