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Deep healing therapies from Japanese qualified practitioners.







RELIEF AND COMFORT


Relief for your neck,back,shoulders,
tension,stress problems.








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* Shiatsu

30mins $50
60mins $69
90mins $99


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* Deep Tissue Sports Massage

* Relaxation

* Reflexology

* Hot Stone Massage

* Combinations

* Japanese Face Massage

30mins $55
60mins $88
90mins $120



 

Aromatherapy
Plus $10
add one of our essential oil blends to any massage or facial to provide deeper relaxation.


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* Mobile Massage

* SPA Packages




Phone:@03 451 1102

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What is Shiatsu?


Shiatsu is a traditional, Japanese healing method.
similar to acupuncture, but uses finger pressure instead of needles.
Its name comes from two Japanese words "Shi"or finger and "atsu"or pressure.

The shiatsu practitioner uses palms, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, elbows, to work on the body`s a meridians or energy channels. Its a from of "touch communication," and is a safe and effective preventive medicine.
It helps to balance a persons energy flow, and strengthen the vital organs.
For Shiatsu, you wear loose clothing, @
Shiatsu treatment is holistic, addressing the whole body rather than focusing on the one area wher symptoms are most obvious.
A Shiatsu session usually lasts an hour.
No oil is used in this full body, firm-pressure massages.




What is reflexology?

Reflexology is a form of bodywork that focuses primarily on the feet.


How does reflexology work?

The underlying theory behind reflexology is that there are "reflex" areas on the feet and hands that correspond to specific organs, glands, and other parts of the body. For example:

  • the tips of the toes reflect the head
  • the heart and chest are around the ball of the foot
  • the liver, pancreas and kidney are in the arch of the foot
  • low back and intestines are towards the heel

I believed that certain areas on the feet and hands were linked to other areas and organs of the body. This concept was furthered by physiotherapist Eunice Ingham into the modern practice of reflexology.

Practitioners believe that applying pressure to these reflex areas can promote health in the corresponding organs through energetic pathways




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What is Deep Tissue Massage?


Deep Tissue Massage is a massage technique
that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue.
It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body
through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas,
either following or going across the fiber's of the muscles,
tendons and fascia.




Why get a deep Tissue Massage?



It feels good and it is beneficial to your health.
When muscles are stressed,
they block oxygen and nutrients,
leading to inflammation that builds up toxins in the muscle tissue.
A deep-tissue massage helps loosen muscle tiss

ues,
release toxins from muscles
and get blood and oxygen circulating properly.


Therapeutic Relaxation Massage

The wonderful thing about getting a relaxation massage with us at Fruition Massage Therapy, is that not only will it be incredibly relaxing, but it will also be therapeutic.  We will sooth your aching muscles as well as ease any niggly sore spots. 


What is Hot Stone Massage Therapy?


Hot stone massage uses a combination of warmed stones and massage techniques to relax tense muscles, relieve pain and stiffness and improve circulation. The treatment can be used for ailments like muscular aches, arthritic conditions and autoimmune disorders.

What is
Combinations?

For some people a combination of therapeutic massage work best for their needs. If you feel a combination treatment would work best for you, then we can discuss your needs and decide on a combination treatment to suit you.

Some popular combinations are
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  • Back, neck & shoulder massage with Shiatsui         60 mins
  • Deep Tissue Sports Massage with Shiatsu       60 mins
  • Full body Relaxation massage with Hot Stone Massage          90 mins
  • Full body massage with Reflexology                               90 mins
  • Shiatsu Japanese Face Massage with Deep Tissue   90 mins
  • Upper body & Japanese Face Massage               90 mins
  • Reflexology with Neck & Massage                          60mins
  • Reflexology with Hot Towel Treatment                   60 mins



    Couples Massage Suite?




Experience our beautiful Couplefs Suite with someone special in your life. This warm and cozy room can accommodate a variety of treatments whether it be facials, massage, body treatments or any combination you desire.  The following are two of our most popular.



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Aromatherapy
Plus $10

add one of our essential oil blends to any massage or facial to provide deeper relaxation.


add one of our essential oil blends to any massage or facial to provide deeper relaxation.


Rosemary

Rosemary is known as the herb of remembrance. The plant produces an almost colorless essential oil with a strong, fresh, camphor aroma. It's used in many citrus colognes, forest and Oriental perfumes, and eau de cologne. Rinses for dark hair often contain rosemary, as do room deodorants, household sprays, disinfectants and soaps. Aromatherapy benefits: clarifying, invigorating.


Eucalyptus

Of the 300 species of eucalyptus trees in the world, Eucalyptus globulus is the best known. Eucalyptus has long been used in topical preparations such as liniments and salves. Cineole is the major constituent. Aromatherapy benefits: purifying, invigorating.


Cedarwood atlas

The Atlas cedar grows in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and Algeria. The aroma of Atlas cedar is woody, oily and slightly animal-like. The tree is closely related to the famous centuries-old biblical cedars of Lebanon now protected from further destruction by law. Atlas cedar is used for its aroma and fixative powers in soaps and perfumes. It blends well with woody, floral fragrances. Aromatherapy benefits: stabilizing, centering, strengthening.


Lime

Two types of lime oil are commonly sold: distilled and cold-pressed. Distilled oil is pale yellow or clear in color with a perfumey-fruity, limeade aroma. Pressed oil, which we offer, is yellowish to green in color, with a rich, fresh, lime peel aroma. While pressed lime oil is produced in smaller quantities and is more expensive than distilled lime oil, it is preferred in aromatherapy. Lime oil applied to the skin, may, in the presence of sunlight, cause a skin reaction. Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, cheering.


