What is massage?

Massage therapy involves a therapist kneading or manipulating your muscles and other soft tissue to improve your overall wellbeing or treat a specific health condition.

Massage therapy describes various manual techniques that differ in how practitioners use touch, pressure and intensity to treat you. At Endeavour Wellness Clinic, we offer two different treatments:

For all techniques, the healing power of touch is known to be universally effective in relieving pain and tension and supporting mental and emotional wellbeing.

Currently, massage is offered in our Sydney and Adelaide clinics only.

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What can massage treat?

Most people use massage to treat pain and tension or to relax, but it can also be used to treat various health conditions, including:

Back and neck pain Postural imbalances Work, sport and lifestyle-related injuries
Repetitive strain injuries Circulation Muscle soreness
Headaches Stress Insomnia

What can you expect at your appointment?

Appointment length: Up to 40 minutes of physical treatment in a one-hour appointment.

On your first visit, your student practitioner and supervisor will listen to your health concerns, take a comprehensive case history and conduct a physical assessment. They will work with you to develop a personalised treatment plan and get started as soon as you’re ready.

Your student practitioner may use techniques including:

They may also recommend at-home stretches, exercises and lifestyle adjustments to increase the benefits of your treatment.

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More information

Massage is an ancient healing tradition. Historical records show ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese, Indians, and others believed in massage’s therapeutic properties and used it to treat various conditions.

After experiencing massage, many people want to learn more. If you’re inspired, the Endeavour College of Natural Health offers various courses, including a massage certificate and a remedial massage diploma.

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