Cranbourne Remedial Massage
Meet Our Team
Our services with Cranbourne Remedial Massage Therapists:
- Available 6 days a week
- Same-Day-Appointments Available
- Secure online appointments
- Experienced team
- Access to a range of other allied health professionals
- Onsite HICAPS
- HICAPS insurance rebates
- Variety of techniques offered
All Massage Appointments with Cranbourne Massage Therapists
Call (03) 9020 7366 or BOOK ONLINE
Wellbeing Massage Cranbourne is available 6 days a week Monday-Friday 10am-7pm and Saturday 9am-1pm. There are multiple deep tissue therapists who are all fully qualified and licensed. The care delivered is tailored and individualized to your needs. Our Wellbeing Massage Cranbourne clinic is modern and clean with the most up to date facilities ensuring you receive the best care possible.
Massage Cranbourne Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Is it bad to shower before a massage?
It is not recommended to take a hot shower directly before a massage as this increases circulation and therefore increases the chance of sweating during the massage. For hygiene and etiquette purposes however, it is encouraged that you shower with warm water a few hours before your massage.
What should you wear for a massage?
Dress as you normally would on a daily basis. When you are in the massage room you will be asked to dress down to your comfort levels and the massage therapist will work around any clothing you leave on as well as using appropriate draping to cover the remaining areas not being treated. You should remove any jewellery you have on to ensure your safety.
How do I get the most out of my massage?
To get the most out of your massage drink plenty of water before and after, arrive 5-10 minutes early to ensure paperwork is completed and you have enough time to sit and relax, try to remain relaxed during the massage, try not to do any taxing tasks after your massage – a light walk is recommended. However, duties at home, work, gym and sport should be kept to a minimum.
Are you supposed to tip a massage therapist at a chiropractor?
You are in no way expected to tip a massage therapist at a Chiropractor. However, if you are happy with your service and wish to tip the massage therapist you are more than welcome to do so.
What can I expect from a full body massage?
Expect to have your legs, glutes, feet, arms, hands, neck and back massaged. Depending on the type of massage whether it is relaxation or deep tissue will vary the pressure and techniques used. If you are uncomfortable with any of these areas being touched please let the massage therapist know beforehand.
How should I prepare for a massage?
Prepare yourself by ensuring you are hydrated, arrive 5-10 minutes early to your appointment to allow for paperwork if required and to relax before your appointment time. It is not recommended that you eat directly before a massage.
Facts about Cranbourne
– Cranbourne is 43km south east of Melbourne’s central business district
– The local government of Cranbourne is the city of Casey
– Cranbourne has a population of 20,094 with greater Cranbourne at 51,340
– The suburbs around Cranbourne are Cranbourne North, East, West, Botanic Ridge, Lynbrook, Junction Village and Clyde
– The postcode for Cranbourne is 3977
– Cranbourne is 13km from Dandenong
– Cranbourne 43km from Phillip Island
– The federal division for Cranbourne is Holt
– Cranbourne was established by Europeans in the 1860’s
– 62.3% of the Cranbourne population are Australian. The second most common are Indian at 5.4%
– The Royal Botanic Gardens is in Cranbourne
– Cranbourne has its own Racecourse and Recreation Reserve
– Cranbourne has 3 golf clubs – Cranbourne Golf Club, Amstel Golf Club and Ranfurlie Golf Club
– The Casey Complex is a facility containing indoor skating, basketball, soccer, netball and a swimming pool
– There are 21 schools in Cranbourne
– The shopping centers in Cranbourne are Thompson Parkway Shopping Centre and Cranbourne Homemaker Centre
– The Casey Demons are the local AFL team in Cranbourne
– Shooting facilities are available at the Pistol Club
– Cranbourne has its own railway station