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Prices for appointments starting from $70 for 30 minutes
Prices for appointments starting from $70 for 30 minutes
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Wellbeing massage Tarneit clinic is open 6 days a week including Saturdays! Multiple experienced and well trained massage practitioners available with each qualified practitioner regarded as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). Our Tarneit massage therapists are compassionate, enthusiastic and devoted to achieving patients personal goals, all practitioners are fully licenced under the Australian Massage Association.
Our modern clinics and patient centered approach works with an array of people from all different ages, backgrounds and musculoskeletal complaints.
Our Tarneit Wellbeing staff strive to provide the highest quality service in the most modern facilities.
Our Tarneit clinic has HICAPS onsite so you can claim your private health care rebates on the spot. Our massage therapists are all up to date with the latest research to ensure that they are providing the best care possible.
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
It is believed that drinking an adequate amount of water after a massage may decrease the chance of post treatment soreness the next day. The water aids with removing “toxins” that may be flushed back into the bloodstream from your muscles that massage therapist’s have worked on during treatment. Exactly how true and what sort of toxins is unknown as there is little evidence to suggest that this theory is true but many massage therapists recommend drinking water post treatment anyway.
Knots are tense muscle fibers that build up in certain muscles in our body and may elicit pain when touched. Muscular knots may be caused by a number of reasons such as: poor posture, muscular fatigue/overuse, sedentary lifestyles, anxiety/stress and inadequate diet. Postural distortion and muscular fatigue are the most common causes of tight muscular knots in our back, as constant stretching due to a prolonged flexed posture or muscular overuse may fatigue muscles causing them to be overworked and form a knot.
It is relatively common to feel dizzy post massage as there are numerous reasons why this may occur. The following are the most common and temporary reasons to feel light headed after treatment. The treatment may reduce blood pressure, rising up too quickly from the table and toxins released from the muscles to the blood may cause dizziness. If dizziness and nausea persist it is recommended to contact your local GP.
A massage therapist may require you to strip down to your underwear and will drape you with towels when deemed necessary however it’s completely up to you how much clothing you wear during a massage. The amount of clothing you remove depends on which area of body is massaged.The massage therapist will typically leave the room allowing you to get changed appropriately in private.
Massage therapy is relatively safe, it is uncommon for something serious to go wrong. Minor post treatment side effects can occur, with the most common side effect post treatment soreness, which usually subsides in 2-3 days and is a normal reaction as the treatment consists of breaking down tight muscular nodules and deep tissue pressure. Other relatively common and less serious post treatment effects may include: bruising, aggravation of injuries and mild nervous system stresses.
Deep tissue massage may feel slightly uncomfortable and tender as pain may be elicited. The treatment is aimed to break up scar tissue and muscular knots by using physical force the massage therapist may use hands, knuckles or even elbows to apply pressure to the tissue and therefore pain is a common symptom. However many people find the treatment soothing as tight muscular knots are released.
A full body massage will typically last 60 minutes which allows the practitioner to work the neck, back, arms, legs. However full body massages range between 30 minutes and 1 hour and 30 minutes depending on the clinic. Patients should allow 10 minute prior to appointments to fill out paperwork.