Lee Ross – Mobile Massage Therapist

Sunshine Coast Remedial Massage Therapist

Qualified with a Diploma of Remedial Massage, Lee Ross employs a range of massage techniques used in Remedial Massage including Trigger Point Therapy (TPR) and Myofascial Release (MFR).  Lee also utilises Special Orthopaedic Tests including Range of Motion as part of the assessment of Client needs.

Lee’s empathetic nature and ability to truly understand the client’s needs sets him apart from the rest. Clients’ personal and professional goals are of the highest importance for Lee. Targeting his skill set in body maintenance, and the ability to create favourable conditions for the body to heal and perform at an optimal level. Since launching the business, Lee has worked with a range of clients from those that live with ongoing conditions to International Athletes from various sports and everyone in between.

Lee works closely with other like-minded professionals and continues to study other modalities to incorporate into the business and support the needs of all clients.

Our Remedial Massage Therapy Services

What is Remedial Massage?

The difference between a Remedial and a Relaxation massage lies not only within the massage techniques but also within the assessment. A qualified Remedial Massage Therapist will assess your muscles by using a range of tests that may include but not limited to, Range of Motion test (ROM), Special Tests and a Functional Screening process. This will determine whether the discomfort is due to the muscles or another and what muscles need to be treated.

Why book a Remedial Massage?

Our body can present with points of pain and/or discomfort during our busy lives. Remedial massage can assist in releasing this pressure through the loosening of muscles, deactivating trigger points and loosen fascia. This is a great way to manage or prevent injury and other conditions.

When and how often should you get a Remedial Massage?

Remedial massage is not the type of massage that you would get daily, as you generally are a little tender afterwards. In some cases, weekly Remedial massage is good to start for ongoing treatments but this should be moved to fortnightly soon after. The best way to prolong treatments is to listen to your therapist and the advice they give you, especially when it comes to stretches and foam rolling activities. The goal is to as quickly as possible create favourable conditions for the body to return to normal health.

1hr Massage

$ 80

1.5hr Massage

$ 115

2hr Massage

$ 150

Cupping (Add-On)

$ 10

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K-Taping (Add-On)

$ 5

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