Massage by Eiko Oki
Structural balancing. Soft tissue and joint mobility. Posture and muscle tension awareness Massage by Eiko Oki
Eiko is a certified Remedial Massage Therapist with a diploma in Remedial Massage and a Bachelor in Human Movement Studies. If you want to get an invigorating and refreshing massage then please book a session of therapeutic remedial massage by Eiko Oki.
Eiko’s has a signature style of holistic remedial massage. Due to her well-trained, well-tuned muscles and body structure, Eiko is able to generate strokes that are broader and firmer in comparison to your regular remedial massage therapists. This is thanks to her history as a former JBBF: Japan BodyBuilding Federation’s state champion, and her highly developed skills as a Karate instructor (3rd Dan Blackbelt). Combined with personalised passive joint mobilisation and soft tissue alignment techniques (a much gentler approach for those who suffer from issues such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis and frozen shoulder), Eiko’s treatments have been known to effectively aid clients to alleviate symptoms including general muscle fatigue, postural imbalances, scoliosis and post-injury muscle imbalances just to name a few. All of Eiko’s sessions involve some well-needed relaxation and TLC, so that you leave the treatment feeling calm as well as energised.
Her wholesome treatments are available on Mondays and Tuesdays at tonika health. Here, she offers 30, 45, 60, 90 and 120-minute massages. You can book an appointment online with Eiko here. (Please note that 30 and 45-minute appointments are suitable only for specific situations (e.g. for those suffering from anxiety, multiple sclerosis or other circumstances where a shorter treatment may be recommended. Please get in contact with Eiko via email@example.com if you would like to book a 30 or 45-minute massage).
More about Eiko
When she’s not in the clinic you can find Eiko teaching Karate classes and refereeing tournaments, and exploring and enjoying Aussie craft beers at the end of a long day, or after Karate class. She also loves to research new and old movement therapy methods, stretching for soft tissue and joint mobility!