Ph 0434 631 987
Most of my massage services are provided to clients in their own home throughout the central Sydney region. However another service I offer is to provide a Sydney hotel massage service. The hotels are normally within the City of Sydney region although I also have visited hotels in Sydney Olympic Park, Parramatta, Ryde/Macquarie Park and Eastern Suburbs.
I provide remedial, deep tissue, Swedish and sports massage to hotel residents using massage oil. I bring a massage table so I do require that there is sufficient space in your room for me to work. Please be aware that I do not offer a relaxation massage service for single male clients in hotel rooms (unfortunately a few experiences where there have been “misunderstandings” from clients about the nature of the massage they will receive – more information is available here). No such issues with providing remedial and sports massages if that is what you are after.
If you are visiting Sydney and prefer not to use a massage clinic service then there may be significant advantages with booking a massage in your hotel room with a therapist such as myself.
If you would like more information about my massage services then please feel free to give me a call on 0434 631 987. Please be aware that whilst I am a recognised provider with health funds for remedial massage, unfortunately I am unable to provide claimable receipts as remedial massage provide in hotel rooms is not recognised by the funds.
Note for hotel concierges:
I am more than happy to take bookings for massage through concierge services. However, I do ask that you check with the client that they are after remedial, deep tissue or Swedish massage with oil on a massage table and that a male massage therapist is acceptable to the client. I have accepted bookings in the past that were after massage styles that I do not offer (Shiatsu or Thai for example) or the client was surprised when a male therapist arrived at their hotel room door.
Please do not hesitate to contact Richard if you have any questions to any information presented on this blog.
Any information, advice, recommendations, statements or otherwise contained herein, or in any other communication made by or attributed to Richard Lane, whether oral or in writing, is not intended to replace or to be a substitute for medical advice trained by a trained physician or healthcare practitioner.