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Providing Therapeutic massage in a caring,professional environment

Mount Lawley Wellness on Beaufort - Massage

Servicing area

Mount Lawley, Western Australia

Focus areas

Joy Tight muscles Movement patterns Lifestyle Fitness Shoulder pain

Providing Therapeutic massage in a caring, professional environment Mount Lawley Wellness on Beaufort offers a variety of therapeutic styles. Our goal is to tailor the clients experience based on initial interview Information and to ensure client comfort and satisfaction requirements are met.

We intend to offer massage that is effective, yet respectful of the clients personal boundaries, so that the experience is relaxing and energizing for both the client and the provider. We are mindful of the overall experience - using quality oils and lotions, appropriate scents, and soothing music, nature sounds or silence - as the client prefers.

Active Release - Active Release Technique (ART) is a new and extremely efficient treatment for most types of soft tissue injury, whether from shock, repetitive motion, or athletics. During a typical healing session, the Active Release Technique practitioner first watches the client in action, and then feels for injured soft-tissue with his fingers. Designed to relieve the muscles that surround the joints by incorporating various nerve entrapment release techniques. Active Release Technique also aims to bring back soft tissue structures that feel tensed to their original and strong conditions.

Deep Tissue (also known as Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy) - Using deep muscle compression and friction along the grain of the muscle, the purpose of Deep Tissue Massage is to unstick the fibres of the muscles and release both toxins and deeply held tension points. Specific hand positions and strokes are used to respond to various tissues while breath and movement techniques are employed to release muscular congestion. It helps to loosen muscle tissues, release toxins from muscles and get blood and oxygen circulating properly. It is both corrective and therapeutic. It is beneficial for many physical problems, including sports injuries and chronic pain. Because it works very deeply, emotional issues can also be addressed, when these have been stored in the body.

Sports Massage - Sports massage is designed to prevent and relieve injuries and conditions that are associated with exercise. It can often be quite strenuous and is meant to relieve and reduce the stress and tension that can build up within the bodys soft tissues while exercising. It can be carried out before, during, or after playing sport or exercising and uses techniques that are designed to increase endurance and performance, to minimise the chances of injury and, if there is an injury, to reduce the recovery time.

Reflexology - In reflexology, the trained sensitive hands of the therapist apply pressure to the reflex points of the feet. These points correspond to the body organs and systems. The practitioner releases blockages from imbalances and helps to restore the free flow of energy to the whole body. Tension is eased, circulation and elimination improved.

Pregnancy Massage - Massage can decrease stress and improve relaxation, improve lymph drainage, benefit muscle tone and elasticity and have a balancing effect on glands, all of which are of huge benefit during pregnancy. Also during the later months of pregnancy the growing uterus inhibits lymph drainage from the legs. Regular massage helps stimulate the lymph system preventing the build up of wastes and lymph fluid from occurring.

Lymphatic Drainage - This gentle relaxing manual treatment improves the activity of the lymph vessels by mild mechanical stretches on the wall of the lymph collectors. The pressure is superficial; contact is with the skin not the muscle. In assisting the movement of lymph fluid, this treatment is invaluable in treatment of fluid retention, oedema during pregnancy, post surgical cosmetic surgery, hormonal imbalance, constipation and digestive disorder, Lymphoedema, sinusitis and hay fever, recurring infections, migraines, arthritis, chronic fatigue, stress, and boosts your immune system.

Hot Stone Therapy - Hot Stone massage is a specialty massage that uses smooth, heated stones. It is a deeply soothing, relaxing form of massage whereby the heat helps to release tight muscles. The therapist uses traditional strokes of Swedish massage while holding a heated stone. As the stone cools, the therapist replaces it with another. The therapist might also leave heated stones in specific points along your spine, or in the palms of your hand to improve the flow of energy in your body. The stones are placed on special areas of the body which have been pinpointed to bring total relaxation to your entire being.

Remedial Massage - Remedial massage is designed to alleviate chronic pain, injury and painful or disease related conditions. - Home exercises may be given. Its more than a back - rub, it first look at your posture, then your history, initial complaint - what caused it, your lifestyle and personal information. Then taking a look at the region seeing if there is any overt pain with movement, a treatment plan can be professionally recommended. Remedial massage can alleviate most pain originating form soft tissues such as, back ache, neck pain, sore feet, sore legs or shoulder pain.

Relaxation/Swedish Massage - Enjoy a relaxing Swedish massage that has been designed to promote general relaxation, improve your circulation as well as increase your range of motion and relieve muscle tension. Great for maintaining optimum wellness as it has a positive effect on all the body systems. Using relaxing massage uses a system of long gliding strokes, kneading, and friction techniques on the more superficial layers of muscles, generally in the direction of blood flow toward the heart. This is sometimes combined with active and passive movements of the joints.

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