Feel the difference a massage can make!
I believe that therapeutic massage requires more than a ‘one size fits all’ approach and that every client has unique needs which require a personalised approach.
Whether your need is to have a moment of relaxation, reduce muscle tension or attain relief from chronic pain, massage can enhance your overall sense of emotional and physical well-being.
I offer a variety of massage and bodywork modalities and invite you to explore my list of therapies.
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Massage can also be beneficial in:
- Improving circulation
- Improving immune system functioning
- Reducing depression & anxiety
- Promoting positive body awareness
I am also a qualified SLM Bodywork therapist.
*SLM Bodywork uses a unique combination of acupressure, myofascial release and massage techniques to bring length and function to muscles restoring the body’s natural balance.
Learn more about SLM Bodywork here.
Here are some of the common conditions massage therapy can treat
Massage is also effective in a range of other conditions such as
frozen shoulder • migraines • headaches • hip pain • tendonitis • fibromyalgia • pregnancy-related pain • sleep disorders • stress • oedema • chronic pain • carpal tunnel • thoracic outlet syndrome • TMJ • anxiety • depression
Seeking relief from pain or needing deep relaxation?
Contact Barbara Forbes today on 0415 422 600
I am a Provider of remedial massage services for Return to Work SA
I can provide treatment for specific soft tissue disorders or dysfunctions that will assist you in your recovery and help to support you to stay at or return to work as soon as it is safe for you to do so.
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