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Enjoy a therapeutic massage from a qualified remedial massage therapist 


30 Minute Massage


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60 Minute Massage


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90 Minute Massage


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Spiral Stabilization for the back with Soňa


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Spiral Stabilization follow up with Soňa (exercise only)


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First time clients will received a link to an online booking form in their confirmation email.
Please fill in the details before you attend.

For bookings for children 12 and under, please contact us.

A $5 surcharge applies for Sunday Massages.

On-the-spot healthcare rebates to most major funds via our HICAPS system.

Exercise clothes required for Spiral Stabilization appointments.

Types of Massage

Types of Massage

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Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage is the application of a range of diagnostic strategies to identify clients and their conditions as suitable for remedial massage therapy. The trained therapist will then apply the appropriate  Remedial Massage Techniques, such as Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Release, Sports Massage, to name a few. Therapists have achieved a Diploma of Remedial Massage from a recognized Training Organisation.


The beauty of a trained Remedial Massage Therapist is that they may use one or more of the above listed techniques to suit the needs of the individual client.


Our sessions include Assessment, Massage, Exercises/stretches and reassessment. So, yes, there may be homework in the form of stretches, strengthening exercises or revision of work set up or postural advice.


We do work closely with other Health Professionals, so will refer when necessary if we believe the condition is beyond our scope.

Remedial massage is used to treat soft tissue injuries such as back pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow or postural issues that are work or activity related - such as office workers, musicians, gardeners or tablet and mobile phone use.

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Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a form of bodywork geared toward participants in athletics, or anyone undertaking strenuous physical activity. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition. It also helps athletes recover from workouts and injuries. Sports massage has three basic forms: pre-event massage, post-event massage, and maintenance massage.


At Hills Massage we treat everyone from weekend warriors to elite world class athletes.

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Spiral Stabilization for the back

Spiral is a simple exercise method invented by a Czech medical doctor and proven to be successful in Germany for over 20 years. The exercise technique uses spiral muscle chain training to naturally create spinal traction and relieve pressure on the intervertebral discs.


Using the specially designed resistance cord strengthens muscle weakness, stretches muscles to reduce tightness and eliminates muscle imbalances within the body that are often the cause of clients’ conditions.

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Deep Tissue

Deep Tissue techniques are to reach deeper muscles in the body. It is a common belief that Deep Tissue Massage is painful; this is not always the case. The techniques used are mostly slower than the more superficial Swedish techniques and use less oil. Transverse frictions, which are applied across a muscle or joint, are the only ‘faster ’deep tissue technique. These are very helpful to use on scar tissue as well as helping post injury adhesions.

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Relaxation/Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage is a massage technique that is used to relax the superficial muscles in your body. A therapist will use palms, heels of hands, knuckles and forearms to glide over your skin and reach that top layer of muscles underneath. Swedish Massage is considered a great foundation to transition into more technical remedial massages or stand alone to provide a great relaxation feeling.


Benefits of Swedish massage may include:

  • Lowered blood pressure

  • Decreased stress hormones

  • Reducing physical and emotional stress

  • Increase nutrient supply to muscles

  • Improve sleep


We also run Couples Massage Workshops/Retreats that teaches you and your partner Swedish Massage Techniques.  

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Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is an interactive hands-on technique for evaluating and treating the whole body via its fascial network. This technique focuses on the fascia, a type of connective tissue, to help balance the soft tissue and body, and increase flexibility and promote ease of movement. It again is a VERY slow technique, where the therapist may sit for a few minutes in a stretch like position.

Myofascial Techniques aim to:

  • Reduce adhesions in the fascia/connective tissue

  • Increase range of motion of joints

  • Restore elasticity

  • Lengthen contracted tissue


Pregnancy Massage

Our experienced team can help you at various stage of your pregnancy. We have a pregnancy pillow that allows the client to lie face down.

Please note if you are considered a high risk pregnancy please have written clearance from your Doctor. If you are unsure please seek medical advice.

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Trigger Point Therapy

Dr's Travell and Simons defined a Trigger Point (also known as a myofascial trigger point) as a" hyperirritable spot in a skeletal muscle". The spot is painful on compression and can give rise to characteristic referred pain, referred tenderness, motor dysfunction and autonomic phenomena. This means, you might push on a part of a muscle, and you get pain somewhere else in the body, or it can cause restriction of movement.


Myofascial trigger points are commonly seen in both acute and chronic pain conditions. Common Trigger Points in the Upper Trapezius muscle (top of your shoulders) often have referred pain that travels to the temple and therefore causing a headache if active. 


Our skilled therapists are trained to locate Trigger Points and release them as well as looking at stretches and advice on how to minimize or stop their return. 


Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage is a therapeutic technique with origins in India that focuses on massaging the scalp, face, neck, and shoulders to promote relaxation, improve circulation, and relieve tension. This traditional form of massage has been practiced for thousands of years and is based on ancient Ayurvedic healing principles.

It is believed to stimulate the flow of energy throughout the body promoting overall well-being. Indian Head Massage is commonly used to alleviate headaches, reduce stress, and improve sleep quality, making it a popular choice for holistic wellness.



Additional inclusions

We also have Kinesiology/Rock taping and Vaccuum Cupping that can be incorporated into your sessions, please ask your therapist when booking if you are interested.

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