Cal | Remedial Massage Therapist
Alexander Technique, Remedial Massage, Low Level Laser Therapy and Pilates
Moving to Melbourne in 2007, Cal completed a 3 year full-time Alexander technique teacher training course, complementing this with a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2011 and Pilates instructor training in 2014. Having a range of techniques at her disposal, Cal often uses a blend of Alexander technique, Pilates and massage in individually tailored sessions. As a remedial massage therapist she uses deep tissue massage techniques, dry needling, cupping, myofascial release and stretch and strength exercises to help her clients reach optimal performance.
Cal makes every effort to improve her skills by regular work exchanges with practitioners of other modalities which has extended her knowledge of the human body and its ability to move with ease, strength, balance and poise given the right help. Her own interests include keeping healthy and fit by weight training, running, cycling, Pilates and yoga. This interest in movement and exercise has led her into a career where she helps you to use your body more effectively and she looks forward to sharing her skills and her passion with you very soon.
Mariko | Myotherapist
Myotherapy & Remedial Massage
Kanex | Remedial Massage Therapist
Kanex has been working in the massage and beauty industries for more than 8 years. She completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at Southern Cross Education Institute in 2017. She also completed studies in dry needling in 2019.
In her massages, Kanex uses trigger point therapy, deep tissue and Swedish massage, acupressure, hot stones, cupping, dry needling, stress and pain relief as well as reflexology techniques dependant on a client’s individual needs. She enjoys seeing the progression of her clients from their initial presentation through their subsequent treatments to improved health and wellness.
Kanex’ personal interests include exploring the outdoors, gym and weight training, travel, painting, snowboarding, dancing, health and fitness.
Gemma | Myotherapist
Gemma is a qualified myotherapist and remedial massage therapist, specialising in myofascial release, myofascial dry needling, deep tissue massage, cupping, passive stretching, and corrective exercises. She is an attentive and caring practitioner who enjoys working with people and finds it truly rewarding to help others reach their health goals.
Gemma is an advocate for the health benefits of manual therapy and movement. She is equipped with a strong understanding of the musculoskeletal system and precise myotherapy techniques to effectively treat muscular dysfunction, prevent injury and improve mobility. She provides her clients with an individually structured treatment plan to address their concern and unique presentation. She has a special interest in helping manage chronic pain, nerve pathologies, occupational and postural related dysfunction, pregnancy related issues, and headaches.
Grace | Remedial Massage Therapist
Grace completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at VFA and will be continuing her studies in 2019 to obtain an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy. She is always looking for learning opportunities to enhance her knowledge and client outcomes.
Grace’s empathetic and caring nature is what sparked her interest in the massage industry. Seeing clients respond to treatment and reach their health goals is always rewarding and drives her to continue helping others.
Grace’s treatments include deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and stretching. These techniques will be applied to suit an individual’s needs whether it be postural imbalances, muscle tension, pain or general well-being.
Charlton | Remedial Massage Therapist
Charlton Szapiro is an accredited Remedial Massage Therapist and a member of Massage and Myotherapy Australia. Charlton’s practice is inclusive with significant experience working with a variety of clients including fitness professionals, everyday workers, those with active lifestyles, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Charlton brings a sensitive and compassionate quality to his practice, helping his clients to understand their treatment and condition, whilst offering rehabilitative techniques and strategies to ensure a pain-free life. Utilising a combination of skills to help release tension and restore range of motion, including cupping and dry needling, Charlton has helped his clients manage their pain and stay active.
His empathetic and collaborative approach ensures that each client has an experience that is tailored to their individual needs, health goals, and concerns. He also maintains an active interest in nutrition, weight training, cycling and meditation.
Phil | Myotherapist
Myotherapy, Remedial Massage and Low Level Laser Therapy
Phil completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at The Australian Institute of Natural Therapies & his Myotherapy Advanced Diploma at the Victorian College of Health Education. He has also completed Studies in Myofascial Dry Needling, Laser Therapy, Advanced Cupping & Myofascial Release. Phil has worked in both the clinical and corporate sectors of the health industry, with over 15 years of practice he has acquired a broad knowledge of muscular issues and injuries, and is experienced in treating a wide range of postural problems.
Amy | Certified Massage Therapist
Amy has worked in the Beauty and Massage industry for 11 years and is currently studying a Diploma of Remedial Massage at Max Therapies College.
Amy combines relaxation, Swedish and deep tissue massage to alleviate pain and tension and also reduce stress.
She is passionate about the health benefits of massage and sees it as a powerful tool to take charge of your health and well-being.
Amy is looking forward to exploring new skills and knowledge in the industry.
Patrick Casey | Remedial Massage Therapist
Patrick holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage and membership with Massage and Myotherapy Australia, regularly attending Continuing Professional Education events. He has an interest in movement based injuries, whether that be from sport, working an active job or from being in the garden.
Following the mantra of movement is medicine, some of Patricks clients benefit from a combination of massage, joint mobilisations and movement based exercises. Other techniques available to him include deep tissue, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and muscle energy techniques.
Patrick has a solid foundation in sports massage and recovery treatments, working with professional sports teams including the NRLW and Rugby League World Cup 9’s.
In his spare time you’ll find Patrick tending to his veggie patch or out on the bike exploring the hills.
Chloe | Remedial Massage Therapist
Chloe completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at Melbourne institute of massage therapy in 2018. In 2016 Chloe suffered sports related injury, that left her unable to work for a short amount of time and that’s what really sparked her passion to start studying remedial massage, she now has a constant drive to want to help people in need.
Chloe has been working as a sports trainer at a local football club for the last year, gaining experience and skills in sports related injuries.
Chloe’s main goal in her career is to be able to relieve pain/stress in the lives of others. Chloe is a caring individual and would love to go home each day knowing that she has helped someone. Chloe hopes to forever develop new skills and knowledge.
Guste | Remedial Massage Therapist
Gusta is a certified Massage Therapist. Back home in Lithuania she worked for 2 years as a physiotherapist. After a short break from work and exploring a bit of Europe she decided to move to Melbourne in 2018 to study Remedial Massage. Being able to experience somewhere far away from home and be able to develop and grow professionally keeps her motivated, optimistic, creative and energetic every single day.
For her treatments Gusta combines deep tissue techniques, sports massage, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques, myofascial release and stretching. From her previous work as a physiotherapist she is also able to show simple daily mobility and stretching exercises for her clients.
Her aim is to listen and help her clients to improve their wellbeing. She will greet every single person with a big smile.
Gusta is passionate for Watsu therapy (water shiatsu massage). It is a field she would like to explore more, enabling her to integrate her massage therapy skills into the water.
Outside of work, Gusta has a passion for movement training classes in Melbourne where she is exploring new ways of moving her body. Her free time is moving time – walking with a dog, riding her bike, exploring the city, dancing and being adventurous wherever she goes.