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Top 20 Chinese Massage venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Chinese Massage from around Australia.

  1. Shen Chinese Medicine - South Melbourne Market

    166 York Street, South Melbourne 3205
    Rating:
    (6)
    Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture Centres offers a range of wellness and therapeutic services including Chinese, deep tissue oil and remedial massages.
  2. Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture - St Kilda

    166 Acland St, St Kilda 3182
    Rating:
    (14)
    Enjoy a traditional Chinese massage, reflexology or cupping with Dr Shen, who has over twenty years experience as a Chinese medicine practitioner.
  3. E.T Chinese Massage

    367 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056
    Rating:
    (24)
    E.T Chinese Massage is your destination for authentic Chinese Massage and Cupping. Treatments are based on traditional Chinese and deep tissue oil massage.
  4. Lowood Natural Therapies

    81 Main Street, Lowood 4311
    Rating:
    (19)
    Lowood Natural Therapies offers affordable remedial, relaxation or hot stone massage to soothe your aches and pains. Re-balance your body and mind with Reiki.
  5. Lu's Healthcare Pty Ltd

    Lonsdale St, Prahran 3181
    Rating:
    (11)
    Book in for some TLC with Lu’s Healthcare. Treat your body to a full body massage package, oil massage, acupuncture, or cupping.
  6. Lavender Massage Therapy

    327 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick 3185
    Rating:
    (12)
    Discover traditional Chinese massage techniques with Lavender Massage Therapy. Choose from treatments including relaxation massage, reflexology, and cupping.
  7. Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture - Chinatown

    Shop 2, 163A Little Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (4)
    Feel a million dollars after a visit to Shen Chinese Medicine Centre. Book in for a traditional Chinese massage, reflexology or cupping.
  8. Xallini Day Spa

    402 Hampton St, Hampton 3188
    Rating:
    (15)
    Step into a spa oasis with Xallini Day Spa invite. Indulge in luxurious hair, beauty and massage treatments including remedial, deep tissue and aromatherapy.
  9. Anasa Healing

    219 Magill Road, Maylands 5069
    Rating:
    (13)
    Anasa Healing is a beautiful haven of calmness and healing. It combines acupressure, Swedish massage, remedial massage, reflexology and relaxation techniques.
  10. Carnation Beauty & Therapy

    211 Glenferrie Road, Malvern 3144
    Rating:
    (5)
    Carnation Beauty & Therapy offer affordable massage therapy services including acupressure and deep tissue oil massage, and Chinese traditional medical therapy.
  11. Harmony Relaxation Massage

    1/498 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
    Rating:
    (9)
    Harmony Relaxation Massage specialises in deep tissue, sports massage, hot stone massage, reflexology, cupping, and foot pampering.
  12. Orchard Road Nail & Beauty

    231 Lygon Street, Carlton 3053
    Rating:
    (62)
    Discover the beautiful modern salon at Orchard Road Nail & Beauty. The expert staff are committed to providing premium service in a calming, tranquil space.
  13. Le Beau Monde

    1/60 Hardware Ln, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (14)
    Le Beau Monde offers a tranquil and relaxing environment by incorporating smooth jazz or classical music into massages, waxes, eyebrow art, facials and more.
  14. Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture - Port Melbourne

    163 Bay Street, Port Melbourne 3207
    Rating:
    (2)
    Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture Centres offers a range of wellness and therapeutic services including Chinese, deep tissue oil and remedial massages.
  15. Spring Beauty & Therapy

    20-22 McKillop Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (10)
    Relax with a massage treatment with Spring Beauty & Therapy. Choose from acupressure, deep tissue oil, or Chinese traditional medical therapy or reflexology.
  16. Eassa Day Spa

    34 Hindley Street, Adelaide CBD 5000
    Rating:
    (6)
    Eassa Day Spa offers a range of treatments including facials, cosmetic injectables, Thai massage, pregnancy massage, and eye, neck and décolletage treatments.
  17. Empire Therapeutic

    113 Spring Street, Reservoir 3073
    Visit Empire Therapeutic for a massage of your dreams. The staff are experts in traditional Chinese massage, cupping, reflexology and hot stone massage.
  18. Health Focus Massage & Acupuncture

