Massage Perth



Massage can increase circulation, improve immune system functionality, lower stress levels and relieve the body of pain and stiffness. Floating after a massage therapy session has the benefit of drawing out toxins that are released during the massage.

We offer relaxation, remedial and pregnancy massage Perth Area in all of our Float Lab locations. Enhance the benefits of your float and to offer great benefits to the body, mind and your overall well being. Combine a Float and Massage for the ultimate relaxation experience.

(Health fund rebates may be available on remedial massages.)

Massage Benefits

Regular massage is a great tool for pain management During a massage the therapist can focus on specific problem areas, as well as stiff muscles, gradually loosen them with increasing blood circulation. This can in turn help to alleviate pain related to injuries, arthritis and a range of other conditions.

Suffering from stress?

It is a well known fact that people who suffer from stress get sick more often. Stress often results in lack of sleep, a bad diet and a weakened immune system. Regular massage sessions help relieve stress and has been proven to naturally increase the immune system and its ability to fight off bacteria and infection.

Pregnancy Massage

Massage during pregnancy has been shown to provide many benefits, including a sense of wellness, improved relaxation, and better sleep. It can also help to reduce swelling in the arms and legs and relieve muscle and joint pain in pregnant women.

Suffering from an injury?

Rehabilitating any injury can be a tiring and frustrating process. While the main goal of physical rehabilitation is to increase strength and flexibility, it often ends before the area has been returned to its full pre-injury state.

Massage can play an important role as a supplement to standard injury rehabilitation by encouraging circulatory movement and relaxing muscles. Massage can help the body pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs which allows the injured area to become more flexible and heal at a quicker rate.