Our Services

Massage Therapists
  • Remedial Massage

    Remedial Massage

    The aim of a Remedial Massage is to help your body return to your normal movement patterns after an injury or period of reduced movement which has had an impact on your bodies mobility or function. Your therapist will do an assessment with you to see how your body is moving, or has been affected by your injury and then work with you to develop an appropriate treatment and treatment plan.

    The aim of this is to have you return to your usual levels of functionality as best we can. Your therapist may incorporate soft tissue therapy techniques, stretching, joint mobilisation, dry needling and myofascial cupping into your Remedial Massage session.

    Remedial Massage can form part of a whole treatment plan for the management of chronic pain conditions, recreational or occupational injuries or postural conditions.

    People often seek out Remedial Massage treatments to assist with conditions/injuries such as:

    • Lower Back Pain
    • Neck Pain
    • Headaches/migraines
    • Muscular Strains
    • Parkinsons Disease
    • Arthritis
    • MS
  • Sports Massage

    Sports Massage

    Sports massage by CBR Massage is suitable for people with physically demanding jobs as well as athletes of all abilities. It is designed to increase endurance and flexibility of the muscles, prepare muscles for optimal performance and reduce the time needed for recovery. The speed of the massage will be determined by the timing of the session, whether it be prior to an event, during or post event.

  • Relaxation Massage

    Relaxation Massage

    The aim of a Relaxation Massage is to slow down your nervous system and thought processes. In a world where we are all very busy, it is important to take some time for yourself, to slow down and refuel your energy stores. This enables you to continue doing all of the things that you want to, or are important to you.

    Relaxation Massage has many benefits, some of which include:

    • Promoting sleep
    • Temporary blood pressure reduction
    • Increases circulation
    • Clams the nervous system
    • Lowers the levels of the stress hormone, cortisol
  • Dry Needling

    Dry Needling

    Dry needling is an effective treatment technique that targets myofascial trigger points which have become hyper irritable. It is the use of a single filament needle that is inserted into active trigger points, or taut bands of muscle, in order to deactivate and resolve the painful spot, helping to decrease muscle pain and myofascial dysfunction.

    Dry needling is not to be confused with the Traditional Chinese Medicine practice of acupuncture. Dry needling is based on Western anatomical and neurophysiological principles and is now widely used in manual therapy fields.

  • Pregnancy Massage

    Pregnancy Massage

    Pregnancy massage by CBR Massage is designed to suit the needs of the mother, right through from the early stages of pregnancy through to full term.

    It is an ideal way to address pain and discomfort, providing a degree of relaxation and relief.

  • Lymphatic Drainage

    Lymphatic Drainage

    Lymphatic Drainage is a massage technique that is used to help the flow of fluid within the body.
    It’s a slow and very light technique which involves light strokes on the body in an upwards direction towards the heart. It involves pumping of the lymph nodes and lymph organs to increase the function of the Lymphatic System.

    It is generally used for people that have had cancer and had lymph nodes removed from their system. It can also help people who have fibromyalgia and can reduce stress and improve circulation.

    Unfortunately, lymphatic drainage is currently unavailable.

  • Corporate Massage

    Corporate Massage

    Corporate Massage by CBR Massage – we come to you!

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    Event & Conference Massage

    Event and Conference Massage by CBR Massage helps put the finishing touch to your next event.

    We provide seated massages to reward your attendees who have been engaging in physical activities, sitting, or standing for long periods of time.