    82 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point 2011
    Health Focus Massage & Acupuncture offers massage combined with alternative therapies, such as acupuncture, cupping, ear candling, and even a iDetox Cleanse.
  19. Vibrant Ayurveda - Burleigh Heads

    1863 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads 4220
    Embrace this ancient form of healing and wellness at Vibrant Ayurveda Wellness Centre. Restore balance in your body with a Ayurvedic Lifestyle consultation.
  20. D.M Spa

    859 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056
    D.M. Spa specialises in traditional Chinese Massage, as well as ancient healing techniques like Cupping, Ear Candling, Moxibustion and Herb Mud treatments.
Average rating of venues offering Chinese Massage accross Australia
4.5 · based on 247 reviews of 85 venues

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Chinese Massage

An Ancient art steeped in history and tradition, Chinese Massage utilises the hands of expert therapists to manipulate soft tissue and effectively transport and guide blood and energy, or “chi” throughout the body using age-old, proven techniques.

While usually reserved for the treatment of physical injury or illness, many people believe the treatment can help to improve mental stamina, boost the immune system, and prevent degenerative diseases. After just one session you can expect to feel renewed, invigorated, and may even experience a ‘rush’ as unwanted toxins escape from the body.

If you’re not familiar with the world of traditional Chinese massage therapy, strap yourself in, because we’ve got everything you need to know, right here on Bookwell.

History of Chinese Massage

In addition to herbal medicine remedies, diet and acupuncture, Chinese massage therapy is one of the key elements of traditional Chinese medicine, with an abundance of legitimate benefits. Dating way back to the Shang Dynasty period, somewhere between 16th and 11th century BC, the earliest records of traditional Chinese massage therapy were uncovered as carvings and inscriptions on bones and tortoise shells.

Today, the technique still proves extremely popular, working to nurture your physical and emotional wellbeing. For a total healing experience, it is believed that combining Chinese massage therapy with herbal medicine can have significant benefits, as the massage actually works to enhance and stimulate the action of said medicine.

What can you expect?

There are two kinds of traditional Chinese Massage therapy: ‘Tui na’ and ‘Zhi Ya’.

  • Tui na - Tui na involves stretching, pushing and kneading the muscles to promote the general flow of energy throughout the body. To get a better idea, imagine the action of kneading dough - sounds silly, but after a good 10 minutes or so, the dough transforms from something hard and stiff to something soft, smooth and malleable, doesn’t it?

  • Zhi ya - Zhi ya involves the more localised method of pressing and pinching acupressure points to relieve immediate pain and stress in specific areas - pretty self explanatory. Studies show that going for a massage once or twice a month can help to enhance muscle repair and recovery.

Benefits of Chinese Massage

Well, let’s just say that for a therapy so beneficial it would probably be wiser to list the things it doesn’t help with…! Seriously though, in a nutshell, Chinese massage therapy is your one stop shop for relief from a wide variety of health concerns.

Chinese Massage technique can

  • Provide pain relief
  • Improve blood flow
  • Relieve stress
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Improve sleep
  • Offer feeling of overall wellbeing
  • Boost immunity
  • Help to prevent development of degenerative diseases

A May 2013 study by the American Massage Therapy Association actually revealed that regular treatments can help to relieve a range of illness, including chronic lower back pain, cardiovascular disease and rheumatoid arthritis - those Ancient folk were definitely onto something!

Why choose Chinese massage therapy?

Let’s look at Chinese massage vs Thai massage as an example. Thai massage is generally reserved for relaxation, or for stress relief purposes. It’s a stretchy, yoga-type situation, where the therapist will manipulate your body and, essentially, stretch you out.

In comparison, Chinese massage is more often utilised as a treatment for existing medical problems or specific pain relief. The therapist will usually ask you to sit upright on a chair or couch, so they can easily locate and stimulate the various pressure points of concern.

For effective relief from pain, stress, and to help balance your body, mind and spirit, use Bookwell to find a Chinese massage therapist in your local area today.

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