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OUR South Morang TEAM

Wellbeing South Morang is your first choice for professional soft tissue therapy. All of our therapists are Registered Massage Therapists (RMT). What does this mean? It means that the therapist is fully trained, insured and licensed through the Australian Massage Association. What does this really mean to you?

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The Wellbeing South Morang therapists regularly complete continuing education, online seminars and courses to make sure that they are fully informed of all of the latest research and therapies to better assist in treating your symptoms. Our therapists see people of all ages and many varied conditions.

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Wellbeing Remedial Massage South Morang

Our Services:
  • Available 6 days a week
  • Professional, experienced therapists
  • Secure online appointments
  • Latest techniques
  • Access to a range of other allied health professionals
  • Onsite HICAPS
  • HICAPS insurance rebates
  • Experienced insurance rebates

About Wellbeing Massage South Morang

  • Experienced team of remedial massage therapist and Myotherapists working alongside Chiropractors
  • All therapists are trained, registered and insured
  • Our practice facilities in Pakenham are professional, new and hygenic
  • We see patients for a range of musculo-skeletal conditions
  • We work with many local allied health professionals including General Practitioners, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths and other remedial massage therapists

Private Health Insurance and Remedial Massage

If you have private health insurance which covers remedial massage you can use that here. Bring your card in for instant claiming on our HICAPS machines, just pay the gap.

Our clinic is open 6 days a week, including Saturdays. We have multiple massage therapists to suit all needs, each of them is caring and considerate.

Using new equipment and the latest massage techniques you can rest assured knowing your massage therapist are up-to-date with their knowledge and skills. Our team regularly services the areas of Beaconsfield, Officer, Narre Warren, Pakenham and surrounding areas.

Our Massage Techniques

  • Soft Tissue Release (STR)
  • Sports Massage Therapy (SMT)
  • Active Release Technique (ART)
  • Kinesiotape (Kin Tape)
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Swedish Massage – A form of massage utilising longer strokes to give relaxation
  • Deep Massage. By using slow and high pressured techniques to get deep into tissues that require some extra effort.
  • Cupping
  • Needling
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Reflexology
  • Prenatal Massage and Pregnancy Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Trigger Point Massage – Many call this knots, these can be massaged with a form of therapy focuses on these tension spots in the muscles
  • Reiki
  • Lymphatic Drainage

About South Morang Massage Therapy

  • Massage Therapists can provide techniques that help release soft tissue structures

  • Sports Massage Therapy can be provided by a qualified healthcare therapist

  • Craniosacral therapy involves light touches to the skull and sacrum located in the lower back

  • Massage therapists are trained to use a technique called myofascial release which is ued to help relax muscles

  • Some patients may choose massage during pregnancy for pregnancy related pain relief

  • ‘Deep Massage’ is a technique that involves deep and long strokes

  • Borona massage therapists may help with lymphatic drainage techniques

  • Cupping and dry needling may be used by our massage therapists

  • Active Release Therapy can be provided by a qualified healthcare therapist

  • Kinesio Tape may be used by a massage therapist

  • Massage therapists may use a technique called Deep Tissue Massage

  • Trigger point therapy may be utilised by a massage therapist

  • Reflexology may be utilised by our Boronia massage therapists which may help

  • ‘Swedish massage’ is a type of massage that utilises strokes that are circular, deep long and in some cases use vibration and tapping to help muscle fibres relax

  • Sports massage is a technique which is similar to a Swedish Massage and may be beneficial to sports people

Massage Frequently Asked Questions For Our South Morang Remedial Massage Therapists (FAQs)

