Everybody Deserves to Feel Better
We love using massage to help humans to move better, feel better and recover faster. It’s our passion that you love the body that you have and regain and retain the strength, energy and ability to do the things that you love to do.
As massage therapists we care for people, and we use hands on techniques to treat a range of conditions. We are experts at working with muscles and soft tissue and in calming the nervous system.
At MYOMASTERS we value all humans. We welcome, nurture and celebrate diversity in people of all size, race, age, religion, gender and sexuality; treating them with compassion and respect. We are a body positive and LGBTIQ+ friendly practice.
No matter what the reason for your visit, you are our priority and we are committed to helping you start to feel better and get back to doing what you love to do.
Principal Remedial Therapist
As a child David wanted to be an engineer or mechanic. He didn’t think that He’d fall in love with servicing the human body! David has a passion for supporting people to recover from very old injuries and move forward from anxiety and trauma.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Caitlin joined us in 2018. Like a good leader, her massage style s firm but fair … and she love to use cups too! We think you’ll love her calm and confident approach to massage. Caitlin is passionate about supporting ordinary humans to be active and stay active in the activities that they enjoy.
At Myomasters we are passionate about supporting humans to make an impact and leave a legacy in their communities. We support a several clubs and charities who are active in supporting at risk and marginalised communities. We’re looking for ambassadors to spread the news about how massage and tactile therapies helps them to be excellent at what they do and in turn bless the people and communities around them.
Ronald McDonald House Ride for Sick Kids 2018
David (Director and Principal Therapist) is supporting this years Ride for Sick Kids in logistics and as a massage therapist to the riders. In the 2018 tour, 26 riders will ride 1000km from Port Lincoln to Adelaide riasing money for Ronald McDonald House.
Why we’re supporting Ride for Sick Kids:
We’re passionate about supporting families to stay together. Australia has a world class heealth system. For children from reginal and remote areas, those with serious illness or requiring specialist health care, must travel to capital cities to receive this care. Sometime this care can last for weeks or even months. Accomodation can be expensive during this time. Ronald McDonald House provides a place to stay that is super close to Adleaides Women’s and Childrens Hospital, ensuring that families can stay together during these stressful times.
For more information visit: RMHC Ride for Sick Kids SA
Adelaide Spikers Volleyball Club
Adelaide Spikers Volleyball Club (a member of Team Adelaide Inc) is an inclusive club supporting Gay and Gay friendly persons to play social volleyball. The ASVC organises a range of competitive and recreational activities for its members. This remarkable club also organises a national tounament held in November each year.
Why we support the Adelaide Spikers Volleyball Club
Myomasters is passionate about supporting marginalised and at risk communities to have access to have safe places to live, work and play and especially to have access to body positive health care. We’re super impressed by the connections of this Club, it’s inclusiveness and its proactiveness in the Adelaide community.
For more information visit: Adelaide Spikers Volleyball Club
Myomasters is driven to make an impact and leave a legacy. Organisations like Compassion Australia believe that no child should live in poverty and we agree. We’ve supported children (in our families and through this business) for many years. We support children in Australia (through the club and organisations we sponsor) and overseas (through organisations like Compassion).
Currently we are supporting a young girl in Indonesia. We love receiving updates and learning how she is progressing with her education, and the impact that Compassion has made on her community.
For more information visit: Compassion Australia