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Who we are

Sui In Massage Clinic is founded in December 2010 by a remedial massage therapist accredited by a professional association (AAMT). All of our therapists participate in CPE (Continuing Professional Education) offered by their association to maintain anf improve our skills day-to-day.

The name sui in comes from owner's home language and was named in the hope to provide a peaceful environment in usually thought to be a no-pain-no-gain theory in therapeutic massage. Sui in Japanese is water and In is used in places such as hospital, college and temples where people gather to achieve with a help from the better knowledged.

Our skills

As Remedial Massage therapist, all of us expertise in Swedish, Myofacial Release, Trigger Point Therapy and Sports Massage

Enquire at booking for other specialized techniques such as; Deep Tissue Massage, Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation and Lomi lomi (also known as Ka hua or Hawaiian).

Your Appointment

When you are calling us for the first time, please be ready to tell us your name and contact number in the case of unexpected events. Be assured we will not be using your details for those unwanted Special Offers.

If you are a first-timer, we ask that you be here 5 minuted before the appointment time to fill out the health history form. We may have to cancel your booking if we don't see you for more than 15 minutes later than the time we were supposed to start.

After care

After your relaxing (or painful if that was what's needed) treatment, take a lot of water for the rest of the day. For an average adult, your system can only process about 200ml of water at once. So it is important that you take 1 or 2 sips here and there instead of gulping down a bottle at once.

Another good practice before you goto bed is to throughly stretch the treated area and it's surroundings, especially if your treatment included trigger point of myofacial release. That will prevent your muscle from trying to get back to the position where they were so used to stuck and hard (and had been causing pain) for a long time.