Massage involves acting on and inspiring the client's body with pressure (structured, unstructured, stationary, and/or moving), tension, motion, or vibration done manually or with mechanical aids. Target tissues may include muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin, joints, or other connective tissue, as well as lymphatic vessels, and/or organs. Massage can be applied with the hands, fingers, elbows, forearm, and feet.

Relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injuries and other causes is one of the major benefits of massage. It can also relieve tension headaches.

  • Ben Nevin

    Massage Therapist

    • Strong Deep Tissue Massage
    • Trigger Point Therapy
    • Various Fascial and Neuromuscular techniques
    • Clinical Stretch and Flexibility

    There is instant feedback as to whether I’ve been able to help someone understand their pain and find ways together to overcome it. I spent nearly 10 years needlessly suffering chronic neck and back pain before I realised the profound effect massage can have. Massage therapy greatly aided my recovery and I feel privileged to be able to return the favour to my patients so directly.”

    Ben Nevin - Principal Physiotherapist
    1. Ben Nevin
  • Anna Kaminski

    Massage Therapist

    • Remedial Massage
    • Deep Tissue Massage
    • Sports Massage
    • Pregnancy Massage
    • Post-Natal Massage
    • Lymphatic Massage
    • Acupressure

    Daniella Thrassis - Physiotherapist
    2. Anna Kaminski