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2/10 Station Street Bangalow
Opening Hours
Mon to Fri 9-7, Sat 9-3

Massage therapy uses a variety of techniques to relax soft tissue to improve your body’s overall health. It increases the body’s supply of oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, which help release waste from the muscle tissue. It can assist with injury recovery and pain reduction and is an effective way to reduce muscle tension and increase joint mobility. Massage therapy is not only about the treatment of soft tissue injury and pain. It can also help increase overall wellness and relaxation. Take some time out, treat yourself well and enjoy a deeply nurturing and relaxing massage today.

At Hinterland Osteopathy and Health, we have two therapists who each offer unique styles of massage. Both therapists offer an individualised and integrated approach to treatment based on the clients requests and current needs. Pregnancy table massage and pregnancy shiatsu (floor futon) is offered by both therapists and are wonderfully nutruring treatments for mums to enjoy.

For further details on treatment styles please browse our practitiner profiles or give us a call and we can help direct you to the perfect treatment for you.

Taylah Cockram - Massage Therapist

Taylah Cockram (massage therapist and osteopathy student), offers a traditional table massage with oil. Taylah utilises a range of massage styles including remedial/sports, Swedish/relaxation, pregnancy, aromatherapy massage and myofascial cupping.

Each treatment is tailored to the individual's pressure preference and guided by tissue response and breath.

Evelyn Stavrinidis - Shiatsu Therapist

Evelyn Stavrinidis (shiatsu therapist), offers shiatsu table massage (unclothed, with oil) and traditional shiastu, performed on the floor futon (fully clothed, no oil).

Both treatment styles include both gentle and deep palpation with palms, thumbs, fingertips, elbows, knees, slow breath centered tempo, passive and active stretching, percussion, rocking, acupressure point work, moxibustion, guasha, cupping, and abdominal organ massage (CNT).