Michele Pocknee – Remedial Massage Therapist
Michele Pocknee graduated from Endeavour College of Natural Health in Brisbane, with a Diploma of
Remedial Massage. She has a special interest in preventative health and general wellbeing.
Her skills lie in her ability to feel her client’s needs, through her work as a manual therapist, she has
learnt to listen with her hands. Her client’s presenting conditions are treated from an anatomical
perspective as well as a mind-body connection. She focuses on helping her clients return to health
and wellness through a process of gentle touch therapies that have immediate physical and mental
benefits, felt long after her treatments are over.
She offers her clients a variety of complementary treatments including: remedial massage,
relaxation and aromatherapy massage, craniosacral therapy (CST), manual lymphatic drainage
(MLD) massage, and bioelectric massage.
With bioelectric massage and meridian therapy, she uses a small electrical signal through her hands,
and follows the body’s meridian pathways to remove blockages and promote self-healing.
Areas of treatment include:
- Lower back pain
- Neck pain
- Rotator cuff injury
- SIJ dysfunction
- Post-mastectomy recovery
- Postnatal care
- Calming the central nervous system
- Fascial adhesions and trigger points
- Limited range of motion
- Musculoskeletal tension
- Lymphatic detox
- Low cellular energy and fatigue
Other interests include.
Photography in Nature – the connection between man and nature. She
has previously exhibited with The Professional Photographers’ Association of Queensland and her
work is featured in Steve Parish’s Masterclass Photography: A Pathway To Purpose. Her latest
pursuit is turning her love for essential oils into a source of holistic integrative treatments for her
clients. She currently travels to the Sunshine Coast to study Clinical Aromatherapy at Aminya
Natural Therapies Academy and enjoys a dip in the ocean at the end of the day.
Michele Pocknee is available weekdays at our Brisbane (Eagle St) Clinic and Saturdays at New
Farm (James Street) Clinic.