Phone: 0419 126 886 | 119 Bateay Bay Road, Bateau Bay, NSW | Web: http://www.jenniferatmore.com.au
Remedial massage can reduce stress & fatigue, relieve spasms & headaches, ease sore muscles, improve your posture, helps the body to rid itself of toxins, increase flexibility and strengthen your immune system by reducing stress and improving your body's
Jennifer has been a massage therapist since 1998 and holds the following formal qualifications:
Therapeutic Massage Certificate - School of Integrated Body Therapy (1998)
D.R.M (Diploma Remedial Massage) - The School of Aromatic Medicine (2000)
CERT IV in Natural Therapies - The School of Aromatic Medicine (2001)
ATMS accredited - ATMS Number 10959
Jennifer is experienced & fully qualified to treat you with the following methods:
REMEDIAL MASSAGE - designed to treat superficial and deep tissues of the body. Incorporating different techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue & Trigger Point therapy, remedial massage is responsible for releasing endorphins in to the body, relieving muscle tension and flushing the body of metabolic waste (ie: lactic acid).
AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE - a rhythmic and light massage using essential oils to resolve both physical and emotional problems.
LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE - light rhythmic strokes that follow the path of the lymphatic system use....
Massage therapists in The Entrance are trained to manipulate the muscles, tendons and ligaments in the human body. They apply pressure to the body using their hands. There are multiple types of massage for different purposes.
Sports massage therapy in The Entrance is primarily aimed at reducing and treating sport injuries. Sports massage is useful as a preventative measure to avoid sporting injuries.
Most massage sessions in The Entrance last around one hour, prices do vary but most places seem to charge from $50 to $80 for a session. Often the initial consult is priced differently to subsequent sessions.
No, Medicare does not generally cover massage therapy. Medicare considers massage therapy The Entrance as an alternative therapy and therefore does not cover it.
Yes, if you have private health insurance with extras cover massage therapy in The Entrance is generally included. Check your coverage to see what is included and what the limits are, it will usually not cover the cost of a full session but part of the session.