Your First Visit

Take a moment to soak up Kansha’s peace and tranquility

At Kansha, we recommend you arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment, giving you time to take a deep breath, slow down and enjoy a moment of respite from the busyness of everyday life.

Take a moment to soak up Kansha’s peace and tranquility, thereby enhancing the benefit of your healing therapy. We offer complimentary, nourishing Ayurvedic tea or fresh, filtered water while you wait and request that you respectfully turn off your mobile phone. At Kansha we like to provide a quiet atmosphere so our clients can enjoy their treatment undisturbed.

We respectfully ask that you notify us of  appointment  cancellation 24hours prior to appointment as a cancellation fee of $50 applies.

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On your first visit to Kansha we’ll ask you to fill out a standard health history and consent to care form for the natural therapy you have chosen.

Your practitioner will then discuss your health history in detail, to provide the best possible treatment tailored to you and to consider any possible contra-indications to care.

Treatment times vary from 45 minutes for acupuncture to up to 90 minutes for massage. Depending on your private health cover, health fund rebates may apply. We have a Hicaps machine for automatic processing where applicable. Eftpos and credit card facilities are also available, with the exception of AMMEX.

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