Remedial Massage

Escape from the outside world… revitalise and restore your mind and body.

The Therapists at Keturah Day Spas are some of the most skilled providers of Remedial Massage in Perth. Remedial Massage is similar to Deep Tissue Massage in that its purpose is more focused on healing muscle ailments rather than purely on relaxation. Remedial Massage is ideal for those with painful muscle conditions, usually caused by sporting or work-related injuries, or those with other muscular and joint pain conditions such as osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia. Regular Remedial Massage treatments are often prescribed by doctors to treat these ailments, as well as anxiety, depression and even to reduce scarring.

How Remedial Massage Works

Muscle strain or injury can cause lasting damage to the body’s muscles, tendons and ligaments, leaving areas of rigid tissue known as adhesions (also known as knots). These can become inflamed, causing pain, limiting movement and restricting blood flow.

Our skilled Massage Therapists use Remedial Massage techniques to work deep into the muscle tissue, physically working to loosen adhesions and restore ease of movement to the body. Although Remedial Massage can at times cause discomfort during the treatment, your therapist will work with you to ensure you are comfortable with the pressure they are applying.

Book your Remedial Massage with us today by contacting one of our Day Spa Locations or if you know someone who could benefit from a Remedial Massage you can purchase a voucher online by choosing the desired package below.

Couple’s Far Infrared Sauna & Full Body Massage [1h30m]


Enjoy the therapeutic detoxifying benefits with a 30 minute session in our Far Infrared Sauna followed by a full body relaxation massage for 1 hour. [This Package is for 2 Guests]

Remedial – Deep Tissue Massage (1h)


Using a combination of deep tissue techniques to release tension in the soft tissues to improve functioning and range of motion, relieve pain, induce relaxation and promote healing and wellbeing throughout the body. Techniques such as trigger point therapy, myofascial release, sports massage and stretching may be used to treat areas of pain and discomfort.

* Please note we are not covered by any private health fund claims.