Kate Morris – Gold Coast Bulletin’s winner of Best Massage Therapist

Whether you’re on holiday and want to really unwind, or you’ve pulled a muscle, our massage therapist has you covered. She is so passionate about her service she provides. She has studied remedial massage and is extremely well qualified.

We are so proud of Kate, our massage therapist, winning the number 1 position in the Gold Coast Bulletin’s competition for best massage on the Gold Coast. Our service is unique, with aspects of spiritual healing available, including reiki and sound healing.

Do you want to try cupping?

Kate specialises in cupping which is a great way of relieving tension in your muscles and promote cell repair. This happens by increasing the blood circulation in the area which they are applied. Your body then treats the cupping area like an injury. It sends more blood to the area to stimulate the natural healing process.

Kate is a fully qualified Remedial Therapist, who’s knowledge and training allows her to design a personalised experience for each of her clients. She is passionate about helping people dealing with chronic pain, stress and emotional release and can incorporate a variety of relaxation and sports techniques into every treatment.

The Bulletin came in to chat with Kate and Broni about winning the competition.

“Chameleon really is a home away from home for so many people,” she said.

“All of us that go there are like family and I am so grateful for all of them.”

Chameleon beat out more than 12 finalists to win the annual awards.

Salon owner Bronwyn Corrigan said she was do delighted to have the support of the community.

“It feels amazing because we have such a big community and to know they appreciate and support us. We are very grateful,” She said.

Ms Corrigan, who has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry, opened the Surfers Paradise Blvd salon to create a welcoming space.

“Being at Chameleon has given me the opportunity to become a unique therapist and incorporate my remedial training with my reiki and sound healing,” Ms Morris said.

“I hope these techniques create a healing space physically, emotionally and spiritually for my clients.”

Ms Morris began working at Chameleon in 2020 and said she had learned much in her time there.

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