We help restore your body from injury and reignite your desire for a healthy life


Osteopathy is a holistic treatment based on the philosophy that the body (your muscles, skeletal system, circulation, and everything in between) is interconnected, and this structure is directly related to its function. Osteopathic treatment is focused on ensuring the whole body is working together properly for optimal wellbeing.

Following a detailed medical history and physical examination, our experienced Osteopaths prescribe an individualised treatment plan tailored towards patients’ unique health complaints. Your Osteopath will combine in-clinic, hands-on deep tissue massage, stretching, and mobilising techniques with at-home diet, work, and lifestyle advice.

In addition to treating pain and injury, Osteopathic treatment may also increase resilience to injury, protecting patients from future issues and empowering them to lead a more energetic life.


Clinical Pilates

Using a custom-made routine composed of core strengthening exercises tailored towards your body, Clinical Pilates may help alleviate your pain and improve flexibility, posture, strength, and balance.

These qualities make Clinical Pilates a suitable tool to prepare for pregnancy, compete at a higher level or stay healthy throughout your golden years.

Our friendly team build you a Clinical Pilates routine that targets your health goals, allowing you to live ‘your’ healthiest life.

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Myotherapy uses a wide range of manual treatment techniques such as deep tissue massage, dry needling and joint mobilisation to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal issues and assist in relieving pain and increasing mobility.

Our experienced and friendly team provide holistic assessment, diagnosis and treatment for a variety of muscular conditions.

We take a look at patient’s’ unique circumstances, developing a personalised treatment plan that may assist in achieving individual long-term health and lifestyle goals.

Therapist doing back massage showing what is remedial massage

Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage isn’t a relaxing rub down to help you unwind. This therapeutic form of massage addresses the sites of specific injuries or ailments that are preventing you from moving, exercising, and enjoying life at your physical best.

Using deep-tissue massage techniques, remedial massage targets knots and tension in muscles and connective tissue, which may assist with chronic aches and discomfort.

Our qualified Massage therapists conduct a thorough assessment of your condition, and develop a personalised massage plan that can help restore, rehabilitate and revitalise both your body and mind.

Therapist doing back massage showing what is remedial massage
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Naturopathic treatments are based on the philosophy that health transcends physical wellbeing.

By looking at health from every angle including stress and mental wellbeing, Naturopathic treatments can build a healthier “you” – one that is more resistant to stress, and more capable of self-healing.

Naturopathy provides a natural complement for conventional treatments including herbal remedies, vitamin supplements, lifestyle adjustments and dietary changes, just to name a few.

Our Clinic

From the moment you step into our clinic, you will realise you are in good hands as you enter a place of rejuvenation and positivity.

Holistic Bodyworks is equipped for restoring patients back to good health, with a clinic that offers three private treatment rooms for Osteopathy, Myotherapy, Remedial Massage, and Naturopathy, and a beautiful open-plan studio for Clinical Pilates.

This welcoming environment is complete with state-of-the-art equipment and practitioners who are wholeheartedly committed to their craft and the recovery of their patients.

Our light-filled clinic is located on Centre Road, Oakleigh South, with onsite parking at the rear. We welcome patients from all over south-east Melbourne including:

  • Oakleigh
  • Oakleigh South
  • Bentleigh
  • Bentleigh East
  • Moorabbin
  • Carnegie
  • Clayton
  • McKinnon

Who we treat

We treat patients from all backgrounds, seeking relief from injury or illness, or as a preventative measure for overall well-being and vitality.
Our patients range from babies and children, pre and postnatal women to older people wanting to increase strength, balance, and mobility. We assist injured workers in returning to work and athletes back onto the sporting field.


Holistic health treatments such as Osteopathy, Clinical Pilates and Myotherapy can help manage pregnancy-related pelvic and lower back pains, and can help restore your previous physical condition after childbirth.


Holistic healthcare looks after every facet of your health, allowing you to enjoy a happier, healthier retirement free of pains or aches.


Our team of experienced practitioners screen children and teenagers for impediments in movement, coordination and balance, ensuring they develop into healthy adults.


Holistic Bodyworks’ goal is to help patients enhance their performance in their chosen sports. We achieve this through physically conditioning muscles against sports injury.

Why Visit Holistic Bodyworks?

Every member of the Holistic Bodyworks team is driven to treat, advise, and empower others to live well.

Our team work together to honour this objective – providing each patient with the tools to experience optimal health and wellbeing, not only when they visit our clinic, but also in their daily lives.

We provide our patients with the education and encouragement to support greater quality of life, well after a consultation.

We love what we do

We help restore your body from injury and reignite your desire for a healthy life. At Holistic Bodyworks, We treat the whole body and teach our patients how to partner clinical treatment with a healthy, more fulfilling lifestyle.

We assist in the treatment of the following common conditions:

• Back and neck pain
• Shoulder, hip, or knee pain
• Headaches or migraines
• Arthritis and joint pain
• Muscular or ligament strains
• Postural problems

• Sciatica
• Pregnancy related musculoskeletal pain
• Myofascial dry needling
• Children or infant assessments and treatment