We have a growing team of passionate therapists, each offering their own unique talent and style from relaxation through to remedial. We can help you with injury management and prevention, or total relaxation and de-stressing.
We book by time and the type of massage that you would prefer rather than by body area. If you tell us what you are after in a massage we can match you with the right therapist.
If you book in for a remedial massage with a therapist that has a provider number you can claim your health care rebate on the spot with our HICAPS machine, just remember to bring your card. Please let us know if you are wanting to claim when booking your massage so that we can ensure that your massage is booked with a therapist who has a provider number.
You can choose from Pregnancy, Relaxation, Lymphatic Drainage, Remedial, or a combination.
A remedial therapist will use a range of styles suitable to your needs.
We also offer couples treatments in our beautiful couples room. You can use this room to have facials, massages, nails, and hand and foot treatments done together.
Relaxation Massage 30min: $55
Relaxation Massage 45mins: $75
Relaxation Massage 60min: $99
Relaxation Massage 90min: $140
Pregnancy Massage 30min: $55
Pregnancy Massage 60min: $99
Pregnancy Massage 90min: $140
Remedial Massage 30min: $60
Remedial Massage 60min: $110
Remedial Massage 90min: $150
Hot Stone Massage 30min: $60
Hot Stone Massage 60min: $110
Hot Stone Massage 90min: $150
Massage in the Salt Cave (add-on to one of the above massage): $30
We have a HICAPS machine so that you can claim on the spot.
You can only claim from a health fund if you:
have the relevant cover
are booked in for a remedial massage and
are booked with a therapist that has a provider number.
Not all of our therapists have a provider number so it is important to mention when booking!
'If you listen to your body when it whispers you won't have to hear it scream.'
Relaxation Vs Remedial - What's the difference?
A relaxation therapist is trained in total full body relaxation by relaxing the surface layers of your muscles with a gentle relaxing pressure. Your relaxation therapist can go slightly deeper to help relieve tension but is not trained in injury management. In an hours massage it's usually the whole body, and in an a 30 minute massage it is usually your back shoulders, neck and head. You can request a different sequence within that time period or particular focus on an area if that suits you better.
Your remedial massage therapist will assess your injury or condition and will use appropriate techniques to release the muscles and aid in your recovery. The pressure will be tailored to you depending on how much pressure is required to relieve your injury; remedial does not necessarily mean deep tissue and firm pressure, but it may. The therapist will combine deep tissue, trigger point, lymphatic drainage, general massage and other techniques that they are trained in. The area of the body to be massaged is discussed at the beginning of your appointment that is relevant to your presenting issues. Often stretches and exercises are recommended between each remedial appointment. Hicaps is available on remedial massages with a therapist that has a provider number.
Lymphatic Drainage is a gentle treatment that helps to move lymphatic fluid when it is pooling in an area such as the feet or arms/breast after the removal of lymphatic nodes or with poor circulation. It also relaxes the nervous system and aids the body's immune system. It is highly recommended for those prone to and recovering from sore throats, colds, infections, on-going tiredness, excess fluids, low immunity, swollen nodes and also for the physically inactive.
A sports massage is specifically for someone that has sporting injuries or ailments. It is not meant to be a relaxing massage and, indeed can be quite intense at times. Sports massage is designed to prevent and relieve injuries and conditions that are associated with exercise, by reducing the stress and tension that can build up within the body’s soft tissues while exercising.
Massage is suitable in pregnancy with a therapist that is trained specifically in pregnancy massage. It can be most beneficial to relieve stress so that you and your baby are relaxed. The pains in pregnancy such as sciatica and lower back pain can sometimes be relieved with massage. Please mention that you are pregnant while booking and whether you are after pain relief or relaxation so that we can ensure that you are booked with the right therapist.
The Far Infrared Sauna helps with sprains, strains, arthritis, muscle-spasms, neuralgia, bursitis, joint stiffness and many other muscular-skeletal ailments. It reduces pain, increases motility and range of movement, brings fresh blood to the injured area and relieves stress. Having a sauna before a massage warms up the muscles and relaxes them ready for a massage. An infrared sauna is also fantastic after a floatation therapy session.
Having a float before a massage allows you to achieve total relaxation ready for your massage. While you soak in water filled with magnesium, your muscles absorb the magnesium and relax. A float is also perfect before a sauna session.