Shayne Sullivan. Shayne established Geelong Natural Therapies almost 20 years ago as a place for allied health and natural therapies to work together.
Experienced, qualified natural therapist Shayne Sullivan uses a combination of massage therapy, dry needling and neurolinguistic programming to treat physical pain and injuries, and assist her patients to achieve a positive outlook that boosts their well-being.
Shayne lives by the mantra ‘live life, don’t just exist’. She provides a huge range of services including Myotherapy, Emmett Technique, Bowen Technique, Dry Needling, Lymphatic Drainage, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Remedial Massage, Pregnancy Massage and Oncology Massage. Shayne also spends time working at the University Hospital in the Oncology Ward and Intensive Care Unit. She treats her patients from a holistic perspective, assisting with relief from physical ailments, while encouraging positivity and mental wellbeing.
As a former teacher, Shayne also has a passion for education and was an anatomy and physiology instructor at the Victorian Fitness Academy.
She is also currently a provider for WorkCover, the Department of Aged and Disability Services, the Commonwealth Carer Respite Program, Barwon Health Mental Health, the Pastoral Healthcare Network Australia, and GenU. Shayne also spends time working at University Hospital in the Oncology ward and ICU.
Shayne also provides services to the TLC (Tender Loving Care) Clinic at St Bernards Church in Belmont. The TLC afternoon is run by Pastoral Healthcare Network Australia (PHNA) once a month for people who cannot afford regular treatments or are lonely, need support after a difficult time and need to reconnect with others. It is non-denominational and offers afternoon tea, hand and foot massage, blood pressure readings and Bowen technique/myotherapy for $10.
See available appointments with Shayne via our online booking system.
- Business HoursMonday – Friday: 9.00am – 7.00pm Saturday: 9.00am – noon
- Office Street Address36 Shannon Ave
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- Special Offers
Carer burnout. Complimentary treatments for carers of terminal patients either at the clinic or at home