A remedial massage aims to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or immobile. Our Remedial Mobile Massage will leave you feeling brand new! Avoid the hustle and bustle and enjoy the enormous benefits of our at-home remedial massage in the comfort of your own space.
About Remedial massage
A remedial massage provides restorative therapeutic relief to give back that vitality that will put you on top of the world. It combines trigger-point therapy, specialised pressure techniques and passive joint stretching to seek out and treat the origins of your discomfort and their symptoms. Enjoy an at-home remedial massage and feel the difference it can make to your body.
How is remedial massage different?
During a remedial massage, using special blends of revitalising oils to aid in deep penetration, your muscles will be treated to reawaken your body’s own healing power, stimulate blood flow and repair knotted, tensed or damaged tissue. Don’t let a sore neck, a painful back, a tennis-elbow or even arthritis slow you down.
Book your remedial mobile massage today and enjoy increased freedom of movement and a boost that will give you the zest to take charge of every day!
Thinking about getting a remedial massage?
Lacking the mobility to perform at your peak? What about restrictive tension and stress that leave you exhausted before you even get out of bed? Do you suffer from groin strain, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, hamstring injuries, arthritis, chronic back pain, sciatica, neck injuries or headaches? A remedial mobile massage might be the answer. And the best news? A professional at-home remedial massage is only a few clicks away!
60 mins: $99
90 mins: $139
Our Most Popular Massage & Beauty Treatments
Sydney Mobile Therapies delivers professional mobile massage to your door step. We specialise in remedial massage, deep tissue massage, relaxation massage, couples massage, pregnancy massage, corporate massage (also known as chair massage) and professional at-home beauty therapy
Wonderfully restorative, drug-free remedy. Combines trigger-point therapy, specialised pressure techniques & passive joint stretching.
Soothing, Calming & Relaxing. Relaxation massage reduces stiffness, releases stress and revitalises your muscles, body & mind.
Deep Tissue Massage eases pain and revives tired muscles by applying firm pressure as it targets the deeper layers of the muscle to relief stiffness.
Blissfully relaxing & aches reducing Pregnancy Massage uses specialised techniques, focusing on areas of most concern to expectant mums.
Our specialised disability massage improves muscle tone, mobility, range of motion, helps relieve pain & stress. Book today for a better well-being!
Our mobile beauty therapy service delivers to your door step a results driven range of heavenly facial treatments, manicures, pedicures and waxing.
A pamper party is a wonderful way to celebrate a special occasion or just to spend some quality time with your friends while being blissfully pampered.
Sydney Mobile Therapies is an industry leader in corporate massage, chair massage, staff wellness & beauty therapy for events, promotions & trade shows.
Too much information?
Do you just need straight answers to your questions? Then this section is for you.
What is Remedial Massage?
Remedial Massage is a wonderfully restorative, drug-free remedy combining trigger-point therapy, specialised pressure techniques and passive joint stretching. It is ideal for people who have suffered injuries or have sore/stiff muscles
What is the difference between Remedial & Deep Tissue Massage?
Remedial massage is often confused with the deep tissue because they are both seemingly firm massages. However, in reality they are very different. A remedial massage is for people who have suffered injuries or have sore/stiff muscles. Pretty much areas that need to be worked on. It can be very beneficial for individuals experiencing lower back pain, shoulder pains or headaches.
Deep Tissue massage on the other hand, is a full body relaxation style massage but with a much firmer pressure as it targets the deeper layers of the muscle. Deep tissue massage is the massage of choice for individuals seeking deep pressure and what we could call “good” pain.
This is my first massage. What should I expect?
Please make sure you hydrate yourself before the massage. Alcohol is a bit no no. If you are a first time client, your therapist will require you to fill out a consultation form unless you have already filled it out online during the booking process. Your therapist will discuss your main concerns that you wish to address during the treatment and determine if the selected treatment is appropriate for you.
It is important to make yourself comfortable. When the therapist needs to adjust your position, she will either move you or will ask you to move as needed. You can change your position anytime to make yourself more comfortable. While many people close their eyes and relax during a session, others prefer to talk. It is your massage and whatever feels natural to you is the best way to relax.
What are the benefits of Remedial Massage?
Remedial massage shares a bunch of benefits that you will enjoy.
- Removes toxins from your body thus stimulating better blood supply.
- Has the capacity to calm the peripheral nervous system thus easing you from pain and discomfort. With several therapeutic sessions, you will notice the difference.
- Helps repair tissues and maintain health of the cells in your body.
- Eases tension and stiffness related to sports injuries, neck and back pain, frozen shoulder, arthritis and any other skeletal and muscular dysfunctions.
- Helps increase joint mobility
- Helps lower your stress levels
How will i feel after a remedial massage?
After a remedial massage you will feel pain free, rejuvenated and relaxed. You will experience greater range of motion and flexibility. For the first few hours the massaged areas may feel a bit tender but that feeling will subside. Drink plenty of water before and after the massage to help flush out the toxins from the tissues. You can have a warm bath, preferably using magnesium salts (these are the better kind, despite the marketing of Epsom salts. If you can’t source magnesium chloride salts, Epsom will do.) The salt bath will promote restoration of the muscle fibres, especially if combined with some stretching.
Can any therapist perform a Remedial Massage?
Because remedial massage has therapeutic qualities aiming to treat injuries and other aliments, a remedial massage must only be performed by a professional remedial massage therapist. Your therapist must possess a certificate 4 in remedial massage therapy as a minimum qualification. A qualified remedial therapist has the knowledge and skills to treat musculoskeletal problems using advanced techniques.
Are there contraindications to Remedial Massage?
A Remedial Massage is one of the most beneficial massage treatments available, however there are certain conditions which would render massage unsuitable for a person’s health and wellbeing.
When is a Remedial Massage unsuitable for me?
Please find below a list of contraindications for Remedial Massage. If you have any one of the symptoms or conditions listed, you may not be unable to receive this massage. However, some conditions may simply require a note from your doctor.
- Contagious illnesses
- Uncovered wounds
- High body temperature
- Broken bones
- Drug or alcohol intoxication
- Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Widespread varicose veins
- Extensive inflammation
Please also disclose any allergies and medication you are currently taking. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Can I have Remedial Massage during pregnancy?
It is unwise to undergo deep massage at any point during pregnancy due to increased risk of miscarriage. Check out our Pregnancy Massage instead, developed to ensure safety and to treat specific conditions associated with pregnancy.
I had a C-Section. Can I have a remedial massage?
C-section births have a higher risk factor than natural births because it is an invasive procedure. During the healing process, massage, deep pressure and vibration should all be avoided. The C- section scar takes about 12 weeks to heal completely and movements in the wrong direction can aggravate the scar. For that reason, we can not offer a full body massage in the first 3 months after giving birth by C-section