Musculoskeletal Therapy:

» Pain Treatment & Management
» Postural Assessment & Correction
» Cupping & Dry Needling
» Rehabilitation Stretching & Strengthening


» Remedial Massage
» Sports & Deep Tissue Massage
Pre & Post Events
Injury Management & Prevention
Trigger Point Therapy
» Lymphatic Drainage Massage
» Pregnancy Massage
» Relaxation Massage

30 min consultation
& treatment


45 min consultation
& treatment


60 min consultation
& treatment


90 min consultation
& treatment


120 min consultation
& treatment

Musculoskeletal Therapy
Musculoskeletal Therapy (MST) is the systemic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue in the body. It assists with: pain and injury management and prevention; rehabilitation; and postural awareness and correction. It incorporates “hands on” soft tissue and mobilisation techniques, as well as home stretching and strengthening exercises, designed to target the whole muscle and skeletal systems. Back pain, neck pain, headaches, joint aches, muscular dysfunction and injuries are some conditions that Musculoskeletal Therapy is effective at treating.
Cupping has ascended from ancient Chinese medicine where glass cups were applied to the skin and heat was used to form a vacuum to draw the superficial muscle up into the cup. Modern times have seen the use of plastic cups with vacuum pumps to increase ease of use and safety from naked flames. It is used to promote circulation of blood and lymph, to remove toxins from the muscles and to stimulate muscle and fascia release. Where compressional techniques such as trigger point therapy are too painful, cupping can provide similar effect with less pain. The benefits of cupping can be seen in tissue several inches under the skin.
Dry Needling
Myofascial Dry Needling (MDN) is a technique used by physical therapists to promote healing in the body. It is an invasive form of treatment, however, if performed by qualified therapists it in most cases it is relatively pain free. Although it appears to be similar to acupuncture, indications for treatment and its rationale are quite different. Rather than traditional Chinese meridian points and energy channels, MDN focuses on dysfunctions in the musculoskeletal systems: muscles; tendons; ligaments; and fascia. Inserted into “Trigger Points”, it stimulates the nervous systems reflex arc which encourages the muscle fibres to release.
Remedial Massage
Remedial Massage is performed to help create positive conditions in the body and promote healing after injury. It is designed to: balance length, tension and tone in muscle and soft tissue; improve joint function; increase blood flow; and move lymphatic fluid. It also helps to remove blockages and damaged cells.