Massage Therapist/Myotherapist jobs

Listing 6 jobs posted to this category within 90 days!

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Independent / Associate
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Great Opportunity for a Qualified Remedial Massage Therapist to joint our busy Chiropractic/Massage Clinic in Croydon, NSW. Work required for 2-3 days...
Job Type:
Full Time
Posted By: Re Massage Therapy
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We are searching for an experienced remedial massage therapist to join our young and passionate team, helping a range of clients located in the Mandur...
Mandurah WA 6210
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Full Time
Posted By: Vyne Health Acupuncture Gold Coast
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The future of natural medicine is just beginning & you can be apart of it at Vyne Health. Are you looking for a unique experience and a place that you...
Varsity Lakes QLD 4227
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Full Time
Posted By: Euphora Cafe and Wellness Centre
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About us: Nourish Cafe and Wellness Clinic = Eat well. Move well. Live Well. We are a unique approach to health care; bringing together Nutrition, Sof...
Camberwell VIC 3124
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Full Time
Posted By: Somatic Healthcare Clinic
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There is a Great Position for an Educated  Self-Motivated Female Remedial Massage Therapist in an active well placed  Clinic with an incredibl...
Prahran VIC 3181
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Full Time
Posted By: Motion Health Centre
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Skilled Massage Therapist required to join a highly professional integrated team of practitioners dedicated to setting the benchmark for healthcare de...
Sydney NSW 2000
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Massage Therapist

Purpose and Mission 

Massage therapists are trained healthcare professionals who use massage and other techniques on clients for health, fitness, and therapeutic purposes. These professionals learn how to deliver a range of different massage and physical manipulation modalities to deliver maximum benefits for clients with specific requests.

Reports To

Many massage therapists are self-employed and work out of their home or travel to clients, so this group does not have a direct supervisor. Those who work as employees at hospitals, clinics, and spas report to a variety of middle management, ranging from doctors to clinic administrators to spa owners.

Supervisory Responsibilities

While some senior or more experienced massage therapists might have responsibilities relating to mentoring or training colleagues who are new to the profession, most massage therapists have few supervisory responsibilities.


 You can qualify to become a massage therapist in Australia by earning one of two qualifying certifications: a Certificate IV in Massage Therapy or a Diploma in Remedial Massage. Note that regulations regarding qualifications for massage therapists are promulgated on the state and local level.

Responsibilities of a Massage Therapist

A massage therapist delivers a wide variety of therapeutic massage techniques to clients, and also typically provides a range of spa and body treatments to promote relaxation, health, fitness. Massage therapists also perform massages and physical manipulations for remedial purposes (aka physical therapy).

Typical responsibilities of a massage therapist include:

  • Massaging soft tissues such as muscles, tendons and ligaments to improve circulation and/or healing
  • Using a broad range of massage techniques to improve sports performance and/or minimize the potential for injury
  • Providing a variety of treatments to promote body relaxation, improve circulation and relieve all sorts of muscular tension
  • Carefully assessing and treating specific soft tissue conditions or dysfunctions as well as providing rehabilitation advice
  • Using other manipulation techniques, such as acupressure or Shiatsu, and/or applying complementary equipment, including infra-red lamps, hot and cold compresses, ice, essential oils, and even herbal or mineral therapies, all designed to help with specific issues or promote whole body health
  • Thoughtfully assessing the physical (and emotional) condition of the client, and taking a case history, as well as advising on various stretching exercises or relaxation techniques.

Common career specialties for massage therapists include:

  • Chinese (Tui-Na) Masseur
  • Remedial Masseur
  • Shiatsu Specialist
  • Sports Medicine Masseur
  • Reiki Energy Therapist

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