Massage is one of the earliest remedial practices of human kind and is said to be the most natural and instinctive means of relieving pain and discomfort. The therapist focuses on restoring balance within the body and is effective in a wide range of problems. Using a deeply effective holistic approach, combining scientific skills, sensitivity and intuition. BodyBliss Margaret River offers a caring, professional service based on our strong belief in the body’s wisdom and it’s ability to heal.

Massage can treat:

  • tension & stress
  • headaches & insomnia
  • stiff neck & shoulders
  • back pain & sciatica
  • sports injuries
  • chronic muscular pain
  • repetitive strain & injuries
  • Overexertion from exercise or over doing it
  • Contracted and tight muscles
  • Emotional exhaustion

Benefits of Massage:

  • Enhance energy flow and blood circulation
  • Improve immune system and lymphatic drainage
  • Relax muscle and soft tissue
  • Relieve stress and ease tension
  • Eliminate toxins & carbonic acid
  • Increases oxygen & nutrition supply
  • Eliminate toxins
  • Improve flexibility
  • Improve muscle tone
  • Improve joint mobility


There are many, many benefit’s the list is endless… Therapeutic massage is a wonderful way to feel nurtured, relax and unwind…



Is the ancient Chinese technique that incorporates. Pressure point massage on the feet , hands and ears to restore the flow of energy throughout the entire body.


It is believed that each part of the body is interconnected through the nervous system to the hands and feet and ears. Stimulating specific reflex points in the feet can bring needed nutrients to poorly functioning areas of the body which can aid in the restoration of balance throughout the body and will assist the body systems to naturally heal themselves.


Benefits of reflexology are:


  • Reduced stress and relief from stress related conditions
  • Induced relaxation
  • Increase of energy
  • Relief from acute and chronic conditions
  • Assists with sleeping disorders
  • Healing of sports injuries
  • It is seen as preventative therapy
  • Improvement to mental alertness
  • Helps creativity and productivity
  • Improves relationships within the body between the different body systems

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Is a specialised form of massage that has the objective of encouraging the lymphatic system to remove wastes and toxins from the body to help it regain its healthy balance.


Manual lymphatic drainage massage is a mixture of light subtle, repetitive and continuous techniques that remove the blockages and promotes  proper lymph flow. this is important because the primary function of the lymphatic system is to defend the body against disease by cleansing, detoxifying and nourishing the body’s tissues. If the lymphatic system becomes blocked toxins accumulate and interfere with cell nourishment and the health of our immune systems.


Some benefits of regular Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage are:


  • Promotion of a healthy immune system
  • Ease of inflammation for rheumatoid arthritis
  • Chronic headaches and migraines
  • Constipation
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Tendinitis
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Whiplash and other muscle trauma
  • Reduction of scar tissue and bruising
  • It assists in therapeutic relaxation
  • Puffiness and swelling
  • Assists with localised oedemas after bruising, swelling, fractures, dislocation or surgery
  • And is an aid to any physical therapy
  • Sufferers from lymphodema and many more ailments.

Craniosacral therapy


Is a therapy in which the practitioner using a light pressure will release blockages in the craniosacral system to improve the flow and activity of the central nervous system stemming from the brain.


Craniosacral therapy is used as a preventative health measure against disease and medical problems associated with pain. The following are just some ailments craniosacral therapy benefits:


  • Migraines and headaches
  • Chronic neck and back pain
  • Motor coordination impairments
  • Colic
  • Autism
  • Central nervous system disorders
  • Orthopaedic problems
  • Traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries
  • Scoliosis
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Stress and tension related problems