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Ali Saoirse

About Ripple Massage
Ali Saoirse

If you sign up for our newsletters, or read the stories on this site, you might be asking who Ali is.

So here is a face behind the name.

I live on Tamborine Mountain, with two beautiful sons, Luke and Jack.

Coming from a background of being homeless with a six month old baby due to domestic violence, we are deeply grateful for the sweet life we now have.

Ripple was a glimmer in my eye for a couple of years before I started it up here in 2005. Just me, one massage therapist on a mountain.


We are 100% Australian owned and operated and are not a franchise, and operate with a team of therapists in Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim, Gold Coast, Brisbane and northern NSW to Byron Bay.

Our aim is to give our guests the massage they would like, and remain small, personal, down to earth and friendly.

I have been massaging for 20 years, and am trained in remedial, relaxation, prenatal, hot stone, reflexology, aromatherapy, Balinese, Kahuna, Indian Head other styles of massage.


I also have university qualfications as a psychologist, economist and extensive training in DV and trauma informed treatments. Currently, I undertake limited massages in the Gold Coast, Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim and Brisbane regions, and also the trauma informed massages in DV shelters.

If you want to know more about us you can follow us on Facebook or Instagram.


If you would like to know more about our giving back through the Ripple Effect, you can find out more here

Our team is looking forward to coming to see you soon.


Ali Saoirse - Ripple Massage


1987 - Bachelor Of Economics - University of Sydney

1995, 1996 - Negotiants Working With Wine Fellowships

2005 - Certificate IV Massage – Gold Coast TAFE - Swedish massage, pregnancy massage, reflexology, Balinese massage, aromatherapy, anatomy and physiology

2008 - Diploma Remedial Massage - Gold Coast TAFE

2012 – 2016 - Kahuna Massage Levels 1- 7 - Mette Sorensen - High Spirits Retreat

2013 - Graduate Diploma Of Psychology, Bond University

2021- DV Alert Workshop CHCDFV001 - Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence

2005 to present - CEO and therapist Ripple Massage


What We Know To Be True

A customer is the most important visitor on our premises.

They are not dependent on us. We are dependent on them.

They are not an interruption of our work. They are the purpose of it.

They are not an outsider to our business. They are a part of it.

We are not doing them a favor by serving them.

They are doing us a favor by giving us the opportunity to do so.

– Mahatma Gandhi

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