Physiotherapy aims to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement, functional ability and general wellness. Our services support circumstances where movement and function are made vulnerable due to aging, injury, pain, diseases, disorders or environmental factors.
Spinal Mobilization Therapy
Locked vertebrae can lead to pain and discomfort. By mobilising the bones, the tension in the muscles is alleviated helping to regain pain free movement.
Restorative Muscle Therapy
Sometimes known as deep tissue massage, at Asaya we prefer to refer to this service as restorative muscle therapy, whereby the therapist uses targeted pressure and kneading of the muscles to improve your overall body function. This treatment helps to slow your breathing, lower your blood pressure and turn down the intensity of the sensations of pain and tension. Your muscles will be relaxed and you will leave feeling amazing.
Active Isolated Stretching
Experience the unique stretching treatment which incorporates isolated repetitive movements focusing on lengthening your muscles and gently releasing the fascia that surrounds them. A beneficial way of increasing flexibility and your functional range of motion.
An analysis of the golf swing is conducted to pinpoint areas of flexibility and weakness that can be addressed. This information is then used to prescribe exercises to develop a better swing and prevent injury. (number of sessions will depend on the frequency of golf game)
Aroma Atelier by Asaya
A one-on-one consultation to set the intention and purpose of your treatment will be key in identifying and selecting the most appropriate blend of oils from the Aroma Atelier for maximum benefits.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is especially helpful for chronically tense and contracted areas such as stiff necks, low back tightness, and sore shoulders.
Tui Na 90 minutes
An oil-free massage using kneading, rolling, pressing, and rubbing techniques between your joints, in Chinese tradition known as the “eight gates”. A common antidote for athletes with fatigue, or if you are feeling stagnant or emotionally stuck.