A comprehensive remedial massage treatment works to improve general wellbeing, relieve musculoskeletal pain and enhance recovery after exercise. It can also be integrated into your lifestyle to assist in pain management for chronic conditions, and promote rehabilitation and relaxation.
Remedial massage is often utilised after a muscle or ligament injury which impacts function, by reducing or eliminating pain, and aiding the healing process. This modality aims to balance muscle and soft tissue, tension and tone, which can in turn promote healthy joints, capsular ligaments, and bone position. It works to increase blood flow and lymph, enabling a removal of blockages, damaged cells, scar tissue and adhesions that can occur from injury.
Through their knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology, a remedial massage therapist will use the appropriate techniques to aid the body in the natural healing process to restore a state of healthy function.
In addition to the physical benefits, remedial massage is highly regarded for its ability to reduce stress and anxiety through muscular relaxation and release, allowing clients to feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a treatment.
With a diploma in remedial massage, Roxy has been in the industry for over 5 years. She is passionate about health and wellbeing and is committed to deliver the best possible treatments to suit each client’s needs. Targeting individual pain sites, Roxy is able to provide great short and long term relief for injuries or problem areas in the body, specialising in sports massage, trigger point therapy, relaxation/therapeutic massage, hot stone massage, myofascial cupping, dry needling and stretching.
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Currently studying a double degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science at Flinders University, Jade Conlon is passionate about helping people to live their healthiest life, free from pain and stress. As a qualified remedial massage therapist, Jade offers services including dry needling, relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage, stretching, myofascial release and trigger point therapy.
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