Remedial Massage

What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial Massage is a technique which uses manual manipulation of soft tissues in the body. It encourages the flow of body fluids, breaks up adhesion and diminishes tension. It can also help those who through injury, illness or age are inactive. Massage could have both physiological and psychological advantages.

Massage, by itself and as an adjunct to other treatments, could also help relieving stress and other disorders such as depression.

There are instances where massage may not be recommended, such as if you are pregnant, you have skin rashes, cuts or infections, you have fractures or broken bones, or if you have a life threatening illness. Our registered practitioners will fully assess your health condition during consultation before we recommend remedial massage.


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