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Our Service to You

We are all different

Your treatment is for you - nobody else

Based on your needs and agreement with the therapist, we may use one or more of the techniques below.

In essence they work to promote healing, improve tissue condition, increase muscle length and provide postural balance and alignment.


  • Sports Massage

    • Before sporting events to optimise performance

    • After sporting events to aid recovery

    • During training to maintain condition and optimise training effect


  • Neuromuscular Techniques

    • Sometimes our brain can hold muscles in a constant state of contraction, causing subsequent issues and discomfort. This technique works to break that cycle and return tissue to a normal balanced state. 

  • Muscle Energy Techniques​

    • Used to rebalance and lengthen muscle structures in a safe and comfortable way​

  • Positional Release

    • Sometimes muscles go into a state of spasm following an unexpected movement or reaction​. This technique acts to relax the specific area, restore blood flow and normalise the muscle - state thus relieving pain and discomfort

  • ​Soft Tissue Release

    • A method used to stretch specific areas of a muscle. Muscles are not in a constant condition through their whole length - some parts are soft, other parts tight, while a section may be damaged with a strain. This technique can isolate different areas of the same muscle for treatment

  • Friction Masssage​

    • Works in a small area across muscle fibres to release muscle adhesions to normalise muscle condition​

  • Myofascial Release

    • All our muscles are 'wrapped' in a continuous connective tissue know​n as fascia - from head to toe. Often our fascia will be tight in places, loose/normal in others and create discomfort in places distant from the point of pain. This technique acts to identify and rectify the source of discomfort.​​

  • Deep Tissue Massage​

    • Often applied as part of sports massage but​ can be used anytime. The therapist will work slowly and gradually to reach the deep fibres of a muscle. Will relieve tension, promote blood flow and restore muscle condition. Completely relaxing!

Based on your needs, it is likely the therapist will conduct a postural assessment on your first visit which may be repeated in subsequent appointments to gauge progress of your treatment.

We may also make assessments to establish tissue condition, range of motion and muscle length. 


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