We successfully treat clients with shoulder and neck conditions, tennis elbow, rotator cuff injuries, tight leg muscles, sciatica, hip, leg and feet issues.

Research has shown that in relation to exercise and athletic participation massage can:

Reduce muscle tension
Help athletes monitor muscle tone
Promote relaxation
Reduce muscle hypertonicity
Increase range of motion
Improve soft tissue function
Support recovery from the transient immunosuppression state
Support the recovery of heart rate variability and diastolic blood pressure after high-intensity exercise.
Decrease muscle stiffness and fatigue after exercise
Improve exercise performance
Decrease delayed onset muscle soreness
Be the most efficient intervention for maintaining maximal performance time in subsequent exercise tests when combined with active recovery from maximal exercise
Reduce serum creatine kinase post exercise
Reduce swelling
Reduce breathing pattern disorders
Enhance athletic performance
May help prevent injuries when massage is received regularly

Individuals who participate in exercise and athletic programs who seek enhanced performance, improved conditioning, faster recovery, injury prevention, and assistance in maintaining peak fitness can benefit from massage therapy.



It can help them train more effectively and reduce muscle stiffness and improve relaxation by reducing heart rate and blood pressure.

Recently, researchers at McMaster University, Canada, reported that deep massage after an intense workout actually causes muscles to enlarge and grow new mitochondria. Mitochondria, the powerhouses of our cells, are responsible for converting nutrients into useful energy.

Albury Branch

"The Space"
Level One,
490 David St
Albury NSW, 2640

Ph. 0427 369570