If you answered YES to any of these questions, then our remedial massage therapist, Rachelle, is here to help you.  Rachelle is a qualified massage therapist who uses many techniques to ease tight and sore muscles, improve circulation, reduce stress and make you feel great again! 

The Personal Best Difference

Rachelle is experienced using many techniques including myofascial release, trigger point therapy and cupping.  She will always adjust the treatment style or depth depending on your problem, past experience and stage of recovery.  Rachelle communicates with your other allied health providers to ensure you get the best outcome from your session.  In the event that massage might not be the best option for you, she will refer you onto another member of our team who can assist.

What Should You Do Next?

If you’re ready to start feeling better today, call Mary, Phoebe or Racquel on 6056 6616 and they will help you find a day and time for you to come in for your Massage Session.  If you’re browsing after hours, send us an email through our Contact Us page and Mary will get back to you as soon as possible with our appointment availability.  If you have private health insurance with extras cover you can claim a rebate on your massage session on the day using our HICAPS facility.

What to expect in your Massage Session

When you come in for your Massage you will feel welcome and cared for with the focus all on you.  Rachelle will take the time to find out about exactly what you want from your session, identify problem areas and use various techniques to ease tight, sore or aching muscles.  Your initial Massage lasts 60 minutes to make sure we cover all the areas that are important to you.

Thinking of Someone Else?

Sending a GIFT VOUCHER for a Massage to a friend, spouse or loved one shows you care!  Call Mary, Phoebe or Racquel at our front desk today on 6056 6616 and ask them to help you give the gift of Massage!

When should you see a Remedial Massage Therapist?

Remedial massage is a safe and effective form of treatment for a variety of problems and conditions including:

  • Low Back and Neck Pain
  • Muscle strains or injuries from work or sport.
  • Postural pain from too long at your workstation
  • Stiffness from repetitive work activities
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Muscle stiffness following hard training, getting back into activity or events
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Stress relief