Massage and Movement
Satori BodyCare is an Australian based business in Byron Bay offering a dynamic and integrative approach to health, using a client based methodology that has been developed by Sarah and Nik, pooling on over 25 years of combined experience. The synergistic combination of massage and movement is utilised to facilitate clients reaching their goals.
Nik Monthule received his advanced Massage diploma from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in 1995. He attained advanced training in Human Anatomy, Cranial Sacral Therapy and Structural Integration (Rolf Method). Nik was a head instructor at the Utah College of Massage Therapy for 5 years and eventually was hired as a corporate trainer and curriculum developer. Nik became a Personal Trainer in 2002, is a certified FRC™ practitioner, MovNat instructor and Kettle Bell trainer.
A session with Nik is totally customised to each individual client. Sessions are generally focused on structurally integrating the body by (re)establishing functionality of the neuro-myofascial systems through the utilisation of soft tissue manipulation and exercises/movement. Nik has a passion for rehabilitation, prehabilitation, performance, pain management, nutrition and basically anything that involves human health.
Nik is a lover of all movement, especially when done in nature. He is known for talking non-stop when some one brings up the topic of “functional training,” you have been warned.
Sarah received her advanced diploma from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in 2006 and is a certified personal trainer. She has spent the last 14 years developing a system of BodyCare utilising remedial massage and dry needling that focuses on myo-fascial release, chronic pain management, establishing functional movement and self care techniques.
A session with Sarah is totally customised to each individual client. A session can range from relaxation massage to deep tissue manipulation and dry needling while integrating re-patterning techniques, stretching, floor work and restorative movement.
Sarah’s passion on the topic of health means she spends a lot of her time learning about the human body, cooking and eating whole foods and staying very active. Sarah also uses a long bow as a part of her meditation practice.
Massage / Dry Needling / Movement