Hawthorn Remedial Massage Therapy
Meet Our Team
Remedial Massage Hawthorn
- 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 Hawthorn Remedial Massage Appointments
Call (03) 9020 7366 or BOOK ONLINE
The team of professionals at Wellbeing Remedial Massage Hawthorn offer soft tissue therapy services 6 days per week. These professionals are fully trained, insured and licenced through the Australian Massage association, and are regularly undertaking courses and seminars to make sure they are up to date with the new research. Our team are dedicated to helping you achieve you desired goals and outcomes in a respectful time frame that is altered to suit each individual. Addressing concerns from people of a wide variety of ages and backgrounds, our therapists are able to treat a large variety of conditions ranging from neck and back pain. Treatment of these conditions and others helps to relieve pain, aid in the healing of injuries, reduce stress and increase relaxation. At Wellbeing Massage Hawthorn, we pride ourselves on having modern and clean facilities for our patients to allow them the best experience possible.
Massage Frequently Asked Questions for Hawthorn Remedial Massage Therapists (FAQs)
What body parts are included in a full body massage?
A full body massage will include the head, neck and shoulders, arms, hands, legs, feet, hips and gluteals (buttocks) as well as the back. Depending on the focus areas during treatment, this may change from time to time. The genital region is the only area that will never be massaged.
What do you wear when getting a massage?
Before treatment commences, a massage therapist may ask you to undress to where you are comfortable. Gowns are provided to patients to be put on to help cover parts of the body that are not being treated. The Hawthorn Remedial Massage therapists will allow you to get undressed in the room by yourself and give you time to lay down on the table before they come back in.
What is the most relaxing massage?
The most common relaxing massage is the Swedish massage. This is a full body therapeutic massage, which aims to help relax muscles. This type of massage is ideal for those who don’t know if massage is for them or are sensitive to touch.
What can I expect from a full body massage?
A full body massage will include the head, neck and shoulders, arms, hands, legs, feet, hips and glutes as well as the back. Depending on the focus areas during treatment, this may change from time to time. The genital region is the only area that will never be massaged. During the treatment only areas that are being treated will be uncovered, the rest of your body will stay covered,
Should I shower before a massage?
A shower before a massage will help loosen and relax muscles. This will allow you to receive the most benefit out of the treatment. Showering will also help wash off any sweat or perspiration on the body, as well as any other environmental pollutants that may be on a person, because you don’t want this being rubbed all over you during treatment.
20 Facts about Hawthorn area
- Located 6 kilometers east of Melbourne’s Central Business District
- Home to AFL team Hawthorn
- At the 2016 Census, Hawthorn recorded a population of 23,511
- The area was first settled in the late 1830s
- The region is generally regarded to be one of Melbourne’s surviving bastions of post-Gold Rush expansion and today, one of Melbourne’s most affluent and influential suburbs
- Hawthorn is the home of Swinburne University of Technology, which offers university and TAFE courses.
- Hawthorn is particularly noted for the number, range and quality of its restaurants, many of which reflect the strong ethnic diversity of the region.
- Village Cinemas Rivoli was originally built in 1940 in the Art Modern style.
- Transport played a significant role in developing Hawthorn as a dormitory suburb during the 1880s and again in the 1920s in the second wave of residential expansion.
- In 1913, however, the extension of the electric tram service from St Kilda to Kew Junction saw Glenferrie Road supersede Burwood Road as the suburb’s commercial and entertainment precinct.
- Hawthorn’s plentiful parks and gardens consolidated the suburb’s role as one of Melbourne’s leafy eastern suburbs
- In the 1980s council and residents viewed with alarm the extensive flat development that had been permitted on subdivided blocks in Hawthorn after World War II.
- High rates of home ownership, a plethora of independent schools (including, from 1916, Scotch College), grand churches, and prominent sporting clubs such as the Grace Park Tennis Club, consolidated Hawthorn’s status as a select address.
- Glenferrie Road is a major shopping strip, with two supermarkets, all major banks and many chain and specialty stores.
- Although mainly noted as a residential region, there is some industry in the area, particularly in Burwood Road, between Power Street and Auburn Road.
- The City of Boroondara retains offices in the former Hawthorn Town Hall, in Burwood Road (near the corner of Glenferrie Road).
- The suburb also has a number of public recreation areas and the suburb is noted for the number, size and quality of its parks, many of which still retain layouts that were first made in the 19th century.
- Hawthorn is serviced by three railway stations; Hawthorn, Glenferrie and Auburn. It is also served by tram routes 16, 48, 70, 72, 75 and 109.
- Hawthorn expanded rapidly during the 1880s land boom when grand Victorianhouses built in subdivisions like the Grace Park Estate spoke of an upper classsuburb.
- Governor Hotham Hotel is one of Hawthorn’s first hotels, it was constructed in 1855 and has been continuously operating for 157 years.