Studio Blue Massage Therapy
Hayley has completed her Certificate of Relaxation massage and is a natural when it comes to treating clients. She has a passion in natural, relaxation therapies and is becoming a sort after therapist under guidance from professionals in the industry. She plans to continue her studies and explore other avenues of spa treatment therapies.
Cortney holds a Diploma of Remedial Massage, Advanced Dry needling and Level 1 Rocktape Certificate as well as a Diploma of Professional Pilates. She has an abundance of experience working with a diverse variety of people in different sports, occupations, conditions, kids, elderly and is also confident working with pregnant women. With over 1000 hrs of experience at her former workplace, Synergy Healthworks Physiotherapy Wagga Wagga, she has gained a knowledge of professional networking between other allied health professionals to get the best outcomes for her clients. With her great knowledge of anatomy and her caring personality she is sure to provide a great massage therapy treatment.
30 Minutes $55
60 Minutes $90
90 miniutes $140
The assessment and treatment of Muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues. Aiming to treat and promote healing to injured and sore muscles. Cortney holds a Diploma of remedial Massage as well as an Advanced Dry needling certificate allowing her to combined a variety of techniques to treat many conditions such:
General muscle stiffness/soreness
DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscles Soreness)
Chronic Musuloskeletal Conditions
RSI (Repetitive strain Injury)
Therapeutic massage allows you to bring the body and mind into balance. Focusing on creating a relaxed and rejuvenating experience through different relaxation massage techniques and the use of Doterra essential oils creates a perfect combination for your ideal massage. Relaxation massage can help with the following:
Stress and tension
Dry Needling is a form of manual therapy, where the therapist inserts a sterile and disposable (Dry) Needle, without injectate into, alongside or around, nerves, muscles or connective tissues.
Dry Needling has been developed for the management of pain and dysfunction in neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
Trigger point needling is only one part of needling, neuromuscular Dry Needling – involves not only myofascial trigger points but also: neural, connective tissue, non-trigger points around joints.
Dry needling is not trying to move qi or diagnosing via TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). It is purely based on current neurophysiological research.
The focus is on key areas of concern, as assessed by the therapist. Several trigger-points can be treated in a single session, with three to four treatments most often appropriate to eliminate those that persist. Some local pain or tenderness may be felt post-treatment as a normal healing response of the body.
Dry Needling can be included into Remedial/Deep Tissue/Sports Massage Treatments.
"Basically Dry needling is an multifaceted approach that targets all tissues dysfunctional tissues.”
– Jörgen Forsberg