RATES & SPECIALS

 

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL

Receive a complimentary 15 minute bonus on your first massage when booking a 75 minute introductory session during business hours (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).

CONCESSION RATES

A 15% discount is available for concession card holders.

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AND INTRODUCING . . .

Reap the benefits of regular Lomi Life sessions, with a complimentary massage!
No obligations – simply mention your interest in registering before your next massage.

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HICAPS health fund rebates are available for the following health funds and their subsidiaries. If your fund is not listed, it is likely to be a subsidiary. Simply check when booking your session to confirm. AHM, ARHG, Australian Unity, BUPA, CBHS, Doctors Health, GU Health, HCF, Medibank and NIB.

1 HOUR SESSION

$95

MUSCLE MAINTENANCE

Ideal for remedial / deep tissue maintenance (1.5hr initial session recommended for all sessions)

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75+15MIN BONUS

$115

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL

Book a 75min introductory session (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) and receive a 15min complimentary bonus!

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1.5 HOUR SESSION

$130

HEART, MIND & MUSCLE

The traditional, recommended session length for Lomi Lomi (/KaHuna) & Deep Lomi.

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2 HOUR SESSION

$170

DEEPER IMMERSION

A richer, deeper and more powerful holistic rejuvenation experience of pure bliss

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MASSAGE SERVICES

Michael’s signature style – this is a powerful blend that takes the Polynesian wisdom of the richly nurturing and revitalising lomi lomi (/ka huna) and combines it with the medical science of intricately technical muscular work found in modern remedial (/deep tissue) massage techniques.

Every blend is uniquely tailored to your specific needs on the day. To learn more, browse through the lomi lomi and remedial/deep tissue massage information.

A minimum 1.5 hour session is recommended (initially at least) in order to experience the full effect of this powerfully rejuvenating style.

You have not truly lived until you’ve experienced the profoundly amazing lomi lomi massage (also known as ka huna).

Lomi lomi is the Hawaiian phrase for massage. The literal translation is “to push, pull and knead”. There are many forms.

This powerful yet flowing full body Polynesian healing style can be deeply rejuvenating on multiple levels – physically, mentally and emotionally. Depending on your individual needs, it can be performed as a richly nurturing and/or a vigorously vibrant massage.

The practitioner uses the forearms and hands in long fluid strokes over the full length of the body, with focused breath work. A meditative, healing intention and the rhythmic dance like flow (tai chi-like movements) all contribute to a unique massage that heals the body, mind and soul.

The style enables the practitioner to work at all levels of intensity with grace and ease. It makes for a deep yet flowing treatment that will leave you in a revitalised, blissful state of balance and harmony.

A minimum of 1.5 hours is recommended to gain the full effect from this style of massage, (at least initially) as it allows for a much deeper, more powerful experience, however one hour sessions are available. Below is a video demonstrating Ka Huna massage (/temple-style Lomi Lomi).

Some of the potential benefits of a lomi lomi treatment:

  • Reduced muscle tension and aches
  • Feel calmer, freer, nurtured and revitalised
  • Greater resilience against common issues such as stress, anxiety, depression and grief
  • Elevated mood and a more centred, constructive, balanced head space
  • Improved circulation and lower blood pressure
  • Released energy blocks and emotions
  • Opening up of the heart
  • Improved flexibility and posture
  • Improved immune response
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Stimulation of the digestive system
  • Supports a deeper connection with self and others

Remedial/deep tissue massage is one of the most popular forms of massage therapy as it addresses the aches, pains and injuries many of us seem to fall prey to at some stage in our lives.

Remedial massage is a varied therapy and combines a number of different techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger points, myofascial release, PNF stretching and lymphatic drainage techniques to work on damaged or sore muscles, soft tissue or joints.

 

How You Will be Assessed

A detailed consultation of your problem areas will be discussed and evaluated. If you have an injury or painful point that needs work, don’t expect work to only on that body part. For instance if you have a sore thigh muscle, you may favour the other leg imperceptibly to avoid causing more pain to the original affected area, thus causing strain on the other leg.

Also, you may be feeling pain in one part of the body that is “referred”, meaning that isn’t the part that is in fact injured. Remedial massage aims to correct chronic imbalances. The techniques may be gentle or firm, deep or shallow, depending on your preference and what the issue requires.

 

What Can be Treated?

  • Muscle tightness and pain
  • Arthritis
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Tennis elbow
  • Whiplash
  • Neck and back pain
  • Scoliosis
  • Headaches
  • Sports injuries

 

What are the potential benefits?

Pain Reduction – Tension and spasm in the muscles is often the cause for the pain people have in arms, legs, back, neck and head. Using massage to release the pain at the root of the problem will often relieve symptoms such as headaches.

Injury Treatment – Muscles, tendons and ligaments are all susceptible to injury and need skilled massage and exercise to bring about improvement.

Back/Neck/Joint Mobility – Joints and muscles work together therefore if a joint is damaged or displaced, the surrounding muscles are put under strain. Remedial massage helps to relax the muscles, making bone adjustment easier. Follow-up treatment will strengthen the area, helping to prevent recurrence. Good massage is essential to heal injuries such as disc lesion in the back and whiplash in the neck.

Swelling Reduction – Massage above and around an inflamed joint encourages the fluid that is causing the swelling to disperse, promoting healthy lubrication and allowing swollen areas to return to normal size and movement.

Remove Stiffness – Overworked muscles often stiffen up, cramp or expand painfully. Deep soft tissue remedial massage works to break down the spasm and soften up the hard tissue releasing the stiffness.

Muscle Strengthening – Regular massage is an effective treatment to bring back muscle strength and tone. This is suited to sufferers of issues such as Multiple Sclerosis whose muscles have gone soft and weak or victims of a break whereby the muscle has not been used for many weeks and weakness has built due to non-use.

Calming of the Peripheral Nerves – Nerves that have become damaged by injury or infection can be treated by soft tissue massage that will help to bring in fresh blood to nourish the area. Regular gentle massage helps sensitive areas to recover and regain their natural function.

Blood Supply Stimulation – helps the blood to circulate which nourishes and re-establishes a system to keep the flesh healthier. Indications of poor circulation include cold hands and toes, swollen ankles, feet and fingers.

Toxin Clearing – Toxic poison in the muscles can take the form of persistent bruising or inflammation. Soft tissue work through remedial massage works to clear the toxins and bring back healthy flesh.

Skin Nourishment – Massage gives the skin a healthy glow, refreshing skin that has become dry as a result of poor circulation.

Beauty Therapy – Facial massage is a treatment covering forehead, cheeks, eyes, whole face, neck and shoulders. It helps to fight sagging muscles and puts the life back into tired and dry skin.