Remedial Massage – Surf and Sports Myotherapy

The solution to relieve your aches, pains, injuries and much more.
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Unlock the door to pain-free living and stride into your peak health with our Remedial Massage services.

Tight muscles? Seeking relief and rejuvenation on the Sunshine Coast?

Experience the transformative power of Remedial Massage at Surf & Sports Myotherapy in Noosaville!

Our expert therapists tailor treatments to your needs, employing techniques like deep tissue, trigger points, and lymphatic drainage for holistic wellness. Whether it’s for regular body maintenance to prevent injuries, or as a quick solution for pain relief, our remedial massage therapy is both affordable and effective.

Don’t let muscle tension hold you back. Book your appointment online today, and take the first step towards a relaxed body and mind.

Your journey to optimal health and peak performance starts with Surf & Sports Myotherapy.

What is remedial massage therapy?

Remedial massage is a therapeutic treatment that works your body as a whole to help release muscular tension, restore optimal muscle length and relax the mind and body.
A remedial massage is good for your niggling injuries, post injury rehabilitation, relieving muscle tension from training or not training. In simple words a remedial massage will help keep you feeling loose and more in tune with your body.

For instance, it’s ideal for your monthly body maintenance to avoid future injuries. But it can also be a great and quick solution to release pain.

The remedial massage techniques may vary upon your needs. Deep tissue, trigger points, lymphatic drainage, cross fiber friction are commonly used during a session. That’s something we’ll be assessing together during the initial consultation.

What are the benefits of Remedial Massage?

The benefits of a remedial massage are great and vary a lot. You might enjoy the quick relaxing effect, or you might prefer the deep tissue approach, add the remedial massage into your rehabilitation program post injury, or add it to your training routine.

Pain Relief (Back, Neck, Headaches)


Improved Circulation


Injury Rehabilitation


Stress Reduction


Increased Flexibility and Mobility


Lymphatic Drainage and Detoxification


Improved Posture


Mental Clarity and Focus


Enhanced Muscle Tone, Reduced Muscular tension


Overall Health and Wellness


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Frequently asked questions

Is remedial massage allied health?

Remedial massage is not considered as an allied health profession. While allied health provide a range of diagnostic, technical, therapeutic, and support services in connection with health care (Source: Wikipedia), myotherapy, chiropractic or ostheopathic are generally excluded from allied heath professions.

    Is remedial massage covered by NDIS?

    Yes, in some cases, remedial massage may be covered by the NDIS. The best way to find out is to talk to you case manager and make sure remedial massage is included in your NDIS plan.

    Is Remedial massage an essential service?

    Yes, remedial massage is considered as an essential service. And of course, to protect you and the health of Noosa’s community, we follow all the Queensland  Government requirements (see most up to date version here). We are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

    Does remedial massage work? Will it hurt?

    Yes. Remedial massage has been used for centuries to promote health and wellbeing. It has become an integral part of the modern health industry and gained respect. Often perceived as a form of relaxation, remedial massage is therapeutic treatment with a wide range of benefits. While the aim of the treatment is not hurting you, there will be times where you will feel in pain. It is important to define your pain threshold before the start of the treatment. To do that we use a scale of 1 to 10. 10 being the worst pain you ever felt. We attain a really good outcome when we work at 4-6 on the scale.

    How is remedial massage different from relaxation massage?

    Remedial massage is focused on addressing specific injuries and dysfunctions, while relaxation massage is more about providing general relaxation and stress relief.

    What can I expect during a remedial massage session?

    During a remedial massage session, a therapist may assess your condition, discuss your needs, and then use various techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release to address your specific issues.

    Can remedial massage help with sports-related injuries and performance?

    Yes, remedial massage can help with sports injuries by promoting the body’s natural healing process, increasing blood flow, and improving muscle flexibility and function, which can aid in both injury recovery and performance enhancement.

    How often should I get a remedial massage?

    The frequency of remedial massage sessions can vary depending on the individual’s needs and their treatment plan. Some may benefit from more frequent sessions, while others may find maintenance massages less often is sufficient.

    Do health funds cover remedial massage?

    Many private health funds offer rebates for remedial massage, but it’s important to check with your specific fund and plan to determine the level of coverage and any requirements.
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    Come and meet Gary Javonena,
    Noosa’s well loved remedial massage therapist

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    I moved to Noosa in April 2019 with my wife and two kids. Prior to that, we lived in Torquay Victoria for 6 years.

    There, I was working in a busy private practice with a bunch of legends who helped me become the person and practitioner I am today.

    Also, surfing is my thing.

    When I’m not working you can find me at the nearest beach riding waves and, when the surf is flat, I swop my board for a mountain bike and pedal hard in Wooroi, Nambour or wherever I can have fun!

    Finally, you might also see me on a jetski dressed in yellow and red on the weekends, as part of the Noosa Lifeguards team.

    I’ll tell you more when we meet!

    I have decided to become a myotherapist, remedial massage therapist and dry needling practitioner because in my mind, there is nothing more rewarding than helping people to get back to doing what they love and feeling healthy and happy.

    Come and see us, we’re here to help!

    Opening Times

    Monday to Friday : 08:00 – 19:00

    Saturday: 08:00 – 16:00


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    3/14 Thomas St, Noosaville QLD 4566