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5 Therapeutic Massages to treat yourself

Massage has many benefits to your overall health and wellbeing. We’re strong advocates of self-love and taking care of yourself between the ever-long list of things to do and bigger workloads we Australians have become pretty accustomed to over the last few years.

Dating back thousands of years, massage was used as an external treatment to medication and is extremely popular among the Asian culture.

Touch of Siam, located in Kingston, was recently named Luxury Boutique Spa of the Year by the international awards authority, the Luxury Travel Guide Awards.


They offer a range of massage treatments with a focus on different body focuses and benefits.


Combining multiple healing techniques, Traditional Thai Massage will melt away your muscle tension, aches and pain. Using the elbows and hands, gentle pressure is applied to your muscles while they are stretched in a systematic sequence sustaining the balance in your body.


Remedial massage is a form of deep tissue massage that focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It encompasses many different techniques by the therapist to help alleviate and mobilise muscles in the body. It is suitable for those who have sport injuries, tired, aching muscles, deep tension and, stubborn knots.


Swedish massage is the massage that using a variety of strokes and pressure techniques on all your tense areas. The massage can help you to improve blood circulation and general health and well being.


This strong, deep massage is designed to ease sore muscles and joints whilst alleviating both physical and mental fatigue. Deep tissues massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue using variety of techniques to help easing muscle tension.


Hot stone massage is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones, either as an extension of their own hands or by placing them on the body while they massage other parts of the body. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.



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