Mother's Day is just around the corner!

This Mother's Day treat the special woman in your life to a relaxing massage.

Take advantage of our Mother's Day special: when you buy a 1 hour massage for $80, get a second massage for only $55! That's a saving of $25! You can give the second as a gift, or simply keep it for yourself.

Life can be hectic sometimes, and the benefits of having a massage are endless. It can reduce stress, reduce muscle tension, improve circulation and heighten mental alertness. So pamper mum this Mother's Day, and thank her for all the hard work she does everyday!

Call Anne or send an email today!


January 2015

Happy new year to all. I am very pleased to announce the opening of my long awaited purpose-built clinic at Helensvale. This has been a dream of mine for some time and I am thrilled that it is now open and operational. It has been designed to beautifully accommodate the various services I offer and in doing so I have created an inviting and comfortable environment. I love it and I am sure you will too!

I invite all my regulars and any new clients to come 'across the bridge' and visit me and see my amazing clinic. 

Please have a look at the photos on the 'Home Page'.



28th October, 2014

This is a most interesting article, shared on my facebook page recently.


Qualified massage therapist can play key role in improving cardiovascular health

Many already view massage as an important approach to relieving muscle pain or as a means to relax. However, working with a qualified massage therapist can also play a significant role in improving cardiovascular health as evidenced by a growing body of research, according to the American Massage Therapy Association.

Massage therapists share the goal of all health care team members providing customizable, personalized care to help clients or patients reach and maintain their best health. Incorporating regular visits to a massage therapist into an individualized care plan can relieve stress (a major contributor to heart problems), lower blood pressure and lead to a decrease in recovery time following a cardiovascular procedure.

A multitude of recent research shows a direct correlation between massage therapy and improved cardiovascular health. In a 2013 study in the International Journal of Preventive Medicine, researchers concluded massage therapy could serve as an effective intervention in controlling blood pressure in pre-hypertensive women. The study showed that the immediate results of lowered blood pressure lasted up to 72 hours after massage.

?A separate study in the same publication had similar findings; those that received regular Swedish Massage Therapy over a period of four weeks had significantly lower blood pressure than those who did not have a massage.

The American Heart Association (AHA) warns against the risks of high blood pressure which can lead to cardiovascular issues including stroke, heart disease and kidney failure. With proactive management of high blood pressure, individuals can lower their chance of developing these conditions.

"Most clients think of massage therapy as a useful approach for managing back pain or promoting relaxation, but there are other benefits to massage that improve overall health, particularly when it comes to the heart," says Nancy M. Porambo, President of the American Massage Therapy Association. "Many see tremendous outcomes from introducing massage into their cardiovascular rehabilitation routine, as this Research Round-up shows."

A qualified massage therapist can play an important role in the health care team for individuals dealing with cardiovascular issues, high blood pressure or increased stress levels. Qualified massage therapists are appropriate additions to any wellness regimen; able to create specialized approaches based on individual conditions, fitness and goals.

American Massage Therapy Association