02 9300 6033 | 71 Glenayr Avenue, North Bondi. NSW 2026

Massage Bondi.

Discover a lasting feeling of relaxation. Massage is not just about pampering yourself - it's a necessity.

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Truly, Madly, Deeply.

$80 (30 min) $150 (60 min) $180 (75 min) $210 (90 min)

Massage with deep tissue technique realigns the fascia - the connective tissue that supports our muscles, organs, nerves and bones - and the body’s deepest accessible muscle layers. Such high-pressure focus has a hugely freeing impact on posture and range of movement; melting away stiffness and muscle tension in the neck, back, and shoulders and lowering blood pressure long after you’re off the table.
We’ll design a massage treatment that’s perfect for your individual needs and likes.

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Lightness of Being.

$160 (60 min)

Lymphatic drainage massage technique targets the superficial muscle layer with light, flowing movements that relax the entire body and stimulate the lymph system, getting waste moving faster. Delicate touch is a nurturing, sensory delight. You may walk in but you’ll float out...

Positional Release (60 mins) $160
Pregnancy Massage (60 min) $160
Lymphatic Massage (60 min) $160
Couples Massage (60 mins) $320

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Massage may provide you some relief and help loosen your neck so that you can move your head without pain. If you think that there’s more to your neck pain than stress, you may find more benefit from deep tissue massage. A massage therapist can evaluate your neck to identify trigger points that may be the source of your chronic pain.

Massage therapists will relax the muscles of areas that need treatment, but also provide stretching techniques to help release the impingement. These stretches might be uncomfortable because the require shortening and lengthening of an inflamed nerve. You should consult with an orthopedic doctor before opting for a massage.

It depends on the headache type. Generally speaking, massage promotes circulation by increasing blood flow in areas that might lack blood flow. It also decreases pain from trigger points and relieves muscle tensions. When it comes to migraines, in multiple studies, massage therapy was shown to decrease the frequency and the duration of migraines.

Always consult your doctor. Massage is okay, as well as beneficial during pregnancy because it can help to increase circulation, and improve digestion. Massage can also help reduce swelling, it can alleviate the stress on weight-bearing joints. There are also studies that indicate that regular massages may lead to decreased labor time.

Even though the idea sounds great, massages alone aren’t what helps people lose weight. Massage can make the process of weight loss more positive, which encourages people to stick with it. Try to choose a massage as a non-food reward for when you reach your workout goals.

Before your appointment begins, your massage therapist will take a few minutes to get to know your health history and discuss what you’d like to get out of the session. Feel free to be open - it’s important to be aware of the power differential that can take place once you’re on the table.

It's up to you. Dressing down to your personal comfort level is the most important but keep in mind that regardless of how much clothing you choose to take off or keep on, the drape should only uncover the area being worked with and should always cover the genitals and breast tissue.

You should always tell your massage therapist if you feel pain during the massage. There should never be "ouch pain". Pain is not a sign that the massage will be effective. Your body may even tense up in response to pain, making it harder for the therapist to reach deeper muscles.

It depends. If you're pregnant take massages biweekly. Massages can help you sleep better and more easily. You should probably massage therapist weekly if you suffer from insomnia if you sit at a desk for 40+ hours per week if you're working an injury or suffer from chronic pain.

When it comes to choosing the right massage technique, it’s not just about your preferences for light or deep pressure, but also your health and physical condition right now. The best thing you can do is talk to your therapist before deciding on the perfect massage treatment.