Remedial Massage Therapist - Michelle Burke
Michelle graduated from Chisolm Tafe in 2007 where she gained a Diploma of Remedial Massage. She is a registered member of the Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT). Michelle is experienced in treating a wide range of conditions.
She is particularly interested in deep tissue, sports therapy, relaxation, maintenance, pregnancy, post op rehab and M.E.T stretching.
For the last 5 years (still current) Michelle has been apart of the Australian International Gymnastic Therapist Team to which she provides medical/remedial assistance during competition and was fortunate to be apart of the Medical Team throughout the World Championships and Olympic Trials.
Previously she worked for the TAC Stingrays Football Team as a therapist focusing on rehab and maintenance.
Michelle has built a strong and loyal clientele base over the last 5 years practising from home and on the road. She strives to provide the best possible care and understanding for all her patients.
Remedial Massage Therapist -Nicholas Fishwick
Graduating from Holmesglen in 2016 with a Diploma of Remedial Massage, and currently undertaking and advanced Diploma of Myotherapy, Nic loves the opportunity to help people whether it's new or old injuries, pain management of just maintenance work, he strives to get results and see patients leave better than when they entered.
He has a particular interest in deep tissue, sports massage, myofascial release, stretching and corrective exercises.
Nicholas has been working as a Remedial Massage Therapist since the end of 2016.
He has a strong passion for leading a healthy and active lifestyle, a love of sports and a great attitude to providing the best care he can.
Remedial Massage Therapist - Allana Bould
Allana is a Chinese Medicine Practitioner and likes to incorporate Remedial Massage and Acupuncture together to address an array of musculoskeletal complaints. After a Remedial Massage career spanning 14 years, Allana has found the addition of Acupuncture to be the most effective and natural extension to her work.
Allana’s goal is to support clients who may have sports injuries or be in some type of physical pain and discomfort. In Chinese Medicine any type of pain or tension indicates that energy is not flowing freely throughout the energy pathways (meridians) that we all possess. Unblocking those areas with Massage, Acupuncture and possibly cupping, as well as advising on interim exercises and nutrition lead Allana to the best results for her clients. Often other areas of concern improve naturally for her clients.
Allana has completed a four year Health Science – Chinese Medicine degree at the Southern School of Natural Medicine in Melbourne. She is a fully registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Herbalist with both the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia and The Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association.