Seacrest Massage

 the healing of touch

Welcome to Seacrest Massage


Seacrest Massage practitioners Sarah Morrison, Carol Canzirri, and Lynda Genovesi welcome you, your family and friends.

We offer a friendly and experienced service, dedicated to reducing stress and tension, through the application of a variety of techniques. We offer advice with this treatment to assist you to maintain a balance in your busy life.

We have HICAPS to make processing health fund rebates easier. Please check with your health fund what rebate level you will receive. There are many health funds and every fund offers different levels of rebate.

click the Hicaps logo to go to our health fund page


What to expect from your massage session


Firstly, you will be asked to complete a detailed client history form.  If you have booked in for a remedial treatment, you will be asked specific questions relating to your area/s of concern. A detailed assessment will then be taken to ensure that not only the symptoms, but the cause of the symptoms can be identified and treated. This can take up to 15 minutes to complete.

If you are a new client, please arrive 5 minutes early to complete your medical history form.

At the completion of the massage, the therapist will spend some time discussing your treatment and possibly give you some stretching exercises to aid in your recovery.

A standard 60 minute massage session will involve 5 minutes at the beginning of the session discussing any new conditions or problems with your body, approximately 45 minutes on the table receiving your massage and 10 minutes at the end of the session to show you some stretches and discuss a time frame to rebook with your therapist, as regular massage is a fantastic preventative technique.

Please be on time as arriving late will unfortunately limit the time allocated for your treatment. It will lessen the effectiveness and more importantly your enjoyment. As a courtesy to all our clients, treatments are completed as scheduled and the full treatment price will be charged.