Belinda Helps

Belinda Helps

Massage Therapist

Belinda

Belinda is a 2010 graduate of Nature Care College. She helps people with a range of muscular aches, pains, and post-operative recovery, to lead a full and pain-free life. Her goal is to get her patients doing the things that are important to them, whether that be a quality night’s sleep, stress reduction, relieve neck and shoulder tension from working at a desk or competing at the best in their chosen sport. 

Qualifications

  • Diploma Remedial Massage – Nature Care College
  • Certificate IV, Massage – Nature Care College
  • Swedish, Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology 1, Sports Massage

Experience

  • Remedial Massage Therapist @ Get Active Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage Therapist @ Natural Therapies Clinic, Woollahra and Annandale
  • Corporate Massage @ Sporting events (Can Too at the Blackmores Running Festival, office, functions and charity days (NAIDOC week for Aboriginal reconciliation)
  • Child Care for 10 years
  • Customer service industry for 7 years Clinic Interests

Clinic Interests

I like treating/helping:

  • Pregnant women
  • People who work in high stress environments
  • People who suffer with depression
  • Office workers
  • Sufferers of migraines and tension headaches
  • Athletes
  • Sufferers of migraines and tension headaches

Gets Best Results With Treating

  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Stress relief
  • Tension headaches
  • Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)

Likes using

  • Stretching techniques, postural advice and deep tissue massage
  • Postural advice
  • Stretching techniques, postural advice and deep tissue massage

Personal Interests

  • Rock climbing
  • Bushwalking
  • Helping others
  • Nutrition

Quote

I am NOT a subscriber to the “No pain no gain” motto

People have vastly different pain tolerance. I adjust the pressure to cater to every individual accordingly to what they can tolerate. Remedial massage often focuses on releasing the deep tissue and therefore can be painful. This can still be a relaxing experience. Too much pain can prevent muscles from relaxing which is counter productive.