Danielle Pereira

I trained as a massage therapist in Brazil and have been working in massage therapy for 4 years. I found my passion in my profession and I work with love and pleasure. It pleases me to see my clients leave the room with their body light,  and a smile on their face; it makes me fulfilled. I specialise in combining relaxing and remedial massage especially for those who need to relax muscules and for those who seek a balance in an integrated way between body, mind and soul. I try to make the client have an experience to forget about the world outside and at the moment of the massage just concentrate on their body and sit in peace.

Certificates from Brazil includes: Lymphatic Drainage, Thai Massage, Quick Massage, Reflexology Massage (foot massage), Shiatsu, Lomi Lomi, Hot Stone massage. In Australia my studies have also included Pregnancy Massage and Remedial Massage, Certificate IV. All treatments are suitable for any age including children

Remedial massage is a form of soft tissue therapy, which assists in rehabilitation, pain and injury management. Lymphatic Drainage provides several positive effects such as reduced fluid retention, improved blood circulation, improved cellulite, improved skin appearance, improved body relaxation, elimination of toxins and improved immune system. Lymphatic disorders (swelling form injuries, heavy swollen ankles and legs, management of Lymphoedema e.g swollen arm after breast cancer)

Treatments may assist you with:

  • General ill health
  • Emotional Issues
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Stress Management
  • increase energy and vitality.
  • improve circulation
  • include trigger point therapy
  • boost lymphatic flow and detoxification
  • Musculoskeletal bone joint & ligament injuries
  • Arthritis restricted muscle movement & function
  • Post surgery back, neck & shoulder care
  • Fluid retention
  • Respiratory conditions
  • Migraine & headaches
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