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Remedial Massage

Qualified and experienced remedial massage therapists. Health funds rebates available.

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Remedial Massage

Remedial massage can help to reduce pain, discomfort and tension by releasing the pressure on muscles, tendons and ligaments and assist the body’s natural healing process. The pressure applied in remedial massage can either be strong and deep or gentle and shallow, depending on the problem.

Who can benefit from remedial massage?

Anyone who experiences pain or tension in the muscles, which is stress, work, pregnancy, leisure or sports related, remedial massage can be beneficial.

What does a remedial massage involve?

We offer 60 minutes, 90 minutes and 45 minutes of remedial massage appointments. Before the massage begins, you will be asked to lie on a massage table and you will be covered with towels to protect your privacy and to keep you warm. You are encouraged to provide feedback to your remedial massage therapist about how much pressure and depth of the massage you prefer.

What are the benefits of remedial massage?

Remedial massage can stimulate blood flow, help loosen up joints, and assist tissue healing process.   It can also reduce stress, improve mood and mental health.

Private Health Fund Rebate

Our clinic can help you claim your private health fund rebate onsite.  The amount of rebate you get from the health fund depends on your health fund policy and level of cover.

Remedial Massage Therapist | Wellbeing Physiotherapy Leederville

Remedial Massage Therapists

About Yoko Murai

Remedial Massage Therapist

Diploma of Remedial Massage 
Member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia (MMA)

Yoko has developed a keen interest in remedial massage and completed her training at Perth Evolve Massage College.

Yoko enjoys seeing clients return home with a smile after their conditions improved, and feels what she's doing now is meaningful and very rewarding.

Yoko has consolidated her skills in deep tissue massage to relieve muscle fatigue from stress, daily posture and after sports. On her experience, she finds sometimes using scalp massage can also help relieve overall tension and tightness in the body. There are many causes of pain and she works together with client to help improve the pain and assist the client to recover early.

Yoko also has a keen passion to give massage to pregnant women to support them throughout their journey of motherhood.

About Joyce Chang

Remedial Massage Therapist

Diploma of Remedial Massage 
Member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia (MMA)

Joyce is an experienced remedial massage therapist and she has completed further education in manual lymph drainage (MLD), reflexology, pregnancy massage and aromatherapy. she is also experienced in Deep Tissue, Trigger point release and Swedish massage.   

 

Joyce is actively engaged in sports and fitness.  She has also completed a Certificate IV in fitness and is finishing her Diploma in Sports and Recreation.

Remedial Massage Therapist | Wellbeing Physiotherapy Leederville
Remedial Massage Therapist | Wellbeing Physiotherapy Leederville

About Sue Keightley

Remedial Massage Therapist

Diploma of Remedial Massage 
Member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia (MMA)

Sue is keen to assist people to benefit from remedial massage to promote relief of aches and maintain muscle integrity and general wellbeing. She is committed to listening to her client’s needs and works with the individual to help with reducing muscle tension, restoring ease of movements, calming stress and anxiety, as well as improving quality of sleep.

 

Sue uses a wide range of remedial massage techniques such as deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, myofascial release, sports and pregnancy massage. She adopts a thorough and caring approach with her clients. With her skilled techniques, Sue brings about positive benefits to her client’s health and general well-being, assisting them to feel relaxed, revived and less stressed.

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Remedial massage can help to reduce pain, discomfort and tension by releasing the pressure on muscles, tendons and ligaments and assist the body’s natural healing process. The pressure applied in remedial massage can either be strong and deep or gentle and shallow, depending on the problem.

What are the benefits of remedial massage?

Remedial massage can stimulate blood flow, help loosen up joints, and assist tissue healing process.   It can also reduce stress, improve mood and mental health.

Who can benefit from remedial massage?

Anyone who experiences pain or tension in the muscles, which is stress, work, pregnancy, leisure or sports related, remedial massage can be beneficial.

What does a remedial massage involve?

We offer 60 minutes, 90 minutes and 45 minutes of remedial massage appointments. Before the massage begins, you will be asked to lie on a massage table and you will be covered with towels to protect your privacy and to keep you warm. You are encouraged to provide feedback to your remedial massage therapist about how much pressure and depth of the massage you prefer.

Private Health Fund Rebate

Our clinic can help you claim your private health fund rebate onsite.  The amount of rebate you get from the health fund depends on your health fund policy and level of cover.

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