Deep Tissue

During your massage there may be some discomfort (only slight pain) as the therapist works on areas of adhesion or scar tissue. Several treatments may be required to support the effective release of these areas.


Deep Tissue Massage is effective treatment for:

        Low back pain

        Limited mobility

        Recovery from injuries (e.g. whiplash, falls)

        Repetitive strain injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome

        Postural problems

        Muscle tension in the hamstrings, glutes, IT band, legs, quadriceps, rhomboids, upper back

        Osteoarthritis pain


        Sports concerns (runners, athletes)

        Piriformis syndrome

        Tennis elbow


        Upper back or neck pain


Deep Tissue Massage is not advised for those with:

        Deep vein thrombosis


        During pregnancy

        Recent surgery or any other medical procedure

        Chemotherapy and Radiation

        Some people with osteoporosis and ankylosing spondylitisshould avoid deep pressure

        Skin conditions such as inflammation, bruising, infection, rashes, unhealed wounds, tumours, abdominal hernia, fragile bones, or recent fractures