A Health Essential

    Often seen as a luxurious indulgence, massage is now celebrated for its vital role in restoring free movement and health to the body.

    Swedish Massage

    With its smooth, rhythmic movements and consistent pressure, Swedish Massage has earned its placed as the world’s favourite massage technique. Known for its ability to bring deep relaxation to muscles, its also based on scientific approaches to anatomy and physiology.

    Swedish Massage boosts circulation and plays an essential role in pain management for sports injuries and even the chronic pain of arthritis.

    Deep Tissue Massage

    If you’re coming to a massage with a stiff neck and stubborn knots, Deep Tissue Therapy is ideal for you. It applies firm pressure to deeper layers of muscle and fascia (the connective tissue surrounding muscles).

    This method is an ideal fit for those recovering from injuries, patients with Sciatica, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Migraines, Tennis Elbow, Fibromyalgia, Whiplash and those with neck and back pain from excessive computer use and poor posture.

    Antenatal Massage

    Massage Therapy during pregnancy is especially soothing for women in the later stages of pregnancy. The list of benefits is long, Massage helps with backache, leg cramps, headaches and oedema (or swelling).

    Massage during Pregnancy also lifts stress on weight-bearing joints, encourages blood and lymph circulation, and helps ease anxiety -which helps any mom-to-be get a good night’s rest.

    Angela just loves sharing her skills in Deep Tissue and Swedish Massage (which are ideal for Antenatal Massage) as well as her wisdom around healthy living during this special time.

    Post-operative Care

    The body longs to restore itself. After an operation inflammation, pain and bed rest often immobilise the body preventing blood from bringing healing nutrients to the surgery area. Many doctors agree that massage is an essential therapy to increase blood flow, accelerate healing and reduce (and even prevent) scar tissue. Massage also restores freedom of movement so that your body can get back to its pre-operation form.