FAQs

  • What is a remedial massage?
    Remedial massage is a treatment that looks at both your site of concern and the body around that site. The therapist must have a good working knowledge of anatomy and physiology to treat you with this massage type. The therapist will treat both your local issue and also look globally at the rest of the body to try and understand “how” and “why” you have these symptoms.
  • How do you give a body massage?
    This is a light pressure style of massage that starts at the hands and feet and works towards the heart. This treatment is commonly very relaxing and should be pain free. Your therapist will have warm hands and use massage oil commonly in a quiet and darkened setting to further enhance your relaxation.
  • What do you need for a full body massage?
    Time, the therapist will usually need at least 60min and trust, that the therapist is both qualified and experienced to deliver your desired results
  • Does full body massage include breast?
    No. A full body massage usually includes your arms, legs, hands, feet, back, neck, stomach and buttocks. Areas outside of these (such as breasts) will not be touched. If there are any of the usual sites, e.g. your feet, that you do not wish to have massaged, just let your therapist know.
  • How do you give yourself a back massage?
    With tools you can learn to release some tension in your back. These include balls, canes and foam rollers.
  • Why do hand massages feel so good?
    The practitioner has experience with WHERE they are touching and the amount of PRESSURE that they are using. The combination of their experienced sense of touch and your constant feedback is the gold standard.
  • What are the benefits of remedial massage?
    A therapist experienced in this style of treatment will be able to give you an accurate treatment plan. Other treatment types may treat the condition effectively, but if that condition is a symptom of another problem, the condition will likely recur.
  • What is the difference between remedial massage and deep tissue?
    Remedial massage will look at your local issues, look at the surrounding anatomical areas to see if any other issues exist, then treat that local issue. Deep tissue will treat your local issue. Both can be effective. If your deep tissue treatments are successful but the symptoms keep returning, you may want to look at a remedial massage treatment.
  • Is remedial massage painful?
    Uncomfortable at times but pain is something your therapist will want to avoid as much as possible. The therapist will be relaxing and releasing overused muscles, decreasing spasms and cramping, and improving tissue regeneration by increasing blood flow. Pain will hamper these treatments so please communicate with your therapist if pain is felt.
  • How long should you wait between deep tissue massages?
    The benefits of deep tissue massage for symptom free patients is usually once a month.
  • What happens if you don’t drink water after a massage?
    Nothing. Some therapists with less scientific grounding will say that “toxins” are released by massage and these “toxins” need diluting with water. This is not the case. If you are thirsty or tend to urinate after a massage, then have a drink of water.
  • How much do I tip for a 90 minute massage?
    Tipping is not part of the Australian workplace. Australian employees are paid a full and equitable wage, unlike the United States where low wage levels are boosted with mandatory tipping, often ~15%. If you feel that the massage therapy you received was of a level that you would like to tip the therapist, please talk to the clinic manager.

Facts About South Morang

  • South Morang is in the city of Whittlesea
  • Census data from 2016 lists the population of South Morang at 24,000 residents
  • South Morang has won a number of “Tidy Town” awards
  • European explorers founded South Morang in 1824
  • The traditional landowners of South Morang are the Wurundjeri Balug and Wurundjeri William clans
  • Farm Vigano, a gourmet pizza and antipasti restaurant is found in South Morang in a former private estate. The site has extensive gardens and orchards.
  • William Hovell and Hamilton Hume were the first Europeans to record visiting what is now South Morang
  • Common ancestries living in South Morang are Australian born (17%), English born (16%) and Italian born (13%)
  • The first South Morang post office, Morang South Post Office, was opened in 1973
  • South Morang is serviced by three (3) metro railway stations, South Morang, Middle Gorge and Hawkstowe stations.
  • The Le Page historic homestead and art gallery are a feature of Hawkstowe Picnic Area in South Morang. The homestead, built in the 1850’s, is surrounded by beautiful gardens.
  • Two Beans and a Farm restaurant/cafe on the Carome Homestead is found in South Morang
  • South Morang Football club competes in the AFL’s Northern Football League
  • South Morang is often called “The Jewel in the Crown that is the Northern Suburbs”
  • A direct railway route from Melbourne to South Morang was first opened in 1889
  • The South Morang, Middle Gorge and Hawkstowe railway stations all fall on the Mernda railway line
  • Plenty Gorge Walk is found in South morang travels through bushland and wetland home to many australian fauna such as kangaroos, echidnas, egrets and herons.
  • South Morang is an ethnically diverse area with no single ancestry clearly dominant
  • Brownlow medalist Kevin Murray played football for South Morang
  • Mill Park Library serves the South Morang area

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