Massage Therapies

Massage therapies assist with stress reduction, the release of muscular tension and a return to greater body connection. When offered with energetic integrity, a massage treatment provides a safe and healing space for one to re-connect with self. Massage can then become a profound nurturing experience that promotes each individual’s own self-healing ability.
Massage at The Wellbeing Sphere

At the Wellbeing Sphere, we offer a variety of different styles of massage to suit the unique needs of our clients. Our practitioners bring with them years of experience in gentle, Swedish, remedial and relaxation techniques. 

Gentle Relaxation Massage

Our Gentle relaxation massage is based on massage techniques that allow for deep rest and rejuvenation. This massage technique is deeply relaxing for both body and mind, allowing one to let go and release any tensions they may be holding in their body due to the daily stresses of life. This technique is great for those who live life in the fast lane. 

Gentle Relaxation & Swedish Massage Techniques offer a space for deep healing and rejuvanation.
Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is a powerful healing modality that can be used to support the healing of ingrained energetic and physical patterns that lead to disharmony or dis-ease in the body. The massage itself consists of very gentle, non-imposing movements that are deeply nurturing and relaxing, allowing one’s body to truly let go and open up to deeper levels of healing.


Swedish Massage works energetically to support the restoration of harmonious energy in and through the body, allowing it to return to its natural flow and harmony in movement. Many clients have shared that they experienced a feeling of deep stillness and ease within themselves during and following this form of massage.

To Book an Appointment 

We take bookings over the phone or via email through the contact form.

Please contact Michelle or Alexandra at The Well-being Sphere on 0414 464 278.  Our Clinics are located in Collaroy (Wheeler Heights) and Balmain.

© 2017 Michelle Crowe, The Wellbeing Sphere.