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PWHC offers massage services to women and gender diverse people aged over 18 years in the Penrith region.
What is massage therapy?
Massage therapy is the practice of manipulating a person’s muscles and other soft tissue to improve their health and wellbeing.
The term ‘massage therapy’ is used to describe a variety of manual techniques and covers a wide range of modalities or massage styles. If you are not sure which massage is best for you, 'remedial massage' is the standard Western therapeutic massage modality.
Our multi-skilled therapists will discuss your massage needs with you at your appointment and tailor your massage to suit.
Penrith Women’s Health Centre provides therapeutic massage services with our accredited massage therapist, Alana.
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Alana is a massage therapist, facial reflexologist & colour empowerment facilitator whose passion lies in a hands on approach.
Alana found therapies that light her up & those are the ones that she shares with her clients. A massage therapist for over 10 years, Alana says she is a merely a participant or facilitator in her clients healing journeys, as they are the true healers & she feels honoured to witness & hold space for them.
30 divine minutes, solely focused on the mirror of our soul – the face. Using a combination of Gua Sha, Facial reflexology & massage. The Benefits may include reduced dark circles & puffy eyes, reduced facial /jaw tension, reduced wrinkles, brighter healthier looking skin, reduced headaches, reduced stress.
Firm pressure to relieve tight or sore muscles. Focusing on specific issues or pain using deep tissue massage & trigger points. Leave feeling relaxed & loose.
Gentle to medium pressure, slowing down to mind & allowing the body to relax. Slow & nurturing, leave feeling warm, rejuvenated & relaxed.
Reduce stress and anxiety by relaxing the body and calming the mind.
Reduce pain and discomfort in the body, including headaches, back pain, menstrual cramps, joint pain or assist with injury pain.
Improve circulation by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.
Promote relaxation, reduce pain, and ease muscle tension, which can help you fall asleep faster and enjoy a deeper, more restful sleep.
Women’s Health Centres are in danger of having to close their doors or significantly reduce services due to decades of under investment by the New South Wales Government.
We need your help to survive. NSW politicians must show their commitment to gender equality by committing to adequately funding Women’s Health Centres across the state.