Remedial massage is the systematic assessment & treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments & connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain & injury management. It's performed to create favourable conditions for the body to return to normal health after injury & is defined by the premise that the treatment can reasonably reverse certain physical effects a patient may be presenting. If a patient has suffered a moderate injury resulting in structural pain and/or loss of function, then remediation is required to reduce or eliminate pain & restore that function. Remedial massage is designed to balance muscle/ soft tissue length, tension, tone which will in turn promote the return to normal joint/ capsular/ bone position; increase the flow of blood & lymph, particularly in the injured areas, thus removing blockages, damaged cells, scar tissue & adhesions resulting from injury.
Meet our Massage Therapists!
Hi, I’m Lilly! The One Life Centre’s manager. I completed my Diploma of Beauty Therapy at Torrens University Australia in Brisbane. I am very passionate in learning about the human body, we have a lot of different clients from athletes, people in chronic pain & even people who are just requiring relaxation for their day. I can offer relaxation & remedial massages. I will soon be able to give out Private Health Insurance rebates.
Hi! I'm Carly, the newest member to The One Life team. I've moved from Brisbane to Rockhampton with 5 years experience in Remedial Massage. I love connecting with my clients and helping provide people with a professional and friendly service. Book in this week to help recover chronic pain, muscle soreness or injuries as that is my top priority.
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Massage uses a variety of techniques to assess, treat pain and dysfunctions within the body.
Utilising techniques including (but not limited to)deep tissue, trigger point therapies, joint manipulation, myofascial release and cupping, it aims to reduce pain and correct alignment that may arise from stressors on the body.
Stressors can include poor posture, exercise, injuries or even congenital issues.