Remedial Massage

Remedial massage includes the use of a number of soft tissue techniques designed to relieve pain and tension from injury or stress.  Remedial massage can improve flexibility and relieve headaches and back pain through the application of trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage,  dry needling or other myofascial techniques.


Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is an ancient technique in which a local suction is created on the skin. This effectively mobilises blood flow in order to promote healing. Cupping therapy is beneficial for myofascial and trigger point release, as well as mobilisation and relaxation. It improves the structural integrity of connective tissue allowing relief from general aches and pains.

Relaxation Massage

The aim of therapeutic relaxation massage is to promote overall wellbeing, and deep relaxation, through the use of flowing strokes, and pressure to suit the client.  Stretches and mobilisation may be included in the massage.  Clients report feeling mentally and physically balanced following therapeutic relaxation treatment. 

Dry Needling

What is Dry needling?  This treatment involves single use, sterile, filament type needles (which are very small needles) inserted directly into hyper-irritable points (or trigger points) in muscles. This will assist to alleviate pain and dysfunction, stimulate healing and increase and restore range of motion.