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Remedial massage can treat a variety of muscular skeletal conditions such as work related injuries, sporting injuries, shoulder problems, general muscle tightness, neck and back pains, restricted movement in joints, headaches and postural imbalances.

 Some of the techniques used are

  • Massage
    • Deep tissue
    • Lymphatic
    • Pregnancy - only from 2nd semester onwards and with belly pillow, so you can actually lay on your stomach.
    • Sports - offer various specialized techniques to support the body's healing process for knotted, tight, weak or damaged muscles.
    • Swedish (relaxation) massage - a nurturing, gentle treatment that leaves you feeling utterly blissful and relaxed!
    • Oncology Massage
  • Muscle energy techniques
  • Trigger point therapy

Some of the benefits of remedial massage are

  • Assists in the healing of injuries
  • Improving joint mobility
  • Increased performance
  • Postural imbalances
  • Relief of general stiffness, aches and pains
  • Toning and relaxation of muscles

     

Our Team of Remedial Massage Therapists

Kuniko Tanaka

Kuniko-Picture-3Kuniko qualified as a Remedial Massage therapist in 2014 and since then has enjoyed helping clients by relieving their pain, increasing their range of motion, and improving their quality of life through massage.

Her goal is to achieve efficient and effective results through engaging with soft tissue and by therapeutically applying light or firm pressure leading to ultimate relaxation.

She is a member of Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT).

She moved to Perth in 2008 from Tokyo and since then she is enjoying the laid-back Australian life with her better half and their Cockatiels.
 

Tyson Fredericks

Tyson-Fredericks-headTyson graduated from North Metropolitan TAFE with a Diploma of Remedial Massage.

After working in the welding industry for 12 years, Tyson decided on a complete career change and discovered a passion for helping people reduce pain levels and increase mobility through Remedial Massage.

Tyson combines his client’s medial history with his knowledge of anatomy to identify the cause of pain and discomfort, then determining which modalities to apply.

He uses Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage and Myofascial Release to achieve the best possible result in each session.

He has a particular interest in sports massage but is currently enjoying treating a wide range of patients, developing his skills across the board.

He is a member of Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT).