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Michael's Natural Therapies

Address: 209/30 The Kingsway Cronulla NSW 2230


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Michael's Natural Therapies has been successfully treating it's clients since 1995, assisting in everything from injury recovery for athletes to providing relaxing massages to those that simply wish to indulge themselves.

Michael's Natural Therapies has been successfully treating it's clients since 1995, assisting in everything from injury recovery for athletes to providing relaxing massages to those that simply wish to indulge themselves.

The clinic is run by Michael Ransom who is fully qualified in a vast range...

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Business Hours

Monday 8:00am to 8:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am to 8:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am to 8:00pm
Thursday 8:00am to 8:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 8:00pm
Saturday 8:00am to 12:00pm

Payment Options

  • Cash

Our Team Profiles


Michael Ransom


Dip. Remedial Massage, Dip. Sports Massage, Dip. Chinese Medicine Bachelor of Nursing

Year Joined



Michael's interest in massage began from an early age and led him to study various versions of the ancient art directly upon leaving school. His passion and expertise quickly caught the attention of a number of sporting teams that employed him as their exclusive massage therapist. Michael has also worked at five star Spa Resorts and Gymnasium Health Clinics, furthering his experience in relieving muscular tension and pain, improving circulation and eliminating toxins from the body. Michael also gained experience in Nursing which expanded his understanding of the human body and it's needs. Michael's treatments are both therapeutic and relaxing and work to rejuvenate the entire body for optimal performance and overall wellbeing.


Please note that the following testimonials are collected, supplied and maintained by Michael's Natural Therapies.

Niki Gudex
Michael is very professional, both in his skill and his overall approach, as well as being a genuinely nice person. The mobile service is very convenient but I also enjoy the benefits of the float bath, which I usually do after the massage to really flush the lactic from my muscles and just relax.
Andrew Brown
An extremely professional and comprehensive service. Michael's massages have helped me overcome sporting injuries and the float bath is one of the most relaxing experiences I've had.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does It work? Scientists estimate that up to 90% of the brain's normal workload is caused by the effects of routine environmental stimulation the combined effects of gravity, temperature, touch, light and sound on the muscles, nervous system and sense organs of the body. The float bath screens out these external physical stimuli, creating a pure state of "sensory" relaxation. Under these unique conditions your body has a chance to restore its natural powers of self regulation, while you simply lie back and rediscover the latent abilities of a deeply relaxed mind. While you are floating, your ears are below the surface of the solution, cutting out external sounds. Many people, however, find that gentle ambient music accelerates and intensifies the relaxation process. The Apollo's powerful underwater speaker system creates the feeling that you are floating in a sea of music, enhancing the rich dream-like quality of the experience. The temperature inside is kept at a constant 34.5 degrees Celsius - relaxed skin temperature. As a result, the nerve endings which cover the surface of the skin no longer perceive any sense of separation between the skin and the silky mineral solution which surrounds it. In the dark, weightless tranquillity of the Apollo float bath, the boundaries of your body seem to dissolve and vanish. As you enter progressively deeper levels of relaxation, even your body seems to "disappear" from conscious awareness because of the sharp reduction in signals being transmitted through the nervous system to the brain. Free from all external stimulation, your body can achieve a state of relaxation which is deeper, purer and more beneficial than sleep. With no body to look after, your mind can attend to other business. For more information, visit our webiste. Introduction to Floating "Most importantly, the float tank is not a hypothetical laboratory phenomenon, but a viable, proven technology" Dr Henry Adams, NIMH, Washington "Second best thing to being in Heaven" Richard Jones, Australian Senator The Apollo float bath contains a shallow 30 cm pool of 25% saturated Epsom Salts solution - five times denser and more buoyant than sea water. Lying back, you float effortlessly on the surface with all parts of your body firmly supported. Your muscles no longer have to fight against the constant downward push of gravity, the single greatest cause of wear and tear to bones, joints and body tissue. As muscle tension melts away, you find yourself floating weightless and free, like an astronaut in zero gravity conditions. The pleasures and perks of the modern float bath are based on a revolutionary scientific approach to deep relaxation called Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique or R.E.S.T. for short, first developed back in 1954 by researchers at the NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health) in Washington. During the past 20 years the remarkable effects of the float bath have been systematically studied and applied in such areas as health care, medicine, fitness training, sports science and education. Meanwhile, floating has caught on in America, Australia and, more recently, Europe and Asia as a powerfully productive and creative form of recreation in its own right. What is Acupressure? Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique derived from acupuncture. In acupressure physical pressure is applied to acupuncture points by the hand, elbow, or with various devices. Traditional Chinese medicine's (TCM) acupuncture theory predates use of the scientific method. What is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is a practice in which needles are inserted into various traditionally determined points of the body via "acupuncture points" and then manipulated. The practice dates back to at least the 2nd century B.C. in China. Acupuncture typically incorporates traditional Chinese medicine as an integral part of its practice and theory. Different variations of acupuncture are practiced and taught throughout the world. Acupuncture is based on a belief that flowing through the body is a kind of "energy" called "qi" (or "chi"), although this energy may not be the same as any kind of energy measured by the science of physics. The acupuncture points are located on what are claimed to be paths ("meridians") where the qi is believed to flow. What is Chinese Cupping Cupping dates back to the Egyptians period were they used horns and flame to create a vacuum. It is commonly know through Chinese medicine. Chinese cupping has been more brought to light through ... What is Bowen Technique? The Bowen Technique is a cross fibre muscle release technique that balances and stimulates energy flows, resulting in a deep sense of overall relaxation. There are regular pauses between the series of gentle moves to give the body the required time to allow the body to reset and heal itself. There are various schools of protocols originating from the teachings of Mr Tom Bowen, the founder of the Bowen Technique. The healing is not considered massage but rather a non invasive muscle release technique consisting of a series of gentle cross fibre moves that have long term benefits so long as the injury or pain is not reaggravated. Bowen Technique strives to find the origin of a problem and is therefore very effective for muscular-skeletal problems, including ankle, knee, lower back and neck pain. A treatment usually requires the client to lie on a bed or treatment couch and can be performed through light clothing. Sessions can last from 30 minutes to an hour. It is usually recommended to have two to three sessions of the Bowen Technique with a break of five to ten days between each session. What is a Deep Tissue Massage? Focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It is designed to reach the deep sections of thick muscles, specifically the individual muscle fibres. Uses firm pressure to help the muscles to release toxins. Allows blood flow to the muscles to help in recovery of injuries and muscle soreness Is also used in sports recovery and injuries. Works on the fibres of the muscles with cross friction and deep movement allowing the muscles to release lactic acid from the muscles. Better improvements than relaxation massage due to the increase of blood flow to the muscle.