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Closed 21st December - 2nd January

Luke & Simon available from 3rd January - 13th January, returning on Monday 4th February

Jesse available from 15th January

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Massage & Myotherapy

Closed 24th December - 26th December & 31st December - 1st January

Shinya, Julius & Akiko are available throughout the break however spaces are limited due to demand

Pilates Classes

Luke & Simon are in to teach Pilates between January 3rd - 13th. The calendar is back in full swing on February 4th.

Please note that many health funds are now requiring their members to have a minimum of one initial assessment with a physio prior to funding any group classes. Please check with your insurer if this may impact you.

Spring Myotherapy News


Patients reporting head & neck pain would be one of the most common reasons for patients to attend Richmond Rehab. There are a multitude of reasons that may be causing your headaches, as there are many different types of headaches that present in the clinic.

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Julius Principe has been researching the assessment and treatment of headaches from a myotherapy perspective and has created the following informative posts. If you’re someone who suffers headaches and wold like to learn more, Julius would love to meet you!



Are you finding your recovery following exercise has been a little slow?

Is your foam roller not effective enough to keep up with your exercise load?

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Shinya Yoshida, our newest and debatably most enthusiastic team member, has passionate about all things Sports Recovery. As an avid urban dancer & Taekwondo practitioner himself, Shinya knows the impacts of physical exercise first hand. As part of his passion, Shinya is currently the preferred provider for the O2 Dance Studio… helping their dance athletes keep up with the challenges of performing at a high level.

Wether you’re an athlete in training for a marathon, triathlon, powerlifting competition or you’re going on Dancing With The Stars, Shinya is keen to help you out with your muscle recovery and keep you injury free (and away from our physio team)!

Available Thursdays & Saturdays, Shinya is keen to help you achieve your exercise goals and get the most from your body!



Do You Find That You Run Out Of Time To Get Things Done?

Don’t Stress… Our Massage / Myotherapy Team Are Available 7 Days!

We know it can be very difficult to get in for a massage during the week. Our massage team are very good and therefore often difficult to get an appointment with. Unfortunately however, we often have patients come with issues after looking for a quick fix massage at their local shopping centre.

The story we hear is ‘I didn’t know you guys were open on weekends’

We are indeed here on the weekend and we find our patients are thrilled to be able to come in at a time that suits them!


Shinya Yoshida & Akiko Kato are the soft tissue powerhouses of Saturdays. Available from 9am - 5pm, the Japanese duo are flexing their hands in preparation for your tight muscles.


Akiko Kato & Julius Principe are treating the sore and tight muscles of Richmond every Sunday.

Do you charge more for weekend massages?

No we don’t! Our rates & outstanding massages are the same every day, even on Sundays!

Do I Need To Book?

We strongly recommend you booking in advance to get in on the weekend. Unfortunately we have to turn people away every weekend as the massage team are so busy!

Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic headache is a secondary headache, which means that it is caused by another illness or physical issue. In the case of cervicogenic headache, the cause is a disorder of the cervical spine and its component bone, disc and/or soft tissue elements.

Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome explained

Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome explained

A common condition we see at the clinic with people getting back into running or increasing training loads is Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome. This pain is a lateral knee pain caused from tightness through the ITB can cause all sorts of havoc for runners and cause muscle imbalances and joint dysfunctions throughout the body. 

Taping for Postural Correction

Taping for Postural Correction

Taping a clients back is a common tool used at the clinic for postural correction to hold the body in the perfect anatomical position and to create awareness of slouching during day to day living. A huge majority of our cases we see of lower and upper back pain is essentially self inflicted through bad habits of poor posture and can easily be improved to prevent any future and long-term injuries.