“A wise man ought to realise that health is his most valuable possession” Hippocrates

Our goals are to bring you physical health and comfort and genuine, sustainable happiness.

We believe in getting to the root of the problem and doing it comfortably. Our holistic approach to health means we can provide ongoing services to our Wellington based clients looking for enjoyable, preventative health care.

The value of having so many services operating from the one center is that we have treatment options to suit all types of people and if you start out on a path that isn’t quite right your therapist will be able to help you chose a service that is. It is common for our customers to use a variety of services or to alternate between them.


For a more goal focused massage where we aim to treat a particular sporting concern or injury or to provide appropriate levels of care during the various stages of injury rehabilitation this type of Massage is for you.


Cupping is the term applied to a technique that uses small glass cups or bamboo jars as suction devices. Most commonly, a burning cotton bud is placed inside a glass cup, which creates a vacuum inside as the hot air cools, creating a negative pressure for the therapeutic effects.

McLaughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique

Scar tisssue can run deep and can be found anywhere throughout the body causing severe or minute but chronically persisting strains on our body often causing compensation patterns that lead to immobility or reduced function of limbs and organs, but it can be improved!

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is most suited to people suffering from excessive fluid retention or Lymphoedema. MLD is a gentle service whose benefits often continue for several hours after treatment.


A modality that uses light touch to release stress and emotional tension held in the body, which often manifests as pain and dysfunction.

Visceral Manipulation

Our organs are suspended by ligaments which, like any other tissue in the body, can store tensions from trauma, surgery, excessive or insufficient movement, chemical imbalance and strong emotional or traumatic moments. Visceral Manipulation is a method of assessing and treating areas of tension within the body, with a specific focus on our inner organs. In other words, it is ‘organ-specific fascial mobilization.’