Massage TherapyMassage Therapy helps to relieve stress, muscle aches, pain, stiffness and tension build-up while also promoting relaxation, wellbeing and a better quality of life. A massage therapist can help with reducing or eliminating pain, improving joint moblity, improving circulation, improving lymphatic drainage and reducing muscular tension. Massage can also help with headaches, strokes, anxiety and depression. Massage therapy is available for everyone whether they are a local farmer, retired couples, children, families or residents who live in aged care.
The range of community clients a massage therapist may treat include discharged hospital patients, those who have suffered sporting or work injuries, people living with anxiety or depression, pregnancy and general wear and tear of the body. Techniques may vary to suit the clients.