Niaouli

Oil of neroli is distilled from the flowers of the bitter orange tree. It has a very strong, refreshing, spicy, floral aroma and is one of the most widely used flower oils in perfumery. It is an ingredient in eau de cologne and blends well with citrus oils and floral oils. Neroli is also used in premium natural cosmetic preparations such as massage oils, skin creams and bath oils. Aromatherapy benefits: calming, soothing, sensual.


Palmarosa

Palmarosa is distilled from a grass closely related to citronella and lemongrass. The oil has a floral-rose grassy scent. It is used extensively in perfumes and soaps to add or enhance a rose note. Palmarosa is a cleansing, astringent addition to skin care products such as bath and massage oils. Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing.


Pine Needle

Pine oil is distilled from the twigs and needles of the Scotch pine that grows throughout much of Europe and Asia. It has a fresh, resinous, pine needle aroma. The oil is used to scent a number of household and personal care products such as room sprays, detergents, vaporizer liquids, cough and cold preparations and masculine perfumes. When used in skin care preparations, pine oil should always be well diluted as it can be irritating to sensitive skin. Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, invigorating.


Ylang Ylang

Ylang ylang oil is distilled from the early morning, fresh-picked flowers of the cananga tree. The distillation process is interrupted at various points and the oil accumulates is removed. The first oil to be drawn off is the highest quality and is graded "extra." Ylang ylang extra has an intense floral, sweet, jasmine-like, almost narcotic aroma. Aromatherapy benefits: sensual, euphoric.


Tea Tree

The leaf of the tea, or ti, tree had a long history of use by the indigenous peoples of Australia before tea tree was "discovered" by the crew of the famous English explorer James Cook. The aroma of the oil is warm, spicy, medicinal and volatile. It is occasionally used to scent spicy colognes and aftershaves. It blends well with lavandin, rosemary and nutmeg oils. Aromatherapy benefits: cleansing, purifying, uplifting.


Lemon

Our lemon oil is cold-pressed, a much better oil than distilled. The scent is evocative of the fresh ripe peel. Lemon oil in the bath or in massage oils should be well diluted as it can cause skin irritation. Caution: avoid using the oil in body care products when going out into the sun as it can cause redness and burning of the skin. Aromatherapy benefits: uplifting, refreshing, cheering.


Juniper Berry

Juniper berry oil is distilled from the dried ripe berry of the juniper tree. Juniper berry oil has a fresh, warm, balsamic, woody-pine needle odor. It is used with citrus oils in room sprays and in masculine and outdoorsy perfumes, after shaves and spicy colognes. Aromatherapy benefits: supportive, restoring.


Lavender

Lavender oil is used in baths, room sprays, toilet waters, perfumes, colognes, massage oils, sachets, salves, skin lotions and oils. It has a sweet, balsamic, floral aroma which combines well with many oils including citrus, clove, patchouli, rosemary, clary sage and pine. Aromatherapy benefits: balancing, soothing, normalizing, calming, relaxing, healing.


Cedarwood virginiana

Red cedarwood essential oil actually comes from a type of juniper known as Juniperus virginiana, whose common name is eastern red cedar. The balsamic-woody aroma of cedarwood oil evokes a feeling of inner strength and centeredness. It is quite useful in times of emotional stress and anxiety to overcome feelings of powerlessness.


Grapefruit

Our oil is cold-pressed from the peel of the common grapefruit. It has a fresh, sweet, bitter, citrus aroma. It is used to scent citrus perfumes and colognes, soaps, creams and lotions. Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, cheering.


Lemongrass

Lemongrass oil is distilled from a tropical grass native to Asia. It has a powerful, lemony, grassy aroma. It is used in insect repellents, room sprays, soaps and detergents. Aromatherapy benefits: vitalizing, cleansing.


Rosewood

Rosewood, or bois de rose, is a tropical tree growing wild in the Amazon basin. It has a sweet-woody, floral-nutmeg aroma that finds extensive use in fantasy-type perfumes and colognes. It is also used to scent soaps, creams, lotions, bath oils and massage oils. Aromatherapy benefits: gently strengthening, calming.


Peppermint

Peppermint has a powerful, sweet, menthol aroma which, when inhaled undiluted, can make the eyes water and the sinuses tingle. Aromatherapy benefits: vitalizing, refreshing, cooling.

 

Bergamot

Bergamot oil is cold-pressed from the peel of the nearly ripe fruit. The aroma of bergamot oil is fresh, lively, fruity and sweet. It is an excellent deodorizer. It contains a constituent called bergaptene that increases the skin's sensitivity to sunlight. Bergamot BF means "bergaptene free." Most of the sensitizing bergaptene constituent has been distilled out of this product but traces may still remain. Aromatherapy benefits: uplifting, inspiring, confidence-building.


Lavandin

Lavandin is a hybrid plant, the result of a natural cross-pollination of true lavender and spike lavender. The oil has a woody, spicy-green, camphor aroma. It is used in herbaceous colognes and blends well with numerous other oils including cypress, geranium, citronella, clove, cinnamon leaf, pine, thyme and patchouli. The scent is not very tenacious and requires the addition of a fixative when it needs to last more than a few hours. Aromatherapy benefits: balancing, clarifying, purifying.


Sweet Fennel

Sweet fennel oil has a very sweet, earthy, anise-like aroma due to its primary constituent, anethole. Sweet fennel usually contains more anethole than bitter fennel oil. Aromatherapy benefits: nurturing, supportive, restorative.



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