Massage

Can’t sleep? – Tips From Dr Leela Klein

Can’t sleep?   You are not on your own. Almost 90% of Australians suffer from a sleeping disorder, with 30% having a severe sleeping disorder, and 5% experiencing chronic insomnia. Furthermore, as we age our sleep patterns change, it will generally take longer to fall asleep and the quality of sleep is reduced. The elderly [...]

Positive Effects of Massage Therapy on Biochemistry From Luisa Scire

Positive Effects of Massage Therapy on Biochemistry   Serotonin is the neurotransmitter that is Predominantly responsible for regulating our sense of calm. Feelings of contentment, satisfaction and well-being are generated by this neurotransmitter, prompting relaxation and peace. Dopamine also plays a role in executive function which relates our ability to sustain attention, stay alert, and [...]

Meet Kathrin Schmieder – Masseuse/Remedial massage therapist

We are so happy to have you working with us as a Remedial Massage Therapist at Kundalini House on Thursdays and Fridays. Your connection to Kundalini House goes way back to when you did prenatal yoga with us, with your son Neo who was born in 2012. It’s so lovely to have you working with us [...]

Autumn Recharge with Bowen Therapy

What can Bowen do for you this Winter? Bowen can address pain relief, provide stress relief, improve immune function and increase energy levels. What is Bowen?   Bowen sessions are about relaxing on a massage table while your therapist addresses your specific needs, using deceptively gentle finger-tip pressure to powerfully activate precise combinations of muscle nerve and connective [...]

Benefits of massage during winter

Massage has many wonderful benefits to all who partake , and in the winter months, this is no exception. Immune Boosting Massage therapy increases lymph flow which is packed with white blood cells or “killer cells”. These “killer cells” fight off infections and bacteria, boosting your immune system during this time of year where many [...]

Serotonin, Sleep and Massage

Ever thought about regular massage to help regulate sleep? Insomnia, linked to low levels of serotonin, also known as 5-hydroxytryptamine is a hormone in the pineal gland, the digestive tract, the central nervous system, and in blood platelets. Serotonin plays an important part in the regulation of learning, mood, sleep and vasoconstriction (constriction of blood [...]

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