A Few Words About Me
Satoko Vellender has a Diploma of Remedial Massage and has worked with both physiotherapists and chiropractors in Sydney for a number of years. Satoko is a skilled Japanese massage therapist who is experienced in a wide variety of massage types, such as deep tissue, trigger-point therapy, myo-fascial release, lymphatic drainage, sports & relaxation massage. She is also qualified in pregnancy massage.
Satoko is able to provide her clients with excellent, individualised care and works alongside our chiropractors to help her clients maximise their wellbeing. She is passionate about her work at Campus Chiropractic & Wellness and believes that massage therapy is the perfect complement to chiropractic care.
What people think about my work
I LOVE the massage at this place. I started recently with Mariko and her service is flawless. How she can be both gentle and strong at the same time I can’t figure out but she’s also incredibly knowlegable about her work, intuitive, listens very carefully, and targets the key areas immediately. It’s not just a “feel good” massage, it’s very effective and focused on solving problems, aches and tensions. She also gives great tips on little exercises to do to assist with healing in between massages. I would wholeheartedly recommend her to anyone. I also really really appreciate that the massage tables they have are a league above any other place I’ve been, as you can adjust the head part downwards so that your neck is not strained. Every other massage place I’ve been, as much as the massage helps, I end up with my neck and jaw tight from facing down the whole time into a whole that’s not quite right. This adjustable thing removes that problem. As a bonus, I hear they have heated beds for the winter 😀 Can’t wait to try that one.
Five star treatment and service! Highly recommend!
Also, being a gym goer, the girls that do the massages are very strong considering their small size! Again they listened to what areas were sore and did what was needed. A bonus is that if you have the chiro adjust you first, they mention to the massage therapist ares they’ve just worked on so that the massage complements your treatment.