Our Treatments

Sports Massage

Sports Massage was developed with athletes in mind (before and after an event) to prevent injury, maximise performance and speedy up recovery. Regular treatments can reduce pain associated with work-related, daily activities and postural imbalances, maintain muscle strength and flexibility


A form of Traditional Chinese Medicine dating back to 3000BC. In TCM, Qi or energy flows through meridian channels around the body. Illness and injury are thought to be caused by an imbalance in Qi flow. Acupuncture aims to restore this balance by needling into specific pressure points to initiate a physical healing response

Strapping & Taping

The goal of taping is to stabilise an injury. Zinc Oxide tape is rigid and used to restrict movement of a joint during training or a sporting competition.
Elastic Adhesive Bandage (EAB) may be applied for further support. Flexible K Tape assists muscle function, relieves pain by de-loading painful tissue and facilitates normal movement patterns

Injury Rehabilitation

Health conditions, disease, trauma and injuries causes physical limitations. Rehabilitation involves following an exercise plan to enable the return to daily activities, manage pain, increase flexibility, endurance and maximise wellbeing

Dry Cupping

Plastic cups are applied to the skin to create a vacuum to the muscle and fascia. The upward stretch is formed by the use of a hand-held pump which reduces muscle tension and improves range of motion.
Dry Cupping initiates a healing response by increasingly circulation, oxygenation and nutrient uptake in the tissues, removing waste products and stagnant blood

Dry Needling

Dry Needling Involves the use of sterile, disposable stainless-steel needles inserted into the skin and muscles. Sensation of the treatment varies from tingling, warmth to a dull ache. Dry Needling is aimed at deactivating trigger points which are hyper sensitive nodules (knots) in muscle, facilitate relaxation and reduce pain

Tui Na

Tui Na means to “push and grasp”  which uses pressure and movement techniques to promote Qi flow and restore balance.
It dates back to ancient China and is based on the same medical theory as Acupuncture. In TCM, there are believed to be 361 Qi (pressure) points, each one with a specific therapeutic function to initiate a healing response

Joint Mobilisation

A hands-on treatment which involves application of pressure over a stiff, painful or compromised joint to improve its overall function. Rhythmical oscillations are used to increase range of motion, reduce pain and sensitivity in the targeted joint

Treatment Pricing


Initial Treatment

60 minute treatment for new patients


Follow Up Treatment

60 minute follow up appointment

Cancellation Policy

As a courtesy, a reminder text messages and/or emails are sent to all clients the day before their appointment.

To reschedule or cancel an appointment without incurring a charge, at least 24 hours of notice is required by phone, text or email. This is to provide an opportunity for other clients to book during that time slot.

Please be aware, appointments cancelled within a 24 hour the notice period will be liable to the full fee of the treatment being cancelled.

Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.