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Massage + Compression Therapy

A space to release, relax and recover.

Massage Therapy:

Our Remedial Massage Therapists are highly trained in the muscle composure of the body and seek to determine root causes of muscular issues and specialise in a range of massages to best suite what your body needs. This includes sports massage, deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage massage and relaxation massage.

Recovery Therapy:

Accelerate recovery and perform at your best with compression, percussive and LED red light therapy. Proven to help with lymphatic drainage, and decrease pain and soreness, increase in cellular energy, we offer the best tools for optimizing recovery and enhancing performance. Recharge in our dedicated Recovery Room with Normatec Recovery System, Theragun Percussive Massage and LED red light therapy for total body recovery.

Massage Therapies

Sessions + Pricing


We provide a calming and relaxed space for you to unwind and relax whilst our massage therapists restore the emotional and physical body, removing stress and anxiety and creating a soothing effect across your body and mind.

Our massage therapists will consult with you to tailor the session to suit your needs. 

60 Min | $120

90 Mins | $160

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Recovery Therapy

Experience the greatest performance and customization by Normatec professionals. Ultra-premium compression leggings and percussion device to help you recover like the pros, while basking in the LED Red Light to recharge your body.

Perfect after Hot/Cold Therapy and bounce back faster both physically and mentally.

30 Mins | $50

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Science-Based Benefits

Experience the simulation of adrenaline while immersing yourself into the combination of hot and cold (review please)

Decreases Anxiety and Stress

Research has shown that massage can help reduce anxiety and stress by lowering hormones such as norepinephrine, epinephrine, and cortisol, that in turn help reduce heart rate, lower blood pressure, slow breathing, and relax muscles. Massage has also been shown to increase levels of oxytocin, a hormone that increases social bonding and behaviours like trustworthiness, generosity, and empathy. 

Reduces Migraines and Chronic Headaches

Research has shown that massage can also help reduce migraines and headaches while also improving the quality of sleep.

Decreases Pain & Fibromyalgia

Massage has been shown to reduce the activation of pain receptors in the spinal cord and muscles. One way in which massage may help reduce pain is by blocking the production of inflammatory cytokines, which reduces swelling and inflammation of muscle tissue. Massage also helps increase blood flow, delivering oxygen and nutrients to tired muscles, connective tissue, and the lymph nodes. Other studies have shown that massage can help reduce pain in patients suffering from fibromyalgia 

Improves Arthritis

Studies have shown that massage therapy can help relieve pain and stiffness in adults with arthritis. One way massage may do this is through reduced stress hormones and increases pain-killing hormones. The pressure from massage reduced joint tension by stimulating muscle and connective tissue receptors.

Helps Stroke Rehabilitation

One study showed that massage helped improve shoulder and hand movement in 120 hemiplegia patients who had suffered a stroke by relaxing muscles and improving circulation around blocked arteries and blood vessels. Massage also helped rehabilitate stroke patients by decreasing anxiety and pain, improving the quality of life and sensorimotor functions.

Improves Recovery After Exercise

Massage can help reduce muscle soreness by decreasing swelling and stopping the release of bradykinins and prostaglandins from inflammatory white blood cells. Massage can also increase muscle repair by promoting cell growth and reducing inflammation from exercise-induced muscle damage by blocking the production of inflammatory cytokines.

Helps improve sleep

Massage can help improve sleep and induce longer periods of deep sleep by reducing levels of inflammatory agents. Massage can also produce a calming and relaxing effect which may improve sleep quality. It does so by releasing endorphins that reduce heart rate, breathing, and muscle tension, and increase circulation.

Avoid Stimulants

Avoid caffeine and other stimulants before your float to make it easier for your body and mind to relax.


Try to ensure that you are well hydrated before your session.

Eat A Light Meal

It’s best to have a light meal 60 to 90 mins. before your session, rather than floating with a full or empty stomach.

Dress Comfortably

How you dress is your choice, some wear bathing suits while others go naked, however, we ask that you sit on one of our organic cotton towels.

Don't Stress Over Time

Lay back and relax, don’t worry about the time as our wellness attendees will let you know when your session is over.

Focus On Your Breath

If your mind is busy, you have difficulty relaxing it’s helpful to focus on your breathing.

What should I wear during compression therapy?

Compression therapy is done with clothes on, we recommend comfortable yoga or workout clothes.

What should I wear for my massage?

It is most common for clients to completely undress for their massage, especially if it is a full body massage, where the therapist will be working across your whole body. However, it’s completely up to you what you want to wear; undress to your level of comfort.

When should I arrive for my appointment?

For your first session, we recommend arriving no later than 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This ensures we can give you a full walkthrough beforehand without taking away from your time in the therapy.

Any sessions past your first time, you can arrive 5 minutes before.

Who cannot use compression or massage therapy?

If you have any ongoing health conditions, such as the following, you must book an appointment to chat with one of our doctor’s first, you can also ask your regular GP.

  • asthma or other breathing conditions
  • heart disease
  • pregnancy
  • epilepsy
  • very high or very low blood pressure
  • people under the influence of alcohol, those taking stimulants, tranquillizers, or other mind-altering drugs

Can I use compression or massage therapy if I'm pregnant?

We recommend checking with one of our doctor’s first, or ask your regular GP.