Welcome to Massage.co.nz!
Massage.co.nz strives to provide Massage and Aromatherapy services that are second to none.
We provide a range of Massage treatments including Relaxation, Therapeutic, Pregnancy, Sports Massage (Pre and Post event) and Onsite Corporate Chair Massage services, as well as Kinesio taping, Sports taping/strapping, Dry needling, Pain management, Aromatherapy Facials and Body Treatments.
A wide range of Aromatherapy and Massage products, Gifts and vouchers are available for purchase.
Massage.co.nz has been dedicated to treating muscles in Palmerston North since September 2004.
Massage.co.nz operates on a flexible time schedule. This means appointments can be made to suit your own time constraints.
Bookings are Essential!
Your First Massage
When you enter a massage clinic take a quick look around, If you feel comfortable within the surroundings your massage experience should be the same. By taking a mental note of surroundings you can better prepare yourself before you even get onto a massage table, if the area the massage is to be taking place is not a clean and professional looking environment you can walk away at anytime. Also look at how the therapist is attired.Written on Friday, 02 December 2005 17:48 Be the first to comment Read 632 times Read more...
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Greetings everyone, It's been a long time since anything was posted to the site, or our Facebook page for that matter. In order to stream line both, we are now auto publishing content posted to our site to our Facebook page.Written on Monday, 18 June 2012 21:13 Be the first to comment Read 411 times Read more...
What are essential oils
Written by Sarah JansenEssential oils are pure, concentrated extracts distilled from over 400 aromatic plants. The plants contain hormones, antibacterial properties, pheromones and cell regenerating agents. The extraction process concentrates the essence of the plant. When used properly the oils can provide us with beneficial physical and psychological effects. For example relaxing muscles and relieving mental tension as well as lifting, stabilising and balancing our moods.Written on Wednesday, 05 August 2009 13:50 Be the first to comment Read 823 times Read more...
Is your therapist qualified
Having a massage is a very personal experience and can make you a little nervous, especially if you have never had one before. By checking a therapist is qualified and requesting to see their certification can be very beneficial to your own peace of mind. A diploma level qualified therapist will inevitably have more knowledge and a better understanding of massage techniques and the muscular system than a therapist who only holds a certificate in relaxation massage.Written on Friday, 02 December 2005 18:53 Be the first to comment Read 655 times Read more...