After experiencing relief from a debilitating shoulder and neck problem after just two Bowen Treatments, Belinda knew she had to learn how this amazing therapy worked.
Using her new qualification within her massage business, Belinda and her clients were amazed and thrilled with the rapid results her clients experienced with Bowen Therapy.
The more Bowen work Belinda did the more she needed to learn and completed her Diploma of Specialise Bowen Therapy in 2012.
Belinda’s Bowen Therapy journey has finally led her to complete her Instructor training and offers the Nationally recognised Certificate IV in Bowen Therapy (10533NAT) . She is excited to teach others the wonders of Bowen Therapy. Courses are held in Yamba (Far North NSW).
Bowen Therapy – is a non-invasive, gentle approach to pain relief and healing.
Bowen Therapy uses gentle soft tissue or fascial release technique on specific muscles, tendons and joints. Forceful manipulation is not used. Instead Bowen Therapy involves a light cross-fibre maneuvering of the muscle or tendon, helping to relieve muscle tension, fascial constriction and inflammation thus reducing pain and increasing movement.
Remedial/Deep Tissue Massage – Using deep slow strokes and pressure point therapy helps the body’s muscles and tendons return to normal health after injury or other muscular-skeletal disorders.
Swedish/Relaxation Massage – helps de-stress, loosen up your body. Treat yourself to some TLC
Hot Stone Massage – Warm basalt stones are used as part of the massage to melt away “built up” tension relaxing not only surface muscles but also deeper level muscles.
Lymphatic Drainage – to stimulate lymphatic fluid movement an integral role in the immune functions of the body which is the first line of defense against sickness and disease.
Also used in the treatment of Lymphoedema, post surgery or trauma.
Our Council approved facility offers short and long-term storage to customers with either caravans or trailerable boats. It’s close proximity to the water and to the caravan parks in Yamba and other nearby holiday destinations makes storage an ideal proposition. Make your holiday more enjoyable by leaving your van or boat locally and eliminate all distance towing.
Yamba FlooringXtra offers an extensive range of blinds, carpets, timber and vinyl floors at competitive prices and this is backed up with professional and prompt installation services. Our commercial model saves our clients time and money.
When you come in to talk to one of our friendly team about your flooring requirements, you can be assured you’re talking with the XPERTS on flooring.
Yamba FlooringXtra is proud to be part of a new national group of like minded people, locals familiar to locals, who work, live and play in the area and who have a combined desire to continue helping our customers beautify their homes and environment.
Yamba FlooringXtra believes that we can make a positive impact on our customers and greater environment via our collective action. We provide a totally recycled underlay and earth friendly fibre carpet- Softe which is made from 100% recycled materials.
Fresh handmade fudge made in store, handmade chocolates and loads of lollies from near and far. Gift ideas galore: NRL footy gear, age specific gifts and anniversary gifts. Come in and see our great range of goodies.
Yamba Museum is conveniently situated on spacious grounds with ample off-street parking and easy wheelchair access, visitors have often described as the finest small historical collection on Australia’s East Coast.
The museum is noted for its extensive display of photographs extending back to Yamba’s early beginnings. Many books and objects portray Yamba slowly developing into one of today’s key seaports, fishing centres and surfing/holiday destinations in northern New South Wales.
Incorporated into the Yamba Museum Precinct is The Old Kirk. This beautiful heritage building built in 1921 was once the Yamba Presbyterian Church and continues to be an integral part of the town’s social and cultural fabric.
Linking The Old Kirk and the museum is the Story Garden, a reflective natural sanctuary that enhances this unique cultural, exhibition and celebration space.
The Yamba River Markets are on the fourth Sunday of the month, located at Ford Park on the foreshores of the beautiful, scenic Clarence River.
There’s always something new at the Yamba River Markets, which feature around 80 stalls, and more in the peak seasons. It’s the best way to spend a Sunday morning in the beautiful coastal town of Yamba.
The stalls range from fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, plenty of food stalls including Asian foods, second hand furniture, books, jewellery, clothing, arts and craft among many others.
The market features local and regional food and provides free live entertainment, showcasing local emerging talent as well as touring bands and musicians in a village atmosphere.