“A Helping Hand Towards Optimal Health”
Fusion Physiotherapy’s physical operating location “Saffron Cottage” is located an hour north of Wellington at 240 North Manakau Road, Manakau, Horowhenua.
Take your time to browse through our pages, and please feel free to contact me if you require any additional information.
Saffron Cottage Hours
Current Physiotherapy Hours (with Robyn):
Tuesdays 9am to 6pm, Thursdays 9am to 5pm, Fridays 9am to 12pm.
Wednesdays (please ring Robyn for an appointment): House-calls 8am to 5:30pm visiting Levin to Paraparaumu. No referral required. Reserved for those who are immobile, unable to drive to clinics, or senior citizens.
Robyn can register new ACC claims, and also order Xray and ultrasound scans if required.
Massages (with Tracey):
Wednesdays 9am to 5pm. Other days by appointment only – please enquire.
Weekend retreats and accommodation by appointment.
We seek to offer a place of comfort, relaxation and tranquility in our beautiful rural setting at Manakau. Our aim is to provide bespoke, individualised wellness advice after listening to each person’s own health journey.
Offering integrative Physiotherapy, Ayurvedic therapies, clinical reformer pilates and beautiful weekend retreat packages that strengthens the healthy elements in every body. We firmly believe that YOU are the best person to manage your health using our experience and combined knowledge as tools.
“An amazing and homely cottage with the added bonus of the treatment room in the cottage, where the talented therapists come to you.
The cottage is set in tranquil and peaceful setting but not far away from Otaki and Levin.
I’m already planning my next visit, a truly wonderful experience.”
“My best friend and I were lucky enough to spend a girl’s weekend away at Saffron Cottage at the base of the Tararua Ranges recently and I was delighted to discover a bag of the Magic T Hibiscus & Cinnamon Tea waiting for us on our arrival.
It was the perfect accompaniment to our evening, we had an amazing Ayurvedic massage and facial treatment, then relaxed by the fire.“