Massage Systems
Condition and lifestyle focused massage
Anatomy focused massage
Situation based massage
Adjunct and complementary services

 


Massage systems

Swedish Massage

Hawaiian Kahuna

Hawaiian Lomi Lomi

Thai Massage

Chinese Acupressure

Chinese Tui Na

Japanese Shiatsu

 

Condition and lifestyle focused massage

Specialities provide massage services designed for particular conditions or stages of life which exhibit common characteristics and or symptoms,

Baby/Infant Massage

Cancer/Palliative

Sports Massage

Pregnancy

Elderly


 

Anatomy focused massage

Massage specialities focus on reducing pain and soreness from injury or overuse; improving health and emotional wellbeing.

Systems within the body such as lymph and fascia are important and require specialist work due to the interconnecting features of organs with the entire body.

Also see Thai, Chinese and Japanese massage and Reflexology—all consider energy or meridian lines of the body as central to maintaining balance and health.

Also see Thai, Chinese and Japanese massage; and Reflexology which consider energy or meridian lines of the body as central to maintaining balance and health.

Lymphatic

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)

Myofascial

Trigger Point

Myofascial Release

Fascial Kinetics

Fascial Taping


Muscle and tendons

Deep Tissue

Remedial Bowen Therapy

Posture

Postural Integrity and Rolfing

Movement

Alexander Technique

Feldenkrais

Craniofascial


 

Situational based massage

Massage can be administered in a variety of situations, and hence is accessible to those who cannot go to a massage clinic or who have restricted movement.

Seated

Corporate

Mobile
 

Adjunct and complementary services

Depending on a client’s requirements, professional therapists will often integrate a variety of adjunct or complementary therapies into the massage or myotherapy treatment to increase theirclients’ wellbeing.

Electricity 

Myofascial Dry Needling

Aromatherapy

Cupping

Kinesiology

Polarity

Corrective Exercise

Hot Stone