Chris Allen Therapies For Wellbeing
Servicing areaServicing all of Adelaide
Conveniently located in Hackney, my clinic is open to individuals by appointment. For corporate clients with multiple bookings, an on-site visitation at your own premises in the Adelaide metropolitan area and the hills can also be arranged. Please call for details.
Clinical massage is available to individuals of all ages. In a typical consultation, we first discuss any existing conditions and then proceed with a suitable treatment. Sessions take place in a private and relaxing setting, and all areas of the body remain covered with warm towels except those being worked on.
Corporate massage services are available to organisations of all sizes. Treatments can be administered on-site (over clothing) and in complete synergy with the working environment. Individual sessions can range from 15 to 30 minutes per person and a minimum of 2 hours total is required for all bookings. Please call for details.
Apart from Remedial Balance, Bowen Therapy and Postural Balancing, the following remedial and therapeutic options are also available:
With ancient roots in Chinese medicine, modern reflexology is based on the principle that the foot has reflex points that correspond to the various structures and organs throughout the body. Subsequently, health problems in the body can usually be detected in the corresponding area of the foot and stimulating the reflexes using specific techniques can cause a direct effect on the corresponding organ.
A simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing that works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery. It originated in Japan, where it is used for stress reduction, relaxation and pain relief by channeling energy to assist in the healing process.
This technique stimulates the lymphatic system to improve function and assists the removal of excessive fluid and/or oedema build-up in the system by applying a specific amount of pressure and rhythmic circular movements to stimulate flow.