We have continually attracted South Australia’s best physios, remedial massage therapists and support staff as a result of our culture and our values. And music. And fine coffee.
We provide premium remedial massage therapy for people that are looking for a safe and professional service.
Matthew Robinson is a highly qualified remedial massage therapist who is experienced in different remedial massage techniques.
Contact us today by calling on 8356 1000 or BOOK ONLINE to get the relief that you crave from pain, tightness and stress.
… a massage that isn’t safe for you and your condition.
Matthew has the qualifications and experience to make sure that what he provides is, above all, safe.
… a massage that isn’t satisfying or effective for helping your pain, tightness or stiffness.
Matthew will make sure it meets your needs using his communication and massage skills.
… being stuck with someone constantly talking when that ISN’T what YOU want.
Matthew will follow your lead. If you want to talk, he’ll talk. If you want quiet, he’ll give you peace.
… the massage being too painful or too light for you.
Matthew will communicate with you to make sure that it is a depth that suits YOU.
You have tightness and pain in your neck or back that you feel like you can’t shake off?
You are always feeling extra muscle tension and unable to relax?
Your body is tired and sore by the end of the week, making you grumpy and irritable?
You feel like you are only just coping with life’s stresses, and wish you had some ‘me’ time?
You are an athlete with a big event coming up and you want to perform at your absolute best?
You wake up feeling sore and wish you could have a great night’s sleep?
You struggle with anxiety or feeling low?
You have problems with arm or leg swelling?
Matthew Robinson has over 12 years’ experience in remedial massage therapy in a clinical environment.
He has also provided massage services for AFL teams, Australian Netball League teams, ATP and WTA Tennis Tournaments including international players.
Whether you are an office worker, retail worker, labourer, professional athlete, weekend warrior or someone who just needs to unwind after a stressful week, Remedial Massage can benefit you!
If you’ve never been to remedial massage therapists before, you might wonder what you should expect.
The main goal is to make sure that you are fully comfortable with the entire experience so you can relax and get the maximum benefit from your time.
Remedial massage is a confusing term because it is not a particular massage technique.
The training for remedial massage involves learning a wide variety of techniques. That training includes when it is best to use each particular type of massage.
The different massage techniques allow your remedial massage therapists to tailor a specific treatment to suit the needs of the client, based on their current immediate, and long term goals.
A common misconception is that remedial massage is painful.
While some techniques can produce some discomfort, a remedial massage therapist will always work with the patient to establish their tolerance in order to help release tight soft tissues, without overwhelming the muscles.
This is another reason that clear communication is vital with your massage therapist.
Even firm massage can have relaxing effect even though some people may experience a momentary pain or discomfort with harder pressure.
In other words, even deep tissue massage or sports massage can be quite relaxing depending on the recipient.
From gentle pressure to firm pressure, passive stretches and muscle activation, traction/distraction techniques, good Remedial Massage therapists have a range of tools at their disposal.
Massage can be a lovely “treat” and a way to spoil yourself or someone else. That’s just the beginning!
There are many benefits to massage therapy and it can be a valuable addition into a regular health, wellbeing or training program for everyone.
Matthew provides a variety of techniques. His Remedial Massage can consist of elements of each of these types of massage:
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