JIE HUANG – Massage Therapy.
Please note that as of September 2020, Jie has finished at Health In The Bay, so we can no longer take more bookings for her. Please check back soon for notice of our great new massage therapist.
After obtaining a degree in Acupuncture in China, then working there and in the UK, Jie moved to Australia in 2013 where she obtained a Diploma in Remedial Massage. She loved performing massages so much, she focussed her energies on massaging.
She loves doing all types of massages for all types of people for all types of reasons. She especially likes those difficult cases that yield the very best results for her patients.
She effectively utilises her Acupuncture and Massage knowledge together with her Remedial Massage techniques to help each patient, addressing not only the area of pain, but the body as a whole, and gives feedback as to where the pain or the problem comes from and how it can best be resolved.
If your problem has been long standing and you still haven’t found the solution, then come to see Jie. She provides Remedial Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Relaxation Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Aromatherapy, Lymphatic Drainage and Reflexology.
She is a member of ANTA and registered with AHPRA, and is an NDIS Provider.
Types of Massage
- Remedial Massage – systematic assessment and treatment to muscles, tendons and connective tissue to alleviate pain and tension and injury management, usually focusing on specific problem areas. More.
- Deep Tissue Massage – treatment to the deep layers of muscle and connective tissue to help break up scar tissue and relieve chronic pain and spasm. More.
- Sports Massage – works on muscles, tendons and ligaments, to help improve recovery after training, enhance flexibility and performance and minimise injury. More.
- Trigger Point Therapy – a technique used in sports and remedial massage. Targeting specific focal points of spasm and pain, giving widespread relief. More.
- Swedish / Relaxation Massage – a very relaxing massage that works the upper layers of muscle to increase blood flow, to help relieve muscle tension and calm the nervous system. More.
- Hot Stone Massage – a deeply relaxing massage using the movement of warm stones over the body to release deep muscles and relieve tension and stress. More.
- Aromatherapy – indulgent and very relaxing massage using essential oils (made from flowers and plants) to promote relaxation, health and wellbeing. More.
- Pregnancy/Prenatal Massage – massage to relieve the muscle and joint pain, and swelling that commonly come with the many changes your body goes through during pregnancy. More.
- Lymphatic Drainage – a very specialised, light stroking technique is used to improve lymphatic circulation, which helps reduce swelling and remove toxins from the body. More.
- Seniors Massage – a massage tailored specifically to the needs of older patients. Can be used for relaxation or to help relieve muscle aches and pains. More.
- Reflexology – Uses massage to certain zones or reflex areas of the feet to promote balance and wellbeing in the body. More.