Our emergency services staff run toward incidents and accidents the rest of us run away from, missing family events and gatherings with friends to ensure our community is looked after. It is with this in mind that a $10 discount for 60 and 90 min sessions is offered as acknowledgement and gratitude to the following services:
New Zealand Police, Fire Emergency New Zealand, Wellington Free Ambulance, Life flight staff, and NZ Civil Defence / WREMO
Please advise which service you represent in the booking notes and bring work ID to your first appointment
Act of kindness is an initiative to provide financial assistance to clients of Relief Body Therapy fund their Oncology Massage treatment. Sometimes people undergoing cancer treatment are forced to take unpaid leave or stop work completely so they can focus on their health.
Act of kindness facilitates donations that will contribute to the cost of an Oncology Massage. The donation can be made anonymously or your name and a message can be left. A note will be added to the Act of kindness wall with the amount donated, clients can select as many or as few as they need to assist with the payment of their treatment.
Your personal privacy during a session as well as the security of your personal information are
important to the practitioners at Waiora Collective, which is why we use an online system that
encrypts on multiple occasions.
Personal safety and respect for all of us is imperative, therefore if at any time during an appointment
at Waiora Collective either the practitioner or client needs a session to conclude, this will be
accommodated. No questions asked.
As a registered member of Massage New Zealand, I comply their code of ethics. To view this document, please click on the link below:
If you feel that the Code of Ethics has been breached, you are welcome to discuss directly with the your therapist, or you can contact the Massage New Zealand Complaints Officer.
By email: [email protected]
Massage New Zealand
PO Box 4131
Hamilton East 3247
You can also make a complaint with the Health and Disability Commissioner, who promotes and protects your rights and receives all formal complaints against health practitioners.
Make a complaint with the Health and Disability Commissioner