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We are on a mission to inspire women to live their best life free of injury, pain and stress. Discover our range of packages or contact us to discuss your needs.
Myotherapy | Untangled Living, Massage Therapy Melbourne


Myotherapy is a physical muscle therapy based on western medical principles to prevent and treat soft tissue injuries. Techniques include massage, stretching, cupping and dry needling.
Remedial Massage | Untangled Living, Massage Therapy Melbourne

Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage assists the body’s natural healing process by focusing on areas causing pain and discomfort. Techniques include deep tissue massage, stretching, trigger point therapy, joint mobilisation and exercises.
Preganancy Massage | Untangled Living, Massage Therapy Melbourne

Pregnancy Massage

Our Pregnancy Massage relaxes and supports your body during this special time. Regular massage can help you relax, reduce swelling, improve your sleep and reduce back pain caused by a shift in the centre of gravity.

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Specialising in delivering perinatal massage therapy What is NurtureLife® NurtureLife® is a holistic perinatal massage therapy method developed by Pregnancy Massage Australia that supports women who are nurturing new life. NurtureLife® was born from a desire to share our specialist knowledge and natural support techniques with women on their journey through pregnancy and beyond. Certified NurtureLife® practitioners deliver specialised massage treatment that focuses on nurturing both mother and baby. When looking for a pregnancy massage specialist look for a NurtureLife® practitioner and you will be in the best hands. The NurtureLife® massage experience has a natural, comprehensive approach to perinatal care, offering a broad range of support with a unique focus on massage. What are the benefits of NurtureLife® Pregnancy is a constant state of change; a NurtureLife® pregnancy massage specialist offers wonderful support through the perinatal period. The body undergoes many changes and the discomforts of pregnancy can be relieved. At NurtureLife® we believe a well supported mum will have a wonderful journey into motherhood. Regular NurtureLife® pregnancy massage helps to support the many changes occurring from week to week, allowing the body to adapt through the pregnancy. We focus on the mother baby connection creating a warm, safe, secure nurturing environment where mum can rest relax and recharge. The NurtureLife® experience assists in relieving many of the common causes of discomfort during pregnancy. NurtureLife® for postnatal care The early postnatal weeks are the time for your body to readjust and recover from the birth and pregnancy. The joy of adapting to new motherhood can also be exhausting, as the body is undergoing many changes. At NurtureLife® we... read more

How massage therapy can help your health

The benefits of massage should be seen in the context of the whole of the person; physical, emotional, mental, psychological. The Physical benefits of massage The Respiratory System: The respiratory system will benefit as the lungs will be encouraged to work in a slower and deeper way as the body relaxes, more oxygen will therefore be taken into bloodstream and circulates around the body. The Muscular System: Muscle tone can be improved through regular massage and muscular atrophy can be reduced. Muscles receive increased blood, oxygen and nutrient supplies and are their functioning is therefore improved. Cramps, spasms, muscular knots, aches and pains can be released. By working on the shoulders, back and neck muscles headaches and backaches can be relieved. The Circulatory System: Massage improves and stimulates the blood supply to and from the heart. Improved circulation to the joints through massage can also be beneficial to arthritis sufferers as this helps to reduce inflammation and increase the elimination of toxins and waste products kept in the muscles and blood supply around the joints. Improved circulation also helps the body to heal injures e.g. sprains, cuts, bruises by enabling the natural healing processes to go into action quicker and more effectively. The health and quality of the skin can also be improved by regular massage because nutrient supply delivered to the skin by a blood will be increased and toxins will be eliminated quicker. The Lymphatic System: The lymphatic system is made up of the network of lymphatic vessels running throughout the body. The main function of the lymphatic system is the body’s defense mechanism. Infectious materials and... read more

Heat vs Cold

Both heat and cold can help reduce pain. However, it can be confusing to decide which is more suitable at any given time. These basic rules may help:

Use cold for acute pain (first 72 hours) or a new swollen/inflamed injury.

Use heat for chronic pain or an injury that is a 3 or more days old.

Ultimately, you need to choose what works best for you. If icing feels unpleasant, then heat may provide more comfort.

However, it is important to take the type of injury into account. Different types of injury need different treatments to heal properly. Ice and heat are not substitutes for medical evaluation and treatment.

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“Myo- what?” What is Myotherapy?

If I had a dollar for every person that asked me what is a Myotherapy, I’d have a lot of dollars. Myotherapy is a form of physical therapy used to treat or prevent soft tissue pain and restricted joint movement caused by muscle or myofascia dysfunction. Myofascia are the thin, fibrous sheets of tissue that surround and separate muscles. Ligaments and tendons are comprised of bundled myofascia. The philosophy of myotherapy is founded on Western medical principles including anatomy, physiology and biomechanics. You don’t need a referral from a doctor to make an appointment with a myotherapist. Symptoms of soft tissue pain Pain that is caused by muscle tissue or muscle fascia (myofascia) is called myofascial pain. Symptoms can include: deep and constant aching muscle tightness sore spots in the muscle (myofascial trigger points) reduced joint mobility stiff joints numbness recurrent tingling, prickling or ‘pins and needles’ sensation unexplained tiredness. Myotherapy can treat a range of disorders Myotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of disorders including: overuse injury such as tennis elbow or shin splints some sports injuries tension headache pain caused by poor posture some types of chronic back pain some types of joint pain, such as shoulder impingement syndrome muscle sprains. What to expect at your first myotheray appointment For your first appointment, take any medical test results (such as x-ray films) that relate to your condition. The myotherapist will ask many questions about your symptoms. Tell them about your medical history, including prior illness and surgery. Give them a list of all the medicines you are currently taking. This information is kept in... read more

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