Massage Parramatta Park Cairns

Massage Parramatta Park, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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massage parramatta park

Massage Parramatta Park

Welcome to Cairns Massage.  Here at Cairns massage we offer a broad range of really great treatments.

We specialise in remedial massage and fixing you, relieving pain and then giving you homework to continue the fixing process.

Our treatments include

  • Health fund covered massage
  • Health fund covered acupuncture
  • Dry needling
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Remedial massage
  • A combination of massage and needling.
  • Sports massage
  • Rocktape application where required.
  • Moxibustion, tuina, gua sha
  • Cupping – silicon, glass, or plastic / slidding cupping or stationary cupping.
  • Relaxation massage
  • Swedish massage
  • Lomi lomi style massage
  • hot stone massage
  • Facial/massage combinations.
  • Spa treatments such as body wraps and scrubs.

Book an appointment now!

Via text to 0408 054 538 or alternatively

Book online now!! click on the link below

https://cairns-massage-cairns-acupuncture.au1.cliniko.com/bookings

The external therapies of Ayurveda include various types of general and specialized massage and stretches, and miscellaneous techniques such as herbs. Massage is particularly widely used both as a thearpy in its own right and in conjunction with internal, herbal medicine. It is also an important preparatory technique used before the deep-cleansing panchkarma purification therapies.

Ayurvedic massage always uses oils – most of which are plant oirgin, although ghee (clarified butter), milk and bone marrow are sometimes used. The massage is performed directly on the skin, rather than through clothing as with some other forms of Eastern massage, such as Shiatsu. It is generally performed with the hands and utilizes a range of techniques including kneading, squeezing, rubbing and tapping. Hand-held wooden rollers are sometimes used. Massage may be given to the whole body or to particular parts of the body such as hands, neck and shoulders or the head. Indian head massage has become increasingly popular in the West in recent years and is now offered as a therapy on its own. It is used to relieve stress, promote relaxation and to treat anxiety, insomnia, headaches and migraines.

The primary use of massage is medical, although it provides the secondary benefits of relaxation and a sense of well-being.

It promotes circulation, increases flexibility, relieves pain and stiffness, aids the elimination of waste products and can be used to treat specific ailments. The massage may be given by one or more people, in one specilized form, known as chavutti pizchil, the masseur(s) are held by ropes attached to the ceiling in order to “walk” over the patient’s body, massageing with the feet, while assitants pour oil over the skin to keep it lubricated. This method allows for careful control of the amount of pressure given to different parts of the body.

In another form of massage (navarakizhi), several people vigorously rub the patiensts skin with linen bags containing a special type of cooked rice soaked in warmed cows milk.

This is said to be espeically effective in relieving muscular stiffness and pain.

The oils used for massage are selected according to the diagnosis of the person constitution.

During specialized massage treatments the patient often lies on a special type of wooden board, a droni. The wood is smooth and comfortable and has rimmed edges to prevent any surplus oil or milk fro spilling onto the floor. The oil is heated to a comfortable temperature and then trickled onto the body in a steady stream from a metal or wooden container that has small hole at eh base out of which the flow of oil may be controlled by a wick.

Please phone Tanya Galvin on 0408 054 538

tanyagalvin@hotmail.com

113 McManus Street

Whitfield Cairns

Australia 4870

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