Jacqui Beutel from Gentle Hands Massage is qualified in Oncology Massage, Decongestive Lymphatic Therapy (DLT) – Lymphoedema and Lipoedema Management including
I also found that while maintaining a full time job, caring for my young children along with the general activities of daily living and the emotional drain, I was starting to feel like I needed some “me” time and nurturing. Thus started my journey into Massage, specialising in Oncology Massage and massage for the Carer.
It is my hope that with an oncology massage, I can help you find your “new normal” and bring some comfort and relief from your symptoms.
You may be seeking a chance to escape your hectic world and just “be” for an hour or so and would prefer a Swedish (relaxation) massage. You may be seeking relief from tight, sore muscles then a remedial massage is for you.
Whatever your particular requirement, take a browse around my website and find the massage that suits you.
- Diploma Remedial Massage
- Cert Oncology Massage Therapy Level 2
- Decongestive Lymphatic Therapy (Casley-Smith Method)
- Pregnancy Massage
- Cert Senior First Aid and CPR
- TAE40116 (Trainer & Assessor)
- Cert IV in Business Administration
- Studying Bachelor of Nursing (RN)
The Many Benefits of Massage
There are many ways in which the benefits of massage can improve the quality of your life. Peer-reviewed medical research has shown that the benefits of massage include: pain relief, reduced anxiety and depression and reduced blood pressure. The release of endorphins and serotonin can: prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep.
Relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injuries and other causes is one of the other major benefits of massage. It can also relieve tension headaches.
Massage stimulates the immune system by increasing blood flow and lymph drainage. It improves circulation and relieves congestion in the tissues. It stimulates the production of blood cells and promotes lymph flow which hastens the elimination of cellular wastes. It helps clear muscles of lactic and uric acid that build up during exercise and relaxes muscle hypertonicity as well as relieves muscle tension.
Benefits of massage also include improving muscle tone and delaying muscle atrophy resulting from inactivity. Deep massage can separate fascial fibres, and prevent the formation of adhesions and helps with reduction of inflammation and oedema in joints and soft tissue. Massage stimulates increased proprieties and kinesthetic awareness of the body.
Massage assists the body’s natural ability to heal itself. It relaxes and tones the muscles preventing injuries, increases circulation and therefore improves the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to all body cells.
Sourced from The Australian Association of Massage Therapists