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Tony Wilson
Tony specialises in neck, shoulder and back pain using a combination of remedial, myofascial and trigger-point therapy.
Anna's area of special interest is treating soft tissue injuries, especially shoulders and necks. She uses a combination of deep tissue, sports massage and trigger point therapy.
Vanessa Faccin
Vanessa specialises in remedial and myofascial-deep tissue massage. She is also very experienced in Pregnancy Massage.


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Back Massage - DIY

If you practise this easy back massage technique you will qickly rid yourself of that annoying ache between your shoulder blades. At the first sign of the ache returning, do the back massage technique again, and you will stop the ache before it becomes worse.

Having A Ball

  • Lie on the floor - carpet is more comfortable than a hard floor.
  • Position a tennis or hard rubber ball under a tight muscle or sore spot in our upper back. You may need a little manoeuvring (by lightly rolling your body over the ball) to get the ball in the right spot.
  • Use your body weight to apply pressure to the spot and lie on the ball for 30 seconds. If the spot is sore, the ball may need to stay there up to a minute.
  • Adjust the pressure by altering the amount of your body weight on the ball.
  • For maximum pressure, lift your buttocks off the floor.
  • Move the ball to another tight/sore spot in your back, either with your hands, or by moving your back over the ball.
  • NB: The soreness/tenderness/pain you feel should be no more than 7 out of 10 on your own 0-10 pain scale. 7/10 is sore but bearable. As you continue to lie on the ball the soreness will diminish. This tells you that the tight muscle is releasing. If the soreness does not diminish after 60 seconds, leave it and come back to the spot the next day.
This is an excellent technique for releasing 'hard to reach' tight muscles/trigger points between the shoulder blades and the long muscles of the back. And remember, do this on a regular basis.

For the latest information and advice about the causes, prevention and pain relief techniques for all forms of back pain visit Backache Relief

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Based in Sydney, Australia, we offer remedial massage, aroma massage, Hot Stone massage (hot rock massage), pregnancy massage (prenatal massage), postnatal massage, swedish massage, oncology massage and mobile massage therapy.

Home visits available across the Hills District of Sydney. Gift certificates available. Phone 0412757712 Kellyville NSW 2155, Australia.

We visit surrounding areas including: Acacia Gardens, Arcadia, Annangrove, Baulkham Hills, Bella Vista, Beaumont Hills, Berkshire Park, Blacktown, Bligh Park,Castle Hill, Cherrybrook, Dural, Galston, Glendenning, Glenhaven, Glenwood, Kellyville, Kellyville Ridge, Kenthurst, Kings Langley, Kings Park, Lalor Park, Marsden Park, McGraths Hill, Maryong, Mulgrave, Newbury, North Rocks, Norwest, Oakville, Parklea, Quakers Hill, Riverstone, Round Corner, Rouse Hill, Schofields, Seven Hills, Stanhope Gardens, and Vineyard, in Sydney, Australia
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