Recover your best me
Deep Recovery Massage is a form of relaxation massage which incorporates a recovery arnica and menthol back scrub. It is a highly targeted body treatment designed to treat muscle pain and tension incorporating warm jade healing stones massage techniques.
The 60 minute journey
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Arrive 10 minutes early before your spa appointment to unwind and enjoy a cup of organic herbal tea in our relaxation lounge. Your therapist will consult with you on any pre-existing concerns to ensure that your treatment meets your needs.
Treatment may cause slight muscle tenderness in targeted areas. Drink plenty of water to re-hydrate and allow your body to recover. We recommend this treatment weekly to once every two weeks. Consult with your Therapist on treatment frequency suited to your needs.Book now
Get the most out of your treatment with our bestselling products designed to extend your treatment results.
Soothe and cool with this eucalyptus scented scrub. Infused with rosemary and menthol, it exfoliates as you rub. Ideal for renewing tired, tense and dull spots. 100% naturally derived.Shop now
This is our bestselling cult product containing natural oils including peppermint, rosemary and camphor to help stimulate and reinvigorate the skin, reduce the appearance of bruising and target tired and tense spots.Shop now
Rosehip & Inca inchi oil contain a rich source of fatty acids to help prevent stretch marks, reduce the appearance of scarring, combat inflammation and nourish dry skin. Fragrance free. Certified organic.Shop now
Your questions answered
Q. Can I claim a Health Rebate for this treatment?
A. Deep Recovery Massage is a form of Relaxation Massage which incorporates a back scrub. It is not considered as a Remedial Massage and unfortunately cannot be claimed through Private Health Funds.
Q. What kind of massage is used in this treatment?
A. Deep Recovery Massage is a form of Relaxation Massage which works further into the belly of the muscles to help release tension.
Q. Is this a Remedial Massage?
A. No, this massage is not a Remedial Massage. If you prefer deep tissue or deep pressure massages, please consult our therapist for a Remedial Massage.
Q. Is this treatment suitable for Pregnancy?
A. No, this treatment is not suitable for pregnancy. Please advise your therapist if your are breastfeeding.
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