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MASSAGE THERAPY Level 5 187 Featherston Street, CBD

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 Julie Bland

Julie Bland

Massage Therapist

Registered Member of Massage New Zealand (RMT MNZ), Diploma in Advanced Treatment Massage and Related Body Therapies, Diploma in Therapeutic Massage, Diploma in Massage in Pregnancy, Diploma in Teaching, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Physical Education Julie comes from a strong background of physical education, teaching and sport. An active sportswoman she competed successfully at national and international level in Ultimate Frisbee. Her experience and knowledge has seen her work with top international sports teams such as; the Argentinian Pumas, the All Black Sevens, the Vodafone Warriors, the Wests Tigers, the Wallabies, and the Black Caps. » View details

 Neriza Era

Neriza Era

Massage Therapist

Massage is an integral part of my Philippine family culture. Growing up, my grandmothers gift of massage enabled me as an adult to massage my father following his stroke. These experiences developed my desire to make a difference to people living with discomfort. Massage, be it native or technical, has been used to alleviate chronic conditions and stress. These two elements coupled with open communication, compassion and homecare advice, are guiding concepts for my treatments in the clinic. I do believe that Therapeutic Massage is not a luxury but a necessity. » View details

Mr Pat Hogan

Mr Pat Hogan

Massage Therapist

Specialising in deep tissue and sports massage techniques that are largely informed by his study in fascial release, physiology, and neurological body work, Pat suceeds in enhancing atheletes' performance and keeping them pain and dysfunction free. Pat is certified in Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy (Dr Vodder School Int.), a modiality he incorporates into his sports massage. » View details

Ms Tania Woolford

Ms Tania Woolford

Massage Therapist

Tania‚Äôs interest in holistic health has brought her to a career in massage. She is committed to providing effective treatment tailored to individual needs, using a variety of techniques such as myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, pregnancy massage, assisted stretching, trigger point and neuromuscular therapy. She has a great respect for the complexity of the human body therefore loves the constant opportunity to assist in rehabilitation and provide tools that contribute towards healthier lifestyles. It is her firm belief that massage can benefit everyone; whether in need of focused treatment of problematic areas, support to train to your best ability, stress relief or maintenance. Tania enjoys treating a wide variety of clients which has included weekend warriors, professional athletes, national and international sports teams rugby, football and basketball plus dancers, musicians, elderly and corporate workers. She is also involved in events such as AMI Round the bays and the Armstrong Wellington Marathon. Tania enjoys yoga, the freedom of being on her bike plus has a passion for travelling and all the adventure that comes along with it. » View details

Dietitian at Capital Sports Medicine »

Detitian Level 5, 187 Featherston Street, Wellington 6011

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Miss Becky Jones

Miss Becky Jones

Sports Dietitian

Becky is a Sports Dietitian with extensive experience working with every day athletes and NZ elite competitors. Sports she works with include, triathlon, running, swimming and rowing amongst more. Becky has experience helping athletes with digestive issues, particularly during exercise. She currently consults to Hurricanes Super Rugby, High Performance Sport New Zealand, Pulse Netball and the New Zealand Underwater Hockey teams. ***CANCELLATIONS: Please provide a minimum 24 hours notice for all cancellations and rescheduling of appointments. If less than 24 hours notice is provided, you may incur a fee of 100% of the appointment fee. We do understand that, in some circumstances, short notice may occasionally be unavoidable, and discretion will be exercised in such cases. » View details