I’m Rachael, and I offer my clients individualised treatments to suit their unique needs, drawing from a wide range of therapeutic modalities such as trigger point therapy, Swedish massage, myofascial release, and stretching.
I have a strong background in pain and injury management, which stems from personal experience. I understand the benefits of massage for people with symptoms of anxiety and depression, and aim to bring a sense of comfort and fun to treatments.
After experiencing the trials of rehabilitation following a snowboarding accident, I developed not only an appreciation for massage therapy, but also a passion for helping people.
Having studied remedial massage, I like to implement deep tissue massage to really get into trigger points, especially when injuries are involved. At the same time, though, I also love practicing a more relaxing style of massage, if that’s what a body is calling out for.
I am also passionate about women’s health, and I love to treat women in the pre and postnatal stages of pregnancy – especially post-birth, when the body is often quite stressed out and in desperate need of massage therapy. It’s really important to be able to relax your shoulders and chest area during this period.
Outside of clinical practice, I enjoy travelling, snowboarding, and generally keeping active. Like all of our practitioners, I welcome Indigenous Australians and people from diverse cultures, sexualities, and genders.