Massage Therapists @ Alexandria

At Body Active we have a commitment to providing you with excellence in Remedial Massage Therapy.

Jaszong “JZ” Chung @ Alexandria

JZ has over 30 years exposure to racket sports, climbing, skateboarding and MMA at a highly competitive level for over 15 years and has treated many professional athletes in flexibility, performance improvement and injury prevention through his understanding of biomechanics and being a professional athlete himself. His personal achievements include 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals in the Annual Korean National Festival Games from 2008-2018.

He has worked in over 20 clinical settings over 20 years helping thousands of clients reach their desired goals whom have suffered from neck, shoulder, back, knee and hip pain. He especially has interest in remedial, sports, deep tissue, hot stones, cupping, exercise physiology, pregnancy massage, lymphatic drainage, injury management and reflexology. Any spare moments he enjoys squash, tennis, table tennis, hiking, bouldering, endurance strength and conditioning and eating.

JZ has qualifications in remedial massage diploma, aromatherapy massage, squash coaching, personal trainer/master trainer, exercise physiology therapist, combat boxing coach, dip. business fitness (Australian Institute of Fitness) bachelor of businesses administration, marketing and HR 09 Macquarie University.

JZ is available on Wednesday to Fridays from 11am to 8pm, and Saturdays from 12-9pm.

Remedial Massage involves applying pressure on muscles, connective tissues, tendons and ligaments. When massage is used to improve someone’s health, it is known as massage therapy.

Massage can reduce stress and anxiety, help with pain, relax the muscles and rehabilitate injuries. For many healthy people with no chronic conditions, massage is simply enjoyable.

Many people find massage immediately calming and relaxing. Massage reduces levels of cortisol (a stress inducing hormone), while increasing other hormones that have a positive effect on wellbeing (including dopamine and serotonin).

Massage can also be used to treat problems with muscles, tendons and ligaments. Massage can be used to address other health problems including:

  • Back pain
  • Neck or shoulder pain
  • Headache
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Strains or soft tissue injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Arthritis

At Body Active we are committed to providing hands on one to one treatment with our focus firmly on your injury and road to recovery.