MASSAGE

Remedial

Remedial massage therapy benefits you both physically and emotionally. It releases tension in muscles, tendons and ligaments, which in turn relaxes your mind. Remedial massage focuses on specific areas of the body that are dysfunctional or tight. By focusing on these problem areas, the therapist helps repair muscles and tissues by :

  • Stimulating blood flow which removes toxins in the muscles
  • Toning and relaxing muscles to improve joint mobility
  • Easing stiffness and tension
  • Assisting the body with its own natural healing process

Remedial massage also has strong supportive role in preventative health maintenance. Healthy pain free clients are often frequently surprised to discover that they have physical tightness and mental stress, that is released by a regular treatment plan. Stable Massage clinics in St Kilda, Melbourne CBD, Fitzroy North and Prahran have experienced teams of therapists with a high success rate in pain relief for non specific neck and back pain, tendonitis and a range of other ailments.

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Sports/Deep Tissue

Sports massage contributes to peak muscular functioning and promotes a quicker return to maximum training levels. It helps in both injury rehabilitation and prevention: preventing muscle and tendon injuries, assisting with post training recovery, reducing chronic strain, and facilitating the recovery from myofascial injuries. Relief of tightness in the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue is achieved through the focus on knots and specific tension areas.

High level sports athletes are keenly aware of the role that early intervention and maintenance, plays on reducing and preventing future breakdowns. The same principle can benefit everyone.

Regular sports massage focuses on the prevention of developing chronic injuries and aids in the healing process of current ones.

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Relaxation/Swedish

Massage therapy affects your whole being physically, emotionally and mentally. Generally regarded as the most common form of relaxation massage, Swedish massage involves a combination of five basic strokes, concentrating on the muscles and connective tissues of the body for improved circulation, relaxation, pain relief, overall health maintenance and well being. A full body massage reduces tension, improves blood circulation, increases mobility and the range of motion in joints. It stimulates and soothes the nervous system, and relieves aches and pains, bringing about a sense of total relaxation.

Our four clinics provides qualified Swedish masseuses for relaxation massage.

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Myotherapy

Myotherapists assess and physically treat muscular pain, injury and dysfunction affecting movement and mobility. Symptoms can include reduced range of motion of muscles and joints, stiffness, fatigue, headaches, weakness, numbness or tingling sensations. Myotherapy uses a range of techniques including dry needling, cupping and remedial massage. It restores and maintains the soft tissue structures, and is useful in both rehabilitation and prevention. The aim is to treat not just the symptoms, but the underlying causes of joint, muscle and nerve injuries , to get you back to your optimal daily performance.

Stable Massage clinics in St Kilda, Melbourne CBD, Fitzroy North and Prahran have highly qualified myotherapists trained to treat everything from headaches to sports injuries, arthritic pain, poor posture, inflexibility and fibromyalgia.

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Pregnancy Massage

While being a mum-to-be can be an exciting period in one’s lives, it can also cause physical discomforts as the pregnancy progresses. Pregnancy massage is an excellent way to relieve those aches and ensure that you are as comfortable as possible in the final stages.

Pregnancy massage has proven to reduce swelling weight-bearing joints as well as sciatic pain that typically occurs from lower back to the legs. By promoting relaxation, pregnancy massage aims to reduce fatigue, insomnia, and anxiety. A pregnancy massage also creates positive changes by releasing endorphin into the nervous system and brain, helping with pain management.

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STABLE MIND + STABLE BODY = STABLE HEALTH