News from Bodyworks Massage

From Monday 24 January we will operate at Red requirements. You MUST bring your Vaccine Pass to the clinic (unless you've been recently and we've recorded your pass details). Please read our COVID-19 Update for more information. 

We'll post up stuff we think is interesting, stuff that can help you, stuff that we're doing, stuff that clients are doing.

  • So, the weather is getting colder. Have you had the first cold of the season yet? And has it hung round longer than you'd like?

    It could be your immune system having a bad time. Stress, especially the kind of "overload" stress many of us Cantabrians are having post-EQ, can compromise our immunity.
    Posted: Sunday 29 May 2011
  • It's over a week since the massive earthquake here in Christchurch. No need to remind you of that.

    And as the people of this beautiful city try to adapt to the new normal, there is more danger lurking.

    Stress.
    Posted: Friday 4 March 2011
  • Buy a gift voucher for a 60min massage therapy session for only $55! Save yourself $10 and treat someone you care about this Christmas!
    Posted: Wednesday 22 December 2010
  • We're supporting the Crusaders Charity Cricket match
    Bodyworks Massage is excited to be a player sponsor for this weekend's Crusaders Charity Cricket match - supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Association.
    Posted: Tuesday 7 December 2010
  • We're on the move
    We'll be operating out of new premises from Tuesday 23 November.

    The new location in Spreydon has easy access off Lincoln Rd - more details are on the Contact Us page.

    We look forward to contiuning to provide the same great service from our new place!
    Posted: Thursday 18 November 2010
  • If you or someone close to you has been seriously affected by Saturday's earthquake, we're offering stress relief massage at a negotiable rate.
    Posted: Monday 6 September 2010
  • A copy of our latest email newsletter.
    Posted: Thursday 2 September 2010
  • Do you get pain either side of your shin bone during and after exercise, especially during hill running? If you do you could have shin splints. We explain what it is, the causes and treatment options for you.
    Posted: Wednesday 1 September 2010

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