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Campbelltown Centre offers free massage for carers and carees

If you’ve ever experienced a relaxing massage, it’s probably easy to understand how it contributes to an improved sense of wellbeing. Many people have likely experienced some type of massage, such as relaxation or remedial, and it has been used by ancient peoples including Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese and Indians to treat a variety of ailments. If you haven’t experienced it, you can read more about the benefits of massage on the Better Health Channel website.

By special arrangement, EQUALS International students will be offering free remedial massage (by appointment) at our Carer Support Campbelltown Centre to registered carers and carees for a period of three months, starting Friday 2 March, 2018. It’s another way that we’re able to offer carers the chance for some much needed time out.

Four one-hour sessions will be available on Tuesdays and Fridays during the designated times (see below).

  • Tuesdays from 2pm-6pm (male masseuse)
  • Fridays from 9am-1pm (female masseuse)

Because this is being provided as a free service to carers and carees, it means that you’ll need to bring your own towels. So as long as you’re willing to bring a couple of towels with you and arrange your transport to the Carer Support Campbelltown Centre, then give us a buzz to enquire about availability.

To make an appointment, please call Alex at the Carer Support Campbelltown Centre on 8206 0777.

Availability is limited so please get in touch soon if you’re interested.