MASSAGE THERAPISTS IN THE ILLAWARRA
Massage therapy comes in many varieties and is proven to help with a myriad of health conditions. Finding a good massage therapist can be an exercise in trial and error, because we all have different preferences, both in the type of massage and the personality or style of the therapist themselves. Massage can provide relief from;
- Stress, including anxiety, depression, and related insomnia
- Digestive disorders
- Headaches, including fibromyalgia
- Myofascial pain syndrome, paraesthesia and nerve pain
- Soft tissue strains or injuries, including overuse of muscles and sports injuries
- Poor posture
- Jaw pain
If you’re unsure of what type of massage is most appropriate for you, try talking to your therapist when you book your appointment about what you’re hoping to achieve and any concerns or preferences you might have.
Trying to find the best massage therapists in the Illawarra?
Coastal Float Kiama
Coastal Village Massage Therapy
Elysian Therapies Beauty Salon
Elysian Therapies is designed to be a peaceful and relaxing environment. They have created a space that is both welcoming and serene, with soft lighting, comfortable seating, and soothing music. Whether you're there for a quick treatment or a full day of pampering, you can escape from the stresses of daily life and enjoy some much-needed relaxation.
Elysian Therapies is the perfect fusion between salon and spa and has everything you need to look and feel your best.
Figtree Holistic Therapies
Float Om Kiama
Ibah Spa Thirroul
Mason’s Remedial Massage
Mason is qualified to provide Remedial Massage Therapy and Dry Needling. These can be helpful for treating aches and pains, injuries, recovery from surgery, arthritis, improving range of motion, and of course relaxation!
HICAPS rebates are available.
North Wollongong Physiotherapy
Rebecca Davis – Counselling, Yoga and Massage Therapy Illawarra
Rebecca Davis is a Counsellor, Yoga teacher, and massage therapist specialising in mental and emotional health.
A lot of the massage work I do focuses on shifting trauma from the body and helping to rewire the brain to support recovery. I also do a lot of work with people with chronic pain, because that's something I've lived with most of my life and again, the right forms of bodywork can make an enormous difference to people's well-being and functional capacity.