Massage Therapy

A therapeutic massage at Victoria’s helps to relieve muscle tension and reduce stress. We also offer hot stone massage and pregnancy massage.
Massage Therapy


  • Relaxes and soothes tired muscles
  • Reduces stress and evokes feelings of calmness
  • Increases blood circulation, aiding the body’s ability to heal itself
  • Increases range-of-motion and relieves strains, sprains and inflammation

About Massage Therapy

A massage at Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic helps to relieve muscle tension, reduce stress and evoke feelings of calmness. Although massage affects the body as a whole, it particularly influences the activity of the musculoskeletal, circulatory, lymphatic and nervous systems.

Therapeutic Massages

Therapeutic massages increases the circulation of blood and the flow of lymph, the substance that transports many toxins out of the bloodstream. This increases the body’s ability to heal itself, making massage a suitable treatment for many conditions that affect the muscular, skeletal and immune systems.

Massage has also been proven to reduce muscle stiffness and increase range of motion, as well as inducing relaxation. Massage therapy is commonly recommended for patients with conditions such as muscular strains, sprains and inflammation and chronic pain.

How often should I get a massage?

While occasional massages are an excellent way of treating yourself or dealing with a particularly hard week, there are a range of proven benefits of getting massages more regularly, on a monthly, fortnightly or weekly basis.

As our trained therapist works with you over a number of sessions, they are able to track changes and get to know your body better, tailoring your massage to your body’s specific needs. This can help with correcting long-term posture or muscle issues in your body, which are dealt with by using specific techniques which target troubled muscles and joint issues.

As we all know, massages help to relax your body and reduce your stress levels, which is in part because of a massage therapist’s techniques which are able to reduce stress inducing hormones including norepinephrine, adrenaline and cortisol – extending the benefits of your massage beyond the relaxation you feel afterwards.

Massages can even have benefits in improving and sustaining an even skin tone by promoting circulation of blood within the body. Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic has a passion for helping you to look your best, and our massages are no exception – massage is proven to stimulate sebum production, which helps to soften dry skin, improving suppleness and allowing your skin to develop natural healthiness through the encouragement of cell regeneration.

Why Choose Victoria’s?

Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic was originally started in 2002 by Anne Talbot, a registered nurse, and Dr Julie Osberg, a GP and cosmetic physician, so you can be sure you are getting a qualified opinion based on years of experience and expertise.

While Victoria’s original focus was cosmetic treatments to enhance our client’s appearances, we branched out to provide beauty treatments so that everything is available under one roof. If you want to have a cosmetic treatment followed by a relaxing massage to completely pamper yourself, you can have it all done at Victoria’s.

Frequently Asked Questions

At Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic we offer many different types of massages. Upon consultation with your therapist your massage will be personalised to your needs.

Types of massage available at Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic:

Massage Duration Cost
Hot Stone 90 mins $130
Relaxation  60 mins $100
Pregnancy 60 mins $100

Although massage is generally considered to be safe and virtually free of side effects, there are some considerations for massage:

  • Individuals with skin conditions such as open wounds, infections, rashes, fractures or other injuries; and blood clotting disorders should not have a massage
  • We do not treat women who are in the first trimester of pregnancy
  • If you have any type of cancer please get your doctor’s written permission before having a massage
  • Fever – if you have any fever you should not have a massage, in addition to worsening your illness you risk passing your infection on to your therapist

We will be closed on Friday 4th December for a staff training day