Massage Clinic Therapist Julie


Julie is a mum of 5 children and grandmother to 5 grandchildren. She loves gardening, being in nature, hiking, camping and cooking. She has always had a keen interest in health and well-being and practices this in her everyday life.

In 2010, Julie suffered 2 heart attacks within a week. This, along with other pain and mental health conditions prompted her to pursue a career in the healing industry, particularly Remedial and Aged Care Massage. She felt that these experiences enabled her to empathise with people who are going through medical issues of their own.

Julie’s scope of practice has widened to include lymphoedema, lipoedema, oncology and pain management, which has given her opportunities to treat people with these conditions and others such as fibromyalgia, cancer and chronic joint pain.

Her love of helping people encourages her to achieve great results that are aligned to her clients’ goals. She employs various techniques to relieve the effects of conditions that a person has by working with the body to enable the muscles to relax and receive the treatment needed.

Massage Clinic Therapist Magali


Magali was born and educated in France.  When she finished the equivalent of High School, she decided to go and spend some time in the UK to improve her language skills working as an Au Pair (nanny) for a few months.  She had such a blast that she decided to stay and look for work.  After a few years, she met her husband and had 3 children. 

Coming to Australia had always been a dream of theirs and, after lots of paperwork, time and money, they were finally on their way and arrived in August 2009. 

Magali has never looked back! She became an Australian citizen in 2017 and loves this beautiful country.

Magali enjoys travelling, meeting new people and has always had an interest in health and well-being.  Magali has worked in the aged care sector for the past 11 years and realised, during that time, that allied health services seriously improves and benefits people’s lives, especially those in the aged sector.  She completed a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance in 2019 but whilst working in an allied health clinic during that course, she realised her passion was more towards massage which led her to doing the Diploma of Remedial Massage.

While completing her course, Magali gained an understanding of how remedial massages can improve activities of daily living and generally boost overall wellness, which is most evident in the residents at the aged care facility in which she has been working. 

During a treatment, Magali likes her client to feel comfortable and relaxed. She is very focused on listening and working with the client, their family and other health professionals to develop a treatment plan to ensure the massage is going to improve their quality of life (reduce pain, reducing anxiety, increasing endorphins as well as many other things). She is looking forward to learning about chronic conditions such as lymphoedema and cancer.  



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