Why Have a Massage?
Remedial Massage/Soft Tissue Therapy is best viewed as a maintenance strategy for keeping your body in great shape. Massage therapy provides many benefits to the body, including:
- injury prevention and management
- relief from aches, pains and niggles such as headaches, neck and back pain
- improved posture and postural awareness
- improved neuromuscular (brain-muscle) function
- improved mobility / reduced joint and soft tissue stiffness
- accelerated post-exercise recovery
- assistance with managing chronic pain
- stress relief and management of anxiety & depression
- enhanced tissue nutrition and detoxification via increased blood and lymph circulation
How much does it cost to visit NMN?
What price would you put on your health and wellbeing? How about being pain and injury free?
Our Massage Therapists are some of the best in the business and provide fantastic value for money given our respective skillsets and experience levels.
Consultation fees for each therapist (inc GST) can be viewed here.
Can I use my Health Fund?
Yes. Health fund rebates are available for all Remedial Massage consultations*, and claims can be processed electronically via HICAPS if you see us at P3 Sports and Recovery.
*The only exception is if you’re seeing Sheridan McGrath and your fund is MBP, HCF or AHM.
Should I book online or contact NMN to book?
Booking online is a better option because it allows you to find a time that suits you, and you can book in immediately, securing the time that you want without having to make a phone call. Often we are busy with clients and so it is likely that you will need to leave a message and wait for a call back at a later time.
Online bookings & payments allows No More Niggles to keep overheads & time spent on front office staff/tasks to a minimum, so we can pass this saving onto you. We can also spend more time & effort treating you… It’s a win-win for everyone!
There are no appointments available as soon as I’d like. Can I add my name to a waitlist in case of cancellations?
Yes. You can add your name and preferred appointment date/time range to the waitlist via the online bookings, or ask your therapist to add your name to the waitlist over the phone or at the time of your consultation.
Can I still Make a Booking By Phone (or Email)?
Of course! Simply call or email to make an appointment. See our Contact Page for details.