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Malcolm Calcutt
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High heels, did men or women invent them????
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Jayne Middleton
Qualifications:
• Associate Diploma of Health Science (Massage)
• Diploma in Bowen Therapy
Association Membership:
Australia Association of Massage Therapists (AMMT)
Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)
Style of Massage:
• Deep Tissue
• Trigger Point therapy
• Relaxation Massage
• Postural Massage
• Bowen Therapy
• Injury Management
• Remedial Massage
• Pregnancy Massage
• Sports Massage
• Therapeutic Massage
I have been a qualified, professional remedial massage therapist over the past 25 years and
have a Diploma of Remedial Massage and Diploma in Bowen Therapy.
What I love about massage:
I have been a qualified, professional remedial massage therapist over the past 25 years and
have a Diploma of Remedial Massage and Diploma in Bowen Therapy
Massage Therapy has been an enormously satisfying and rewarding career. There is no
better gift than giving (and receiving) massage. It feels wonderful, reduces pain and aids
recovery, can be preventative and rehabilitative, promotes relaxation, encourages healing,
reconnects oneself, nurtures the soul and on occasion be transformational.
Massage has been instrumental in guiding me on a fantastic journey of my own self
discovery and continuously offers new challenges and learning. I would like everyone to
experience the holistic modality of massage that benefits the body, mind and spirit. I would
like to share my 'hands-on' skills and knowledge in helping every individual achieve
maximum results and to be able to perform at their optimal levels. This includes having
freedom of pain, increase mobility, decreasing stress and empower others to adopt a
positive approach to life style, balance and wellness.
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Introducing Holly,

Styles of Massage:
Remedial Massage
Pregnancy Massage
Swedish and relaxation
Deep tissue
Trigger point therapy
Myofascial release

What I love about massage:

I have always been a very compassionate person; an attribute that was a bit wasted in my role as a retail manager. After going through my own unique life experiences I arrived at a crossroads and knew that it was time to change careers. I fell in love with massage therapy about 2 weeks into my Cert IV massage therapy course. I knew going in that I was doing so because I have the genuine desire to help people. What I didn't know was that I could do so on so many levels through massage therapy. I am amazed and fascinated by the power of touch. I love proving the old 'no pain, no gain' theory wrong with the magic of myofascial release. I definitely have a holistic approach that I tailor to each client and their specific needs. Being able to connect with all the different, fascinating levels of a person for that 30-90 minutes is the best feeling! You don't have to be an athlete to need remedial therapy and you don't have to be a new age hippy to understand and feel the benefits of the less invasive techniques such as myofascial release.
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Happy Australia day to all our clients. Have fun and stay cool.
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Our phone is now working along with the internet (e-mails), what a painful last two days. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused. Almost up to date with the messages. Apparently we were only one of around 45,000 people affected.
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As of later this month there will be more options for visceral manipulation at the clinic. One of my girls and one of the guys are nearly up to speed. More to follow!
Great for period pain, once a month for 8 months can have an impact between 40-60%, in pain reduction.
So ladies if you have tried all other options we might be another one for you.
Non invasive using myofascial release adapted to the organs. Working through a sheet, between the pubic bone (top part) and the bottom of the rib cage. We will help to get movement happening again in this region. If you are seated for alot of the day, you are compressing your organs constantly.
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Being a Kiwi, this is gold! Taking the promotion of air safety to a new level.
Come on the Men in Black for the 2015 Rugby world cup.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji65WI5QLZI
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Fascia is a part of anatomy that is commonly not looked at. We do myofascial release and visceral manipulation, both are fascial releases.

https://www.painscience.com/articles/does-fascia-matter.php
Fascia Science Review
Fascia Science Review
painscience.com
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No pain = no gain!
True or false?
We have to look at every one as an individual, our nervous systems are all different. This is in part relative to our experiences on earth to date as well as our genetics/ makeup.
People often fit within one of the following parameters; Hypersensitive, Normal or hypo-sensitive. There are variables in between as well. We can also look at personality types, A and B. Stress heads or normal, this impacts also on neural stimulation.
A good massage therapist will take this into account when they are working with you, adjusting the pressure to suit your needs. Feedback is also well received although rarely given in alot of cases. This is truly helpful with Hypersensitive people. This allows us to ensure we do not overstress your nervous system and you will get better results from our work.
The best way please give us feedback as to what you think works for you!
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Lower back pain?
More on one side? ( do you stand on one leg? The pink flamenco!)
Across the middle of the lower back?
Frustrated by not being able to get the right answers to help you get rid of your pain?
Have you tried Remedial Massage from qualified therapists?
We will go through some questions in relation to your pain patterns as we understand your pain is unique to you. You will be given simple exercises and/or stretches to facilitate a speedy recovery. Where you take part and engage to rid yourself of the pain, the time factor will reduce. By clearly communicating to us as we are working on you as to your level of comfort, this will also help speed up your recovery. Our nervous systems are all different, some are hypo-sensitive some are normal and some are hyper-sensitive. Your honest feedback allows us to work with you to a more dynamic outcome where it is comfortable and eases off within the session.
No pain no gain in this instance is very antiquated and wrong.
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