Get a massage by qualified myotherapy and massage course students
No Massage Chair, No worries. Get a VFA Massage!
The massage chair was first released in the late 1980’s. The massage chair was designed to emulate the techniques and motions of an actual masseuse, the common goal of the massage chair was to relieve tension, stress and alleviate back pain. The massage chair was not designed to replace a masseuse; VFA Learning students offer quality, affordable ‘real’ massage treatments. Once you have visited one of our Massage and Myotherapy Clinics, you won’t be searching for a massage chair.
VFA Student Massage and Myotherapy Clinic.
Did you know that each of our academies has a clinic supervised by qualified therapists and operated by students completing their Certificate IV in Massage, Diploma of Remedial Massage or Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy?
Why choose student massages?
- Most of the massages will be completed by a student who is already a qualified therapist.
- You will benefit from receiving a quality massage treatment at an affordable price
- Students can gain real hands-on experience in their chosen profession
Which students should I see?
Therapeutic Massage Students
Therapeutic massage helps de-stress and loosen up your body. It is great for those who feel like treating themselves to some TLC! Treatments consist of flowing strokes and gentle manipulations of the muscles performed at your chosen pressure. It is a pain-free way to relax both your muscles and your mind.
Remedial Massage Students
If you have specific muscle tension or chronic pain, a remedial massage may be for you. Your trained therapist will assess where you need treatment and what may be causing your pain. They’ll perform some tests to assess which muscles are likely to be giving you trouble and tailor a treatment plan to suit. The massage treatment may involve deep tissue work for short periods of time, but the results are worth it!
Myotherapy is great for those with acute or chronic pain, as well as those who conventional massage treatments aren’t working for. Just like a remedial therapist, a Myotherapist will assess where you need treatment and what may be causing your pain. They’ll perform some tests to see which muscles are likely to be giving you trouble and tailor a treatment plan to suit. Treatments may involve the use of various techniques including Dry Needling, Cupping and TENS. Aftercare advice such as exercises will often be given.
For enquiries or to book your treatment, contact VFA Learning by phone or email. Let our students fix you, not a massage chair.
Campus: 58 Victor Crescent, Narre Warren
Phone: (03) 8794 6000
Campus: 78 Yarra St, Geelong
Phone: (03) 5223 6800
Campus: 181 Hammond Ave, Essendon Fields
Phone: (03) 9026 9233
* Please note – Due to the academic calendar, our clinics may not be open all year round. Please contact VFA for availability.
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