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Sarah Kirby

FUSE Fitness & Massage

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Remedial Massage for treatment of back & neck pain, headaches, sporting injuries, and postural imbalance.

FUSE Fitness & Massage

Servicing area

Hobart, Tasmania.

Focus areas

Fitness Cramps Private health Relaxation Circulation Headaches

Why Massage?
  • Decrease stress & anxiety
  • Enhance sleep quality
  • Recover energy levels
  • Improve flexibility
  • Increase circulation
  • Reduce fatigue

Provides effective relief for:
  • Neck & shoulder pain
  • Lowback pain
  • Headaches & migraines
  • Scar tissue damage
  • PMS & cramp
  • Arthritis


“I have been a Fuse client for a number of years. Sarah has an amazing energy that she passes onto clients. Her knowledge and professionalism is second to none. She has aided the recovery of old injuries and continues to provide ongoing support and advice to minimise reoccurrence. I always recommend Sarah to my friends and colleagues if they are looking for a personal trainer or a massage therapist."
~ Loretta

“I was referred to Sarah over two years ago. Her experience in personal training and taekwondo means she has comprehensive knowledge in how massage relates to sport, which I find extremely valuable.”
~ Jona

“Sarah's massages leave me feeling calm, grounded and well stretched. She finds the points in my neck & shoulders that release tension and give me more flexibility. Her warmth, energy and genuine interest in my well being make her massages a really healing experience.”
~ Kate

“Sarah maintains a thoroughly professional and meticulous practice. With her exceptional skill, commitment and careful attention to follow-up, I am able to manage several sports related injuries.”
~ Dale

Massage Styles

Therapeutic Massage promotes natural healing and relaxation through manual manipulation of soft tissue (skin/ muscle/ ligaments/ tendons/ fascia). Massage relieves muscular tension, helps reduce pain, increases circulation, and encourages a fuller range of movement. The measured and steady pace combined with superficial techniques is known to produce a calming influence on the respiratory and nervous systems, lowering stress levels and improving sleep quality.

Remedial Massage is a restorative therapy that combines deep tissue massage and sports massage for the treatment of muscular dysfunction. Deep tissue techniques can be used to prevent injury, enhance sporting performance, and for rehabilitation. The firmer pressure and more rapid pace combined with trigger point therapy, myofascial release, tapotement and stretching, make this a dynamic and stimulating form of massage. Remedial is effective treatment for common health concerns such as: neck/ shoulder pain, low back pain, headaches, arthritis, whiplash, muscular cramps, scar tissue damage, postural limitations, and chronic aches and pains.

Clinic FAQs

Blackmans Bay,
TAS. 7052
Mon: 11.00am – 5.00pm
Fri: 11.00am – 5.00pm
Sat: 11.00am – 5.00pm

60mins – $82
5 Pack – $380
Affiliate Rates – $74
Gift Voucher – $88 (includes express postage)

NB: Registered AAMT Member. Private Health rebates provided.
Please understand 24hrs notice is required to cancel or reschedule.

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