Tight back muscles? Stiff neck? Knots or limited movement?
You can benefit from a therapeutic massage.

Massage therapy has many benefits not only for your muscles but also for your overall health -

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    Psychological, emotional & physical benefits
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    Treat & manage symptoms and complications
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    Decrease pain and increase function
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Why massage is important.

The functional part of the striated muscle is composed of units called sarcomere which functions as microscopic pumps. The distinct bands relax and contract creating the muscle to shorten and lengthen; releasing blood flow. However when sarcomeres do not release, blood flow stops and metabolic waste floods the area creating areas of tightness, knots and trigger points. Massage assists in removing this build up and to lengthen the muscles allowing increased range of motion.
Relaxation massage, Maroochydore
Relaxation Massage

A Swedish styled massage which will immerse you into a complete state of relaxation.The gentle yet dynamic strokes of a relaxation massage treatment may bring quick relief to a busy mind.

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Remedial Massage, Maroochydore
Remedial Massage

Remedial massage is the systematic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management.

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Deep Tissue Massage, Maroochydore
Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue and is designed to realign deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. The treatment depth varies depending on a the issue.

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Sports Massage, Maroochydore
Sports Massage

Sports massage is used pre, post and throughout sporting events. Designed to warm up muscle tissue, assist in training, prevent injury, and aid healing in case of soreness or injury.

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Pregnancy Massage, Maroochydore
Pregnancy Massage

Massage can assist in to support the many changes occurring from week to week, allowing the body to adapt and relieving many of the common causes of discomfort during pregnancy.

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Massage Therapy Fees

Scroll down for prices below. Prices effective from January 2018.

No missing out on time

The treatments offered are full massage sessions; meaning the time you book for does not included any time to fill out medical forms or muscle testing so please allow an extra 15 minutes onto your treatment time. This allows you to relax into the entire timeframe you have booked of hands-on time. Please also be aware of the appointment cancellation policy

The perfect time-frame for either a complete upper body or lower body massage. A 45 minute massage is the ideal time to lengthen, loosen and relax your muscles.

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Ideal for a complete upper body or lower body massage, however also have a few areas that need to be focused on. This can be used as a full body massage – relaxation only.

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Best for a full body deep tissue massage without any focus areas. This time can also be used for either upper/lower body for focused areas or for full body relaxation – includes foot massage. 

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Ideal for a full body deep tissue massage and has a few focus areas and would like to add on a foot massage. This can also be the ultimate pregnancy or relaxation massage.


The ultimate full body massage for those looking for a full body deep tissue massage but to also focus on reducing knots and tension and increasing range of motion.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Here's the answers to the most common questions asked by our clients.
What should I expect during my first massage therapy visit?

If it is your first time visiting EBEMT, you will be required to fill out a medical form before being taken through to the room. I will ask a few general questions to establish the type of massage you would like the required areas that need to be worked on, if there are any conditions needing to be addressed, and any other concerns.

Certain assessments and testing may be performed to evaluate your condition and to see if you have any presenting complaints.

It is a necessity to list all health concerns and medications so the therapist can adapt the session to your specific needs without doing any harm.

Do I have to be completely undressed?

When performing a massage, I ask clients generally undress to their lower underwear to enable me to perform the best massage I can for you by reaching the insertion and origin points of the muscles. Undressing to that amount of clothing also assists in how effective I can drape the towel.

In saying this, it is important that you feel comfortable during your massage so you should undress to the level you are comfortable. Please note being completely naked is not acceptable and the treatment will come to an end if you cannot abide by this.

If you are uncomfortable with undressing to your bottom underwear I will work around the clothes you decide to leave on as best as I can. However If you prefer to stay fully clothed, then I recommend you explore the manyother types of bodywork that are performed clothed..

I will leave the room to give you privacy while you are getting undressed and comfortable on the massage table.

Will the massage hurt?

This will depend on the type of massage you decide to have and will also depend on your pain threshold and how tender your muscles are.

Please view the different types of massages provided to find which one you believe would be best suited for you. We will also have a discussion about this before your massage begins. At any stage during your massage we can also alter the pressure to become more suited to you.

Most people feel very relaxed however some experience a good pain and sometimes dull or sharp pains however on a pain scale of 1 (feeling nothing) – to a 10 (can’t breathe, going through the roof) should be no more than a 7 – this is deep tissue/ remedial massage.

How will I feel after my treatment and what to expect over the next few days?

After your treatment you should feel relaxed, however you may experience:

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Muscle Soreness
  • Muscle Strain
  • Body Fatigue
  • Constant Thirst
  • Urine may have an unusual odour
  • Tiredness for the next day

Due to these factors it is important to ensure you:

  • Increase your water intake - This assists in keeping your body's tissues hydrated & healthy and to help flush any toxins.
  • No exercise for the rest of the day
  • Fuel your body - A massage session is like jump starting your car – grab a snack to give yourself an added energy boost.
  • Magnesium Bath - Soaking in magnesium salt flakes has been shown to markedly improve skin hydration, speed wound healing, enhance skin barrier function, and decrease inflammation.  The skin is also able to excrete toxins and waste products via bathing, which lightens the load on the kidney and liver.
  • Effective for stress relief and relaxation
    • Great for soaking achy muscles and joints
    • Soothing for psoriasis, eczema, and other skin conditions
    • Assists with detoxification

If You Feel Any Soreness, Treat It
After deep work applying icing and heating balms is recommended to lessen the immediate soreness. Light stretching is a nice touch too, because the muscles are warmed up, so light yoga or even getting an adjustment at a chiropractor after is perfect harmony.

When should I not get a massage?

In my opinion there are few conditions which would prevent you from enjoying massage. You should not book a massage if you have a fever, cold/flu, or contagious skin infection.

There are many other conditions in which your therapist may need to adapt his/her techniques (i.e. arthritis or osteoporosis) or avoid an area completely (i.e. cuts or burns). With some conditions it is a good idea to get an approval from your physician before you receive massage (cancer, certain heart conditions, pregnancy). This doesn't mean you can't get massage.

I can advise you about your specific needs.

How often should I get massages?

When it comes to massage, the one off treatment definitely does not apply to help assist with concerns. While one massage can certainly help, it packs the greatest benefits over time. It’s best to get a massage as frequently as possible, depending on your concerns will depend on how often. As a general guide I generally recommended every 2 – 4 weeks in between massages. Massage therapy should be considered part of a long-term wellness routine. Our muscles are constantly being used in our everyday lifestyle and generally become tight without us realising, this is why it is important to get your muscles loosened as a tune up seriously helps diminish injury.