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At Wellbeing Massage Werribee we offer professional soft tissue therapy across 6 days a week. All our practitioners are fully qualified as Registered Massage Therapists (RMT) and insured through the Australian Massage Association. We offer onsite HICAPS facilities that allow you to claim your insurance rebate immediately. Our committed therapists have experience working with a range of conditions and take a personalized approach to your care.
At Wellbeing Massage Werribee we are dedicated to helping you reach your health goals by providing you with the highest quality treatment. Our practitioners regularly attend courses and seminars to ensure they’re practicing in line with the latest industry standards and research.
Our team services residents from the communities of Werribee, Wyndham Vale, Tarneit, Point Cook, among others. We’re passionate about the health of our local community in Melbourne’s west. Only a 10 minute walk from Werribee Station and with many on road parking options close by, we’re easy to get to.
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.
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
What are the do’s and don’ts before and after a massage?
On a physiological level, massage increases the circulation of lymph and blood. This effectively enhances the function of the immune system and nourishes the soft tissue and cells throughout the body with essential nutrients carried by the blood.
To work on your shoulders we recommend using the hand of the opposite shoulder you want to work on and bring it across to gently press on the muscles surrounding the shoulder. Gently work your way up to the muscles on the side of the neck. To massage your back you can lie on a spikey therapy ball or a tennis ball to help work in to your back muscles.
When starting a massage, cover the client’s body with towels and only expose the area that you are working on. You can start massaging any area of the body by first applying oil and kneading into the muscles to release tension. Areas of the body that are commonly massaged are the back, shoulders, hands, feet, legs, arms and torso. Breasts and genitals are never included in a full body massage.