Massage


REMEDIAL MASSAGE

Our highly trained and dedicated remedial massage therapists are here to get your body out of tangles in a stress-free, soothing environment designed to truly focus on you.  Our massage therapists can collaborate with our in-house Osteopath for specific injury recovery or rehabilitation.

Massage is one of the fastest growing areas of health care in Australia.

What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial massage therapists are trained to access and treat muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue to help soreness, recovery from injury and injury prevention.

A remedial massage therapist may use different musculoskeletal techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofacial release, cupping and heat therapy all with the aim of reducing pain and helping the body to functional more optimally.

MASSAGE AT GOOD SELF: 

All of our therapists are experienced in working collaboratively with other health care practitioners – massage therapy is an excellent complement to osteopathy, acupuncture, myotherapy and Pilates.

Our massage space will be set-up just for you in an ambient, relaxing environment so that you can truly unwind to allow for the best possible treatment addressing your specific concerns.

We offer 1 hour and 30 minute sessions that allow for regular inclusion into your usual exercise or clinical treatment plan.

What to expect during your massage session: 

Before we get you on the table for treatment, your therapist will spend time with you finding out your specific concerns and provide an initial assessment to ensure that your treatment is specific and effective.

You will be asked to remove your clothes, down to your underwear but you’ll always be covered during your treatment – as your privacy and safety is considered as a priority. If you don’t feel comfortable with certain areas of your body being exposed or would prefer certain areas to not be treated, please let your therapist know so that they can adapt the session to ensure your comfort.

After your session your therapist will suggest that your drink plenty of water and recommend any next steps that you should take if further treatment is necessary.


Massage that works for you: 

Reducing muscle soreness, tension and stiffness

Reducing stress and anxiety levels

Increasing mental alertness

Assisting recovery after a sporting event

Treating a sporting injury

Flushing toxins and lactic acid from the body

Reducing strain on joints

Reducing chronic pain

Improving blood circulation

Improving lymphatic fluid circulation

Reducing DOMS (delayed onset of muscle soreness) following hard bouts of exercise

Reducing sciatica pain

Treating carpal tunnel

Treating headaches


Conditions that remedial massage can help:

Muscle tension – low back, neck, shoulders, elbows & knees

Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Sports injuries

Rotator Cuff Injuries

Sciatica

Chronic low back pain

Fibromyalgia & chronic pain syndromes

Frozen Shoulder

Muscle sprains and strains

Anxiety & stress

Sleep disturbances & insomnia

Headaches & Migraines

Depression / low mood

Arthritis & Rheumatoid Arthritis

Recovering from major surgery

High blood pressure


All of our practitioners believe in a functional, science-based approach to wellbeing and health care. All are highly qualified and have particular areas of expertise that allow for the perfect integrative approach.

We like to spend time with you, get to know your story and work with you on a plan to make good health happen! It doesn’t happen over night but with the right plans in place and the support you need to stay on track you can be confident that we have your best interests at heart and care about your long term wellbeing.

We like to look at things from all angles so that you feel properly taken care of.