Best Massages in the Eastern Suburbs: Unwind & Indulge at Our Favourite Massage Spots
From deep tissue to hot stone, these are the best places in the Eastern Suburbs to get a massage.
Sydneysiders are no strangers to hustling. To unwind, they treat themselves to pamper sessions at luxurious city retreats. Speaking of which – the Eastern Suburbs has no shortage of spas. Whether you want an in-and-out place you can pop into or a luxe spa with all the trimmings, we’ve got you covered. Book in and bliss out with our pick of the best massages in the Eastern Suburbs.
A Beauty Editor favourite, Venustus is – in a word – divine. Located in leafy Paddington, this serene spa offers organic, tailored treatments to heal and restore the body. Its signature massages will have you floating away on a cloud. Along with muscle releasing and intuitive body massages, the four-hand and six-hand massages (yep, that’s three therapists working on you at once) are the ultimate indulgence.
383 Oxford Street, Paddington
Endota Spa Paddington
With spa locations around Sydney, there really is no excuse to not get your Endota Spa fix. Focusing on your wellness journey, Endota will help service you from an intense radiance facial, all the way to a deep recovery relaxation massage.
124 Jersey Road, Paddington
Bondi is brimming with health and wellness centres, and locals have this one on speed-dial. The massage menu at Bondi Massage is a mix of east meets west, with relaxation, remedial, sports and hot stone massages sitting next to reflexology and cupping, a traditional Chinese therapy. Let the team know if you want to unwind, soothe store muscles, or ease stiffness and stress, and they’ll work their magic.
Level 5, 9-13 Bronte Road, Bondi Junction
The Botanica Vaucluse was one of the most hotly-anticipated openings of ’18 – and with its locally sourced fare, greenery and millennial pink chairs, it lived up the hype. Its day spa, Sol Spa, is just as gorgeous. It has a full menu of massages for those who want to relax or have every knot kneaded out. We love the Signature De-Stress Therapy Massage, a 90-minute treatment that releases tension in the shoulders, neck and scalp.
2 Laguna Street, Vaucluse
Yummy Mummy Day Spa
In Clovelly, this spa is dedicated to mums and mums-to-be in need of TLC – but you don’t have to be either to book in. The team at Yummy Mummy uses pregnancy-safe products and tailored techniques to soothe any aches and pains and help you to really relax. Bliss out even more by adding hot stones, a foot and leg massage or an Indian head massage to your treatment. Go on…
Shop 2, 195 Clovelly Road, Clovelly
Enishi Massage Therapies
For a massage that won’t break the bank, head to Enishi. The Shiatsu massage is incredible for tense, tired muscles – and the signature treatment at the Japanese spa. Otherwise, the therapists are trained in Swedish, remedial, aromatherapy and hot stone. If you like, you can add a clay body wrap to your treatment.
3/177-179 Glenayr Avenue, Bondi Beach
Treera Thai Massage
Back in the junction, this no-frills spot specialises in Thai massage to bring balance back to the body. During the fully-clothed massage, the therapists at Treera Thai Massage will stretch and bend your body and use firm, rhythmic pressure to release stress and tension. If that’s not your thing, Treera also offers reflexology, aromatherapy and deep tissue massage.
54 Spring Street, Bondi Junction
Karparti Skin Clinic
Over in Double Bay, this luxe spa is famous for its skincare treatments – but it does a damn good massage, too. The secret’s out! On your lunch break, duck out to Karparti Skin Clinic for the 30-minute back, neck and shoulder massage or the hand massage, which is amazing.
17 Bay Street, Double Bay