Our Sunbury Massage Services:
Our Wellbeing Sunbury Massage Clinic:
At our Wellbeing Massage Sunbury we treat a large range of ages, backgrounds and symptoms. Our therapists are available six (6) days a week and have many years of collective experience managing symptoms like neck pain and back pain. Our Sunbury facility is modern, clean and has onsite HICAPS facilities so you can conveniently claim your insurance rebates immediately.
Relax in knowing that all of our massage therapy practitioners are fully trained, insured and licensed through the Australian Massage Association. What does this mean? Your Wellbeing massage therapist is both highly skilled and committed to regular continuing education. That is why your therapist at Wellbeing Massage Sunbury can offer you the treatment options for your symptoms.
About Wellbeing Massage Sunbury:
Massage Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Sunbury Massage
- What should I expect after a deep tissue massage?
Most people will experience some discomfort after a deep tissue massage. Stiffness and mild pain are common however these feelings should subside within a day or so. Your massage therapist will often recommend applying ice to the area after your deep tissue massage.
- What does it feel like when a trigger point is released?
A trigger point is usually a sensitive area that is often described as “tight”, “stiff” or “aching”. Releasing this tension often feels like the area has relaxed somewhat, followed by a decrease in the dull, aching pain levels over the next few hours.
- How do you release a trigger point?
Once you find the trigger point, you can compress the area with a finger, ball etc for 30-90 seconds. During this time you may remain static, make slight rotational or back-and-forth movements. The key is to take the stimulation/pressure to a slightly uncomfortable level at most, not to a level of pain as this will tighten the very areas you are trying to relax.
- Is it dangerous to massage your neck?
If the right amount of force is used, with the therapist encouraging constant feedback from the patient to avoid irritating nerves and blood vessels, then it is not dangerous. The Wellbeing patient history is designed to identify those rare patients whom a neck massage may best be avoided.
20 facts about Sunbury
- Sunbury is located 39 km north-west of Melbourne GPO.
- Sunbury was established in 1836
- The last census has Sunbury registered with ~ 36,000 residents
- Sunbury has a number of very important aboriginal artifacts. These include the five earth rings, believed to have been ceremonial gathering sites.
- The Wurundjeri tribe are the traditional land owners in Sunbury
- Sunbury falls within the City of Hume
- The demographic is majority Caucasian. Over the last twenty years has seen an increase in immigration from New Zealand and England.
- Sunbury has a proud working class background due to proximity to large manufacturing and transport hubs, as well as the Melbourne Airport.
- Sunbury is serviced by both Metro and V/Line services
- Sunbury Railway Station is the designated station for both services heading inbound and outbound.
- Rupertswood estate in Sunbury, had a mansion built on the grounds in 1874 that is still standing today.
- The residents of Rupertswood were involved with the creation of the current “Ashes” cricket urn, including the “ashes” contained within.
- David Schwarz, who played 12 seasons of professional AFL for Melbourne Football club, was born in Sunbury
- The Rupertswood estate petitioned the government to build a train station on the estate, Rupertswood Railway Station, to aid the owners in transporting hay bales to Adelaide.
- High Street of Sunbury contains all of the usual big brands, Coles, Woolworths, IGA, Big W, Target and Good Guys to name a few.
- Sunbury encompasses eight (8) primary schools and three (3) high schools
- An Asylum in Sunbury located on Jacksons Hill was purchased into a Victoria University campus before being closed down in 2008.
- Sunbury hosts four separate AFL clubs, playing in the Ballarat League, Riddell District League, Victorian Amateur League and the Essendon District Football League
- Sunbury fields six (6) cricket clubs
- Shirley McKerrow, the first woman to be elected federal president of any Australian political party was born in Sunbury.