Services | McLeod Massage Therapy

By: Mc Leod Massage Therapy  09-12-2011
Keywords: Massage, Swedish Massage, Sports Massage

Services Relaxation Massage

- A smooth, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, improves circulation and range of movement, and relieves muscular tension.

Remedial (Therapeutic) Massage

- makes use of Passive Movements and Joint Mobilising Techniques, working towards a specific goal in the treatment of the patient, and often working on a specific and limited body region until that goal is accomplished. This can be weeks to months depending on underlying condition and/or injuries.

Deep Tissue

– a massage with firmer pressure that works deeply into the muscles and connective tissues to release chronic aches and pains. It is work that involves slow strokes and deep pressure.

Myofascial Release

– a form of massage involving manipulation and stretching of the connective tissue (fascia) that surrounds the muscles of the body. Long, gentle sliding and stretching strokes are used to release muscle tension by gently releasing restrictions in the connective tissue layer to rebalance the body.

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)

– this treatment applies pressure to specific points in the muscles that are painfully irritated (trigger points) to stop the spasms and pain and restoring structural integrity to the muscle. Also known as Trigger Point Therapy.

Pregnancy Massage

– is a specialized massage which focuses on specific needs that arise during and after pregnancy. Helps reduce stress and promote general well-being relieving some of the aches and pains that are associated with pregnancy.

Sports Massage

– to help prevent athletic injury, keep the body flexible and assist in the recovery process. It is sometimes combined with other massage techniques to meet the needs of a particular sport.

Swedish Massage

– a system of massage using kneading, stroking and friction techniques to promote relaxation, increase circulation and reduce stress. The therapist, using massage oil, manipulates muscles with a variety of strokes. Active or passive movement of the joints may also be part of the massage.

Chair Massage

– is performed in an ergonomically designed chair, using a concise massage protocol, usually with the client fully clothed. The massage protocol is designed to access the areas of chronic tension in the client’s body in a short period of time, from ten to thirty minutes, without the use of oil as a lubricant.


30 minutes $42.00

45 minutes $52.40

60 minutes $63.00

90 minutes $94.50

(Includes GST)

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Chair Massage, Massage, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage

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