Spinavita offers a wide range of therapeutic massages to help with the health of your mind and body. Take a look at our menu of services below. We look forward to seeing you at the clinic.
Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils and extracts from the flowers, fruits, leaves, stems and roots of plants, shrubs and trees. The therapeutic use of aromatic oils dates back to ancient times and was particularly popular in Ancient Egypt and the Far East. Aromatherapy massage is a gentle, flowing treatment that may help to relieve pain and alleviate tension and fatigue. The use of essential oils creates a feeling of calming energy and has a powerful effect on both body and soul.
Neck and Back Massage
Sitting behind a desk all day can leave you with a stiff neck and low back pain. This massage is great for when you’re short on time and need to relieve stress and tension. By combining deep tissue techniques with trigger point therapy, you will get relief right where you need it. This massage aims to boost your circulation, relax muscle tension and relieve stress. This massage is perfect for your “on the go” lifestyle while trying to attain a healthy work-life balance.
Swedish Full Body Massage
This massage focuses on relaxing the entire body. This is one of the most commonly known types of massage. Swedish massage involves long gliding strokes toward the heart. This massage is able to relax your body as well as your mind. You can expect to benefit from a decrease in stress and overall muscle tension. Your body will thank you for the boost this massage gives to your circulation and immune system.
Reflexology is a complementary therapy that uses pressure points on the feet to help activate the circulation and nervous system. By using the feet as a map of the whole body, reflexology consists of the application of manual techniques to enhance a state of physical and mental balance.
Therapeutic massage is the use of hands to manipulate soft tissues of the body, particularly muscles. It can be used for relaxation, stimulation or rehabilitation of the whole body or part of it. Particularly effective in managing stress-related tension, massage promotes suppleness, aids flexibility and stimulates circulation. Therapeutic massage may be beneficial for a range of body systems and as well as treating muscular aches and pains, it can be useful in helping circulation and digestion.
Hot Stone Therapeutic Massage
Despite it being one of the fastest-growing massage techniques, hot stone therapy is an ancient healing art. It uses a combination of warm stones and various massage techniques which provide deep therapeutic effects and create harmony and balance.
Deep Tissue Massage
This massage incorporates some Swedish massage techniques while adding a deeper pressure. Deep tissue massage techniques will be slow and firm. This is a full body massage that concentrates on relieving the areas with the most tension. This is beneficial for releasing chronic muscle tension, pain and stress. You can expect to walk away feeling more relaxed and more flexible.
Hopi Ear Candling
Being a hollow tube, the centre of an ear candle is simply a column of air rather than a solid mass. When lit at the top, the rising air column inside the candle begins to heat up. As the candle burns down, it continues to heat up the top of the rising air column of the centre of the candle. The rising air column creates a very mild suction action at the base, which helps loosen compacted earwax. This experience is a gentle, relaxing treatment for everyone, including children.
Indian Head Massage
Indian Head Massage is a traditional touch therapy, which has been practised for thousands of years. It is gentle, yet firm and powerful, therapeutic massage of the shoulders, arms, neck, scalp, ears, hair and face which will leave you feeling soothed and rebalanced. This is an extremely enjoyable and deeply relaxing treatment that gives you a sense of calm and relaxation.
Contact us today to find out more about our therapeutic massage treatments or to book an appointment.