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Marble Surface


Massage New Zealand Registered Massage Therapist (Level 7). 


45 min $95 / 60 min $120 / 90 min $160

Remedial massage is a systematic assessment and treatment of the soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues) to aid in recovery and rehabilitation. 


It utilises various of techniques such as neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques etc., to relieve aches and pain; and help to create a favourable condition for the body to return to normal health after injury or trauma.

Hand Massage
Bench with a View


45 min $95 / 60 min $120 / 90 min $160

Relaxation massage focuses on inducing the relaxation response in the body (the rest and digest), giving the client time to recover from the stresses of daily life (the fight or flight). 

The strokes are long and smooth, rhythmic and flowing. The massage is performed in a safe and relaxing environment to promote a deep sense of relaxation, one of the most powerful state for the body to repair itself.


45 min $95 / 60 min $120 / 90 min $160

Sports massage uses techniques to achieve a specific goal when treating an athlete or anyone who is recovering from exercise.

Depending on the training schedule, pre/post-event, recovery, maintenance or injury prevention/recovery, the therapist will assess and perform treatment for the best benefit of the client.  

Discuss your goal with your therapist when coming for your treatment.

Running Athletic Women
Massage Therapy


45 min $95 / 60 min $120 

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a non-invasive manual technique that has a powerful effect on the body. It utilises techniques that are soft, gentle and pain-free. It was developed in France in 1932 by Emil and Estrid Vodder. Based on scientific, physiological principles proven to encourage lymph flow and reduce pain and fluid retention.

MLD can help with swelling, post-trauma and has been used as a pre and post-surgery treatment to improve post-surgery recovery; congestion due to chronic sinusitis; and may also be beneficial for migraine sufferers (during non-attack phase).

Other conditions that may be helped or provided relief by MLD: whiplash, traumatic eye injury (during the recovery phase), stress, bronchitis, stroke (recovery phase), post-fracture recovery, burn scar or scar in general, venous insufficiency, pre & post-hip/knee replacement recovery, osteoarthritis and pre & post-cosmetic surgery recovery.



Currently Not Accepting New Clients

Lymphoedema is swelling caused by a build-up of lymph fluid in the body. Cancer treatment involving excision or irradiation of the lymph nodes are the most common cause of secondary lymphoedema. 

Lymphoedema causes swelling in the limbs and may involve the trunk or head. Other than swelling, lymphoedema can lead to discomfort, loss of movement and tissue changes. These can all impact the patient's quality of life.


Manual lymphatic drainage is a way to reduce swelling by moving fluid from the swollen area into areas with functioning lymphatics. MLD is also beneficial for other forms of lymphoedema (primary), phlebolymphoedema and venous insufficiency. 

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Currently Not Accepting New Clients

Lipedema is a chronic condition characterised by a disproportionate increase in adipose tissue and pain in the legs (occasionally in the arms). This condition mostly affects women. The prevalence is largely unknown, and evidence has indicated the onset is likely connected to hormonal changes, such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.

Patients suffering from lipedema will have a disproportionate increase in weight around the legs (bilaterally and usually symmetrical). This means your legs are significantly larger than your upper body. The latest research indicates this is a disorder due to abnormal fat metabolism.

Lipedema is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed.
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45 min $95 / 60 min $120 / 90 min $160

Pregnancy or prenatal massage focuses on the unique needs of the mother-to-be as the body changes through the pregnancy.

Pregnancy massage may ease joint and muscle aches and pain and reduce the frequency of cramps and relieve mental and physical fatigue and stress.

Positioned for Comfort:

Pregnancy massage is performed with the client lying on her side, propped with pillows for support and comfort. 

The client will be positioned in a semi-reclining position and supported by pillows for comfort when facing up.

Pink Envelopes


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