Cert IV Massage Therapy
Registered Member of The Association of Massage Therapists
H McGuffie Posted: 08/11/2017
"I had one of the best remedial massages ever. I highly recommend this business and will definitely be visiting again."
Deal: 60mins Full Body Massage
Janette G Posted: 02/04/2018
"Brilliant eye for detail. She knew exactly where my pain was stemming from. Highly recommended."
Deal: 60mins Full Body Massage
Sue K Posted: 02/06/2018
"Very clean and masseuse was professional. Great massage"
Deal: 60mins Full Body Massage
Valmae S. Posted: 05/12/2018
"Had a lovely foot massage done by Mary. It was very good and enjoyable. I would certainly recommend it and i will definitely return for another treatment."
Deal: 35-Minute Magnesium Foot Spa & Massage
Oils used In This Clinic:
Grapeseed Oil * Borage Oil * Argan Oil * Evening Primrose Oil * Hemp Seed Oil * Jojoba Oil * Rosehip Oil
Why do we use these oils?
A great massage begins with a great blend of oils, which is nourishing for the body and aids the smooth gliding massage techniques.
We use a blend of organic oils and essential oils from local Australian oil mcerchant - Ahimsa Oils, that is deeply soothing for the skin and great for conditions like dry skin, dermatitis and eczema. Below is the amazing properties of these oils, and why they're so good for your skin:
Grapeseed Oil: Extracted from the seed of wine grapes and is a good source of vitamin E, that also works as an antioxidant, which helps to protect your skin cells from the damaging effects of Sun, wind and pollution. It a light oil which absorbs easily into the skin, and this makes it the perfect carrier oil for our nourishing oil blends.
Borage Oil: Borage oil is derived from the seed of the plant "Borago officinalis", also known as starflower. It is increasingly popular as a natural anti-inflammatory because it has one of the highest amounts of omega-6 “essential” fatty acid. It is great for treating eczema and dermatitis.
Argan Oil: Produced from the kernels of the argan tree ("Argania spinosa" L.), this plant oil is exclusive to Morocco. It is rich in Vitamin A & E and is great for treating skin infections, bug bites, skin rashes and is a great moisturiser for your hair.
Evening Primrose Oil: is derived from the "Oenothera biennis" plant. The Native Americans and European settlers used primrose, a wildflower that grows in eastern and central Northern America, for food. It is known to be a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E and vitamin K. Evening primrose oil has proved to be a valuable treatment choice for people suffering from skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis.
Hemp Seed Oil: Hemp is a variety of the cannabis plant. The oil in hemp seeds penetrates the inner layers of the skin and promotes healthy cell growth — studies have also shown it can help to improve conditions of psoriasis and eczema.
Jojoba Oil: Jojoba oil (pronounced ho-ho-ba) is the liquid wax that is produced from the seed of the "Simmondsia chinensis" (jojoba) plant, which is a shrub native to southern Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico. Jojoba oil is noncomedogenic, meaning it doesn’t clog pores and is rich in iodine, which fights harmful bacteria growth that leads to breakouts. The antioxidants present in jojoba oil soothe fine lines, wrinkles and naturally slow down other signs of aging.
Rosehip Oil: Rosehip oil is harvested from the seeds of rose bushes ("Rosa moschata" or "Rosa rubiginosa")predominately grown in Chile, and is full of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are known to correct dark spots and hydrate dry, itchy skin, whilst also reducing scars and fine lines. Rosehip oil also has significant anti-aging benefits for your face. Super light and non-greasy, the anti-aging benefit comes from its high antioxidant content and the oil’s ability to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin where it can improve moisture levels and reduce visible signs of aging.
We offer our services with the highest level of professional conduct. Please note the following points when contacting us to arrange an appointment.
IMPORTANT: If you book an appointment and cannot attend please call ASAP to advise. If you do not cancel and do not show up for the appointment, there will be a $20 No Show fee on your next booking.
IMPORTANT: If you are sick with cold and flu (or any other viral or bacterial infections) please DO NOT attend appointments, until condition has cleared up. Attending appointments when sick, puts the Massage therapist and other clients at risk.
massage therapists are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe, or treat any physical or mental illness.
massage should not be construed as a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis, or treatment.
If you have suffered an injury that has caused chronic ongoing issues, please consult a GP/Physiotherapist before booking a massage.
Pregnancy massage and couple's massage is not provided by this business.
Health Fund rebates are not available at this time.
This clinic does not see children 17 yrs and under .
Privacy Statement Overview
This Privacy Statement sets out how Massage & Aromatherapy Margate complies with the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) in the Privacy Act 1988 (the Privacy Act).
In performing our functions, we may collect, hold, use or disclose your personal information. This policy contains information about how we collect, use, disclose and store personal information, including sensitive information, and how individuals may access and correct personal information that we may hold.
We take privacy seriously and will only collect, use and disclose your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act and other applicable laws.
The Privacy Act applies to information about individuals, not to information about entities such as businesses, firms or trusts. If we do not receive personal information about you, the Privacy Act will not apply. Detailed information on the Privacy Act can be found on the website of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.