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Where is Melbourne's Best Cheap Massage?

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Published March 11th 2012
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There are may different establishments around the city that offer walk in massages. Therefore which establishment is the cheapest and still manages to maintain high quality standards? Following on from the success of this question to WeekendNotes' Sydney based readers; now it is Melbourne's turn. So just exactly where is Melbourne's best cheap massage?

I have found the great Thai massages at Vigorous (located on both ends of Bourke Street - just before and after Bourke Street Mall, and also in Fitzroy) really relaxing even though there is only a curtain separating you and another client. The ambience is simple but rather inviting, thus making the massage experience a worthwhile investment in more ways than one. The massages feel invigorating and they still minimise and eliminate any 'knots' in your body depending on how often you go.

There is another establishment in Collins Street within the Oaks on Collins complex, and for the life of me, I cannot recall the name of this establishment. For only $49, you receive a one hour quality Thai massage. While you may fell a little sore during the treatment, you will most certainly feel like your on top of the world once the session has ended. You are welcomed with a 15 minute foot soak, ensuring that you feel totally and completely relaxed and then you are taken to your private sanctuary on a shiatsu mat with comfortable cotton clothes to change into for the treatment.

Now its over to you. Where have you found the cheapest massages within Melbourne that do not compromise on quality? Would love to hear more about it from you.
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For those of you in the Bayside area there is a brilliant massage place called ANT in Highett. Greame the owner gives wonderful relaxation and sports massages for $40 an hour 9-3pm and $50 from 4-8pm Mon to Fri and all day Sat! Worth a visit
by sally (score: 0|2) 2687 days ago
Le Beau Monde offer high skills of the many type of the massage and provide to 5 star hotel VIP
At hardware lane Melbourne
by Lee78 (score: 0|2) 811 days ago
I use Resilience Massage and Training Chapel Street. Chris charges $70 an hour, fully certified (Aus) and covered by my insurance provider.
Great for sports injuries, (I use them for chronic pain and rehabilitation from impact trauma but friends I've recommended them to have had good experience fixing training related injuries).
As a queer woman I find the vibe very relaxed, welcoming, inclusive and professional. Chris is definitely the most knowledgeable massage therapist I've come across. He also provides stretch/exercise sets for working on at home, to stabilise and strengthen the rehabilitated area.
by biosf (score: 0|2) 1111 days ago
Northern Massage (45 Miller Street Epping Melb) is charging $50 for a one hour remedial treatment
by drawi (score: 0|2) 1693 days ago
Australian Shiatsu College, Brunswick - $45 for 1.5 hours:
http://www.australianshiatsucollege.com.au/#!treatments/c4jy
by newton caz (score: 0|2) 1709 days ago
Absolutely agree. Fantastic!
by tom12 (score: 0|2) 1759 days ago
In Highett (Melbourne Bayside) the best massage I have ever experienced is offered by JJ. Call for an appointment on 0400 615 317. This therapist works from a private home studio and you will not find a better massage anywhere, full stop. Don't believe me, I don't care but you have heard it first from me right here.
by ronno (score: 0|2) 1899 days ago
I usually go to True Thai Massage in CBD. The quality is very high and the price is quite reasonable. Highly recommended!
by peter (score: 0|2) 2200 days ago
Aroma Thai Massage & Skincare near vic Market Queen St CBD I really recommend. They are authentic thai. Good price.
by prana (score: 0|2) 2202 days ago
Full Moon Thai Massage in St Kilda is my fav . Find the massage excellent , staff know what they are doing . Wouldnt say cheap but wouldnt say expensive .
by paulw (score: 0|2) 2305 days ago
FYI - that place in Oaks on Collins is Chiravan, but their prices are higher than $45...http://www.chivaran.com.au/index.html
by chris (score: 0|2) 2523 days ago
I've been going to Sense of 5 Massage twice a month or more for over one year and have found their service to be fantastic. A 1hr massage is around $75 but then there is complimentary foot spa and tea prior to starting followed by more tea and a slice of yummy pineapple dusted with spices upon completion. The only downside would be that the spa can become a bit noisy at times as rooms are separated by curtains. Sense of 5 is located on 222 Russell Street between Little Bourke and Londsdale.
by mick3 (score: 0|4) 2589 days ago
Relative Therapies on Clarendon street, south yarra. But they charge the standard massage price.
by Belinda (score: 1|11) 2679 days ago
I tried vigorous... Not really good ...far far from a real Thai full body massage ....dissappointed!
by Gfg (score: 0|2) 2681 days ago
Kelly's massage in South Melbourne market and in Bay street, Port Melbourne is wonderful. Cost $60 per hour.
by ailsa (score: 0|2) 312 days ago

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