10% off to care for your hands and wrists

We’re offering you 10% off any remedial hand and wrist massage appointments booked during February. 

Have you ever taken the time to think about how hard your hands and wrists are working? 

Our hands, wrists, and forearms constantly bear the brunt of our daily activities more than we might realise. From the constant use of our phones, typing at desk jobs and caring for our little ones to the repetitive tasks in almost every profession, repetitive strain can significantly impact our quality of life and work productivity.
We understand the toll it takes on your body, especially since our profession demands so much from our hands too!
We thought it was time to let you in on a little industry secret – remedial hand and wrist massage is a game-changer!

The Root of the Problem
Repetitive motions or prolonged positions that put stress on areas such as hands, wrists, thumbs are forearms might include:
-Desk/mouse work
-Holding your phone or iPad for extended periods of time
-Holding and using tools; dentists, hairdressers, tradies, sugeons, nurses, beauty therapists, chefs
-Gardening, especially using secateurs, hedge trimmers and chainsaws
-House duties; mopping, vacuuming, scrubbing, chopping, cooking etc.
(we know that list is endless!)

Over time, this can lead to conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, and general aches and pains that not only hurt but can also limit your ability to perform your job or engage in daily activities. 

How Remedial Massage Helps
Whether it’s as simple as noticing your arms and hands are a bit achy, or you are getting pain in the thumbs, hands, wrists, and forearms, massage can get into all of those sore areas and help relieve the tightness and tension that builds and reduce that pain that coincides with that tightness! Here’s how it can make a difference:

Reduces Inflammation and Swelling: 
Firm and effective massage techniques help stimulate blood circulation, facilitating the removal of toxins and reducing inflammation in the affected areas.

Eases Muscle Tension: 
By focusing on the muscles and tendons that are overused during repetitive tasks, remedial massage can alleviate tension and tightness, providing much-needed relief.

Improves Flexibility and Range of Motion: 
Regular remedial massage sessions can enhance the flexibility of your hands, wrists, and forearms, preventing stiffness and making daily tasks more manageable.

Promotes Healing: 
Improved circulation not only helps in reducing pain but also promotes the natural healing processes of the body, aiding in the recovery of tissue damage caused by repetitive strain.

Tailored to Your Needs
It’s important to remember that your pain and/or injury is unique—especially when it comes to professions that demand so much from our hands and arms. That’s why we work closely with you to develop a personalised treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and goals. Whether you’re experiencing the early signs of strain or dealing with chronic pain, we’re here to support your journey to recovery.

Prevention is Key
In addition to providing relief from existing conditions, we’re also passionate about helping you prevent future injuries. As always, we can offer advice on regularity of treatment to maintain relief and stretching techniques to maintain flexibility and reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries.

Ready to Embrace Relief?

Click to book your remedial hand & wrist massage at 10% off or feel free to call reception 8357 7663 and simply mention this promo!
Book my hand & wrist remedial massage!
Vouchers are available online or in the clinic 

Looking for a Valentine’s day gift? As always, our vouchers are a popular choice!

You can grab one when you’re in the clinic or simply purchase yours online and email directly to your Valentine’s inbox!
Purchase a voucher
Have you been to The Barre Clinic yet?
The Barre Clinic have kindly extended their free first class offer! Some of you were feeling a little snowed under with the new year kicking off so they’re happy to extend the offer until the end of February.

We’ve had some great feedback from those of you that have started classes including that Pamela is AWESOME, you’re loving the small group setting and definitely feeling the change in your body.

Well done to all of you who have had a go!

They’ve also added  Mat Pilates which is being run by Pamela on  Tuesdays at 5:30pm.

You are welcome to use the free class promotion for any class type.

**Simply click the link below and enter the promo code  NMW1Free at the check out.** 

Please note this offer is time-limited and one per client so make sure you get in before the offer closes at the end of the month!
Book your free class!
Taylor’s favourite chocolate cookie recipe 
If you’re looking for a delicious and indulgent treat, look no further!

Taylor loves this recipe – it’s really quick and easy and these cookies TASTE SO GOOD…

Choc Chunk Cookies
200g almond meal
4 Tbs maple syrup
4 Tbs plain flour (can substitute with your favourite gluten free flour – buckwheat flour works well!)
1 Tsp bicarb soda1 Tbs coconut oil
a pinch of salt
¼ cup of chocolate chips 

Preheat your oven to 175 C (fan forced)Line a baking tray with baking paper
Mix all ingredients aside from the choc chips in a mixing or food processor until you’ve formed a cookie dough type consistency.
Fold through the choc chips
Use a soup spoon to scoop out the dough and roll gently into balls and place them on the baking tray
Press the cookies down with the back of your soup spoon to flatted them 
Bake for 20-25 minutes or until the edges are golden
Cool on a baking rack