Lilydale Massage Therapy/ Myotherapy
Our services Lilydale Massage Therapy/ Myotherapy:
- 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
Call (03) 9020 7366 or BOOK ONLINE
The team of massage therapists at Wellbeing Lilydale pride themselves on providing the highest quality care and open 6 days a week, including Saturday. Each practitioner is highly experienced, qualified and regarded as a Registered Massage Therapist. (RMT) Our Lilydale massage therapists are passionate, knowledgeable, empathetic and are dedicated to achieving each patient’s individual goals. All registered practitioners are fully licensed under the Australian Massage Association. At Wellbeing Massage Lilydale we welcome people from all ages with musculoskeletal complaints. Our massage therapists typically but not exclusively treat patients with headaches, neck pain, back pain and tight skeletal musculature. Our attentive practitioners aim to reduce muscular tension/pain, increase relaxation and may instruct patients to follow muscular rehabilitation exercises if deemed necessary.
Our Lilydale Wellbeing team pride themselves on their compassionate nature and high standards. Aided by the latest facilities such as modern massage tables and the latest technology to ensure a patient centered approach. Having a HICAPS machine onsite ensures that you can claim your private health insurance rebates at your appointment.
Massage Lilydale Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What are the side effects of a deep tissue massage?
It can be quite common to have some post treatment soreness that may linger for a few days after a deep tissue massage, muscles may feel tender or slightly bruised. A more common result of a deep tissue massage is to feel “looser” and have more range of motion.
Do deep tissue massages get rid of knots?
Deep tissue massages may loosen muscular “knots” as the nature of the massage is to press firmly deep into the muscle to release these active muscular “knots” and provide more mobility and range of motion. The benefit of deep tissue massage and its ability to relieve symptoms associated with “knots” also depends on the way one’s particular body reacts.
Is it bad to shower before a massage?
A shower before a massage may actually be beneficial as it can help loosen up your muscles and allow you to feel warm and increase range of motion. Showering may also make you feel more confident and relaxed as you know you are clean and prepared. However, some research also suggests that a shower before a massage may increase circulation around the skin which means the body can be more susceptible to feeling light headed or dizzy.
How do you dress for a massage?
It may be important to wear clothing that can easily be removed or provides adequate access to the skin; such as activewear. A massage therapist may require you to remove clothing, but will drape you with towels to preserve modesty. It is completely up to you how much clothing you wear during a massage.
What happens if you don’t drink water after a massage?
Some research suggests that if you don’t consume a reasonable amount of water post massage then there is a higher chance that post treatment soreness may occur. As toxins may be released after a deep tissue massage into the bloodstream it is believed that water may aid in the removal of toxins by flushing them out of the bloodstream and therefore allow you to feel better more efficiently, however the effectiveness of water post massage is not conclusively known.
How much water should I drink to flush my system?
It is not conclusively known how much water we should drink to flush toxins out of our circulatory system post massage however it is suggested that drinking 1L per 25kg of body weight daily can be beneficial. However the amount of water we drink and the evidence that its effective with removing “toxins” is still debated
Can deep tissue massage cause damage?
While deep tissue massage is mostly safe, there may be side effects associated with treatment. The most common side effect is post treatment soreness due to the nature of the massage bruising and soreness may appear the next day. Dizziness, mild central nervous stresses are also common. If you have suffered from blood clots in the past deep tissue massage may not be for you as it may increase the risk of an embolism circulating. An extremely rare side effect is nerve damage as the nature of the treatment does involve manual forces being applied to the body.
How do you release Scalenes?
An experienced massage therapist may manually push down and hold a trigger point in the side of your neck to release the muscles tight bands which may increase range of motion. Stretches may also be applied to release muscular tension in the side of the neck.
What do they do in a full body massage?
A full body massage typically last between 30-90 minutes and should serve the entire body from head to toe. Common massage areas are the neck, back, shoulders, gluteal muscles and legs. You keep your underwear on, most practitioners are very empathetic with protecting patient modesty and drape appropriately. A full body massage may use a range of techniques from relaxing massages, trigger point techniques and deep tissue massaging depending if required or what part of the body is worked on.
20 Facts about Lilydale:
- Lilydale is located 34km from the centre of Melbourne.
- A population of 15.530 live in Lilydale
- Lily De Castella was an early settler and discovered and named the suburb after herself.
- The iconic Lilydale hotel opened in 1862
- The Lilydale Falcons is the local football team that competes in the Eastern Football League
- The old shire office built in 1889 is now a lilydale museum
- An old courthouse built in 1876 is now home to a local theatre
- Lilydale Lake is surrounded by one of lilydales biggest parks
- The Lilydale Warburton trail is a 40km horse riding and bike riding trail
- Castella street is home to some of LIlydale’s oldest buildings with the earliest built in 1878.
- Lilydale Assembly is a popular church
- Helen’s Hill estate is a popular wine tasting place.
- Lilydale airport is a popular sky diving destination
- The Lilydale Theatre Athenaeum is an iconic destination to watch movies and shows.
- Mount Evelyn is 6km away and is notorious for its wildlife and beautiful scenery
- It’s a notable burial site for Dame Neal Melba
- It was once believed it was named after an 1852 song “Lily Dalle” however that is untrue
- In 1860 Lilydales post office opened up