Meet Our Team
- Available 6 days a week
- Same-Day-Appointment 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
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At Wellbeing Massage Point Cook you can see a massage therapist 6 days a week at any time between 10am and 7pm. All of our massage therapists are fully qualified, insured and registered with the Australian Massage Association (AMA).
The team we have established at Wellbeing has proficient in seeing an array of musculo-skeletal issues. When attending one of our multiple massage clinics around Melbourne one can be assured that the environment is clean and modern. The staff and therapists at Wellbeing pride themselves on professionalism and maintain that the patient’s desires, stresses and conveniences are of utmost importance. We have all the required facilities to perform at the highest competency and access to HICAPS to facilitate insurance rebates on the same day and on-site.
The goal of our massage therapists is to, not only meet all objectives set by our patients, but to exceed your expectations with customer service. Massage therapy can be helpful in treating a variety of muscular and biomechanical conditions for people of all walks of life.
As mentioned in the name, we are motivated by the ideology behind the wellbeing of people and for this we also provide co-management with Chiropractors who can work in conjunction with massage therapists. Co-management with other health professionals may allow for reduced healing times and higher quality service as they are in direct communication with each other and can work together for the greater good of each patient. We currently have massage therapists based in Werribee, Wyndham Vale, Tarneit and Point Cook, with more to come in the future.
Types of massage/ techniques
- Soft Tissue Release (STR)
- Sports Massage Therapy (SMT)
- Active Release Technique (ART)
- Kinesiotape (Kin Tape)
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Craniosacral Therapy
- Myofascial Release
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Prenatal Massage and Pregnancy Massage
- Swedish massage.
- Deep massage.
- Sports massage.
- Trigger point massage.
- Lymphatic Drainage
However, massage therapy isn’t appropriate in all cases. Avoid it if you have any of the following conditions:
- Bleeding disorders or take blood-thinning medication,
- Burns or healing wounds,
- Deep vein thrombosis,
- Severe osteoporosis,
- Severe thrombocytopenia
Massage Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can I get a massage 2 days in a row?
This depends on how acute the injury is or the reason for getting a massage. For a recent injury it may be most practical to receive multiple massages within the space of a week to allow for inflammation to go down and promote healing. If therapeutic massage is intertwined with relaxing massage then multiple day in a row may be applicable. Speak to a massage therapist and see what they say, each patient should be treated on a case-by-case basis.
What should I eat after a deep tissue massage?
Food containing Vitamin C and Vitamin E are known to promote muscle growth and healing, which is exactly what is required post-massage. These are known as antioxidants which reduce cell damage and promote the reduction in oxidising agents in our blood.
What can I expect from a deep tissue massage?
The main things to expect from a deep tissue massage are; initial discomfort, to realise the importance of deep and controlled breathing, post-massage soreness and sometimes bruising, a sense of relief or satisfaction, warmth in the area that has been treated, most importantly the therapeutic relaxation and treatment of a tight muscle that has caused you to book the appointment in the first place.
What should I do before a deep tissue massage?
Make sure that you have had enough water, although not too much as feeling very full during a deep tissue massage may cause issues due to the potential discomfort. The same applies for meals as a full stomach may not sit well with the process of deep tissue massage. It is also helpful to have a shower beforehand to relax the muscles and promote blood flow and allow for the most effective treatment. Lastly and most importantly, arrive in comfortable and loose clothing so as to give access to multiple regions of the body and also be easily removed if draping is required.
What should you not do after a massage?
It is not recommended to perform exercise or physical activity after a massage due to the slow-release and healing nature of the activity. It is best to rest and allow your body to fully heal, especially after deep tissue massage as one may be feeling soreness or discomfort for some time afterwards. Of course you may go about your day as usual but the avoidance of intense physical activity is always promoted after massage.
How much should you tip for a massage?
There is no current standard for tipping and no guidelines to this process. You tip what you feel is justified and what you feel the massage therapist deserves. Tipping isn’t a popular concept in Australia but that doesn’t mean you can’t.
What should you avoid after a massage?
Avoid any kind of diuretic actions such as drinking coffee or alcohol and exercising excessively.This causes dehydration and may elongate the healing process of the muscles you have just treated.
Is it OK to drink alcohol after a deep tissue massage?
It is definitely NOT recommended to drink alcohol after a massage due to the diuretic qualities of alcohol. Drink water, stay hydrated, eat a meal and take care of your healing body.
How do I get the most out of my massage?
Expect that you may feel discomfort and that this is part of the therapeutic process. Allow sufficient time for the massage to occur, and prepare your body with fluids and even a shower beforehand if possible. Concentrate strictly on deep and slow breathing and be open to the recommendations and treatment methods of the practitioner.
What can I expect from a full body massage?
A full body massage is exactly what it sounds like; the gliding and massaging of all the major muscle groups in your body. From your feet all the way to your head. There are no restrictions on the muscles that people may require massage on and massage therapists are qualified to treat all muscle groups in the body that are accessible. Expect mild discomfort initially, but also expect a relaxing and pleasant experience that may just make your week.
20 Facts About Point Cook
- Point Cook is located approximately 22km South-West of Melbourne CBD.
- The governing local council is the City of Wyndham.
- The most recent census in 2018 shows a population of 60,105 people.
- The suburb was originally named Point Cooke in 1836 but over time the ‘e’ was removed and eventually settled on its current spelling.
- The suburb was named after a man named John M. Cooke, who was a member of the fleet that charted a portion of Port Phillip Bay.
- There is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Base in Point Cook and is the the first location and birthplace for the RAAF in Australia.
- It is the home of the RAAF Museum and RAAF College which is where many Air Force officers are trained.
- The famous Point Cook Homestead was first built in 1857 and boasted 25 rooms. It still stands to this day.
- The Werribee Park mansion was constructed in 1877 by the Chirnside brothers and also still stands to this day and is used for a large array of community functions.
- The first post office in Point Cook opened in 1926 and consequently closed in 1993. Followed over a decade later with a modern and more conveniently placed post office in 2005.
- In the past two decades Point Cook has progressed from a rural town into a outer-city suburb with a booming population and many new housing estates.
- Many people from all walks of life reside in Point Cook, the most common nationalities include; Australians, New Zealanders, British, Phillipino, North and South Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, and many more.
- There are currently 26 residential estates in Point Cook, with more being built or planned.
- Point Cook Town Centre is a centrally located shopping strip that contains all the retail and commercial shops that a fast-growing suburb requires.
- The Princess Highway runs to the North of Point Cook and is accessed via Forsyth Road, Sneydes Road and more are in planning at this time.
- Williams Landing Railway Station has been open since 2013 and given convenient access to Point Cook for all of its new and old residents.
- Multiple bus routes are splayed throughout Point Cook that connect housing estates to retail, commercial and transport areas of the like.
- The Werribee Open Range Zoo is an ‘African Themed’ zoo in Werribee that is 225 hectares in size and visitors may attend to observe animals such as giraffes, zebras, hippos, rhinoceros, camels and waterbuck to name a few.
- Current state electorate is Altona.
- Current federal divisions are Gellibrand and Lalor.