Murray Parr began his career as a Remedial Therapist in 1999 and has steadily acquired a wealth of knowledge and qualifications since then.
Murray specialises in the treatment of muscle disorders, through four modalities – Cranio Sacral Therapy, Clinical Myotherapy, Remedial Massage & Visceral Adjustments, and is constantly upgrading his education through various methods of Professional Development. Murray’s treatments include releasing painful muscle tension, improving flexibility and reducing mental and physical fatigue.
Over the many years he has been practicing, Murray has assisted children, students, the elderly, the “Weekend Warrior” types and people with chronic illnesses and injuries, in fact all types of people, from all facets of society. He has an excellent reputation as a therapist and people often refer to him as “the man with the healing hands”.
Murray is a certified Hypnotherapist and a member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy.
* Master Practitioner in Hypnotherapy.
* Master Practitioner in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming).
* Master Practitioner in Time Line Therapy (R).
* Master Coach.
Warren Hirst began his career with bodywork back in 2004. He has studied Acupuncture, Remedial Massage, Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Dry Needling and has completed a Bachelor of Clinical Science degree. Having completed these courses in Thailand, South Africa, England and Australia, Warren brings a wealth of international knowledge and experience to the clinic. His work experience in the health and wellness industry ranges from international spa groups, small privately owned acupuncture and massage clinics to university health clinics.
Warren says “Before your treatment, we discuss your case history. From there we decide which methods will be used to benefit you most. One of the main reasons I got into this line of work, was to positively help people. That in essence, is what our industry is about. When people they tell me how much the treatments are benefiting them and how particular concerns have been resolved, this makes me feel fantastic.”
The different poses in Thai Massage force fresh circulation to specific areas of your body, helping with lymphatic drainage and the return of blood to the heart and digestive system. We will begin the massage by pressing to stimulate energy flow, and to release blockages or stagnation which result in pain. This part of the massage is very thorough and prepares the muscles for stretching. When we is satisfied that all soft tissues have been adequately pressed, stretching begins.
This will be subtle at first but gradually progresses to the elegant, large scale stretches for which Thai Massage is renowned. Every muscle and joint is treated to counteract the lack of mobility of the joints which are the result of muscles shortening under the influence of repetitive strain.
Regular Thai Massage stretches the muscles back to their normal resting length. We will deliver an excellent Thai Massage that results in lowered stress levels, relief of tension and stiffness in muscles and joints, along with improvements in energy levels and blood circulation. In short, you will leave feeling really, really good.
Foot massage, or reflexology, was originally practiced by the Chinese, who believe that every part of the body corresponds to a precise spot on the sole of the foot, and that massaging that spot will benefit the corresponding organ. There are a number of theories as to how reflexology works, from stimulating the nervous system to unblocking the life force known as Qi, to releasing endorphins or promoting lymphatic flow. No one knows for sure – but after a long day’s shopping or a busy day in the office, who cares? What is a fact is that there are few things more restorative than a good foot massage. Come see us to get relief now.