Starflower Apothecary located at 19 Grose St, Leura NSW 2780, Australia

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Sophie Whincop

5 Google Rating

Great service, great atmosphere and most importantly the remedial massage was exceptional. Paula is

5/ 5

Great service, great atmosphere and most importantly the remedial massage was exceptional. Paula is the real deal! 1.5 hours with her and you’ll feel those knots melt away.

Sam S

5 Google Rating

I cannot recommend Kazia enough to anyone. She is extremely knowledgeable and does not rush you duri

5/ 5

I cannot recommend Kazia enough to anyone. She is extremely knowledgeable and does not rush you during a consultation. Kazia takes great care in making sure she covers everything and you leave feeling excited about improving your health.

Christine Stamatis

5 Google Rating

The best place for all your health needs and massages

5/ 5

The best place for all your health needs and massages

Ryley Maher

5 Google Rating

Had an amazing experience today. Paula was just amazing, can’t wait to be back.

5/ 5

Had an amazing experience today. Paula was just amazing, can’t wait to be back.

Stephanie York

5 Google Rating

It was a God-send meeting Paula. It was perhaps not the massage I expected but it was certainly the

5/ 5

It was a God-send meeting Paula. It was perhaps not the massage I expected but it was certainly the therapy I needed. Highly recommend Paula’s expertise and knowledge. She deep dives into the causes of reoccurring pain and empowered me to do exercises and lifestyle adjustments to change my posture.

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  • Sunday10:00 AM - 03:30 PM
  • Monday12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Tuesday10:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Wednesday10:00 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Thursday10:00 AM - 05:30 PM
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