Sports Massage

Sports Massage


Massage isn’t just for high level athletes, in fact if you are involved with regular sports or exercise, then you benefit from massage to manage recovery, delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) and get back into the business of life.  If you lead a sedentary life in between bouts of exercise, like many amateur sports people – then you are going to feel the benefits too!

Therapeutic Sports Massage will at minimum assist with pain, strains, promote performance and increase recovery times.

At Track and Field Massage our therapists work with you pre-event / post (recovery) event and during events plus doing routine maintenance during off season.

We work with individuals and teams either in a clinic environment or at your ‘work site’ (eg. Race tracks, accommodation, locker / training rooms).

Karina has personally worked on a wide variety of track and field elite athletes across:

Australian Champion & Paralympic Cyclist Stuart Jones |NSW RL Rabbitohs, Sea Eagles, Knights, Bulldogs |New Zealand All Blacks, NSW Waratahs | Sydney Kings | South African Women’s Cricket Team, WA Women’s Cricket Team, BBL Brisbane Heat/Sydney Sixes |NSW Production Touring Cars Driver | A-League Perth Glory

Stuart Jones Australian Champion
Stuart Jones 2020

Sports Massage

At Track and Field Massage we do not offer relaxation/day spa style massage. Clients under the age of 18, require a parent or guardian to sign a consent letter and also be present during the treatment. We are not registered for Workers Compensation. We have a 12-hour cancellation policy. Gift vouchers are not entitled to health fund rebates. Junior Therapists are not registered with health funds until they have finished their Diplomas and/or have applied for all health funds. Once that happens, they become Remedial Therapists and then can offer rebates. Ask when booking about if your treatment will be covered by a fund. We cannot promise that the services provided will be the solution for your problem. Recurring issues may need to diagnosis from a medical professional. Massage should not be construed as a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis, or a medical treatment. Massage Practitioners are not qualified to perform deliberate spinal or skeletal adjustments, diagnose, prescribe medication, nor treat any major physical or mental illness.