Professional & Personal Profile

Professional Profile

Neil Evers started Peninsula Massage in 1991 after graduating from a 12 month Remedial Massage course and became a member of the Association of Remedial Masseurs in 1992 (membership #947). Since then Neil has completed many associated courses and workshops in various differing modalities to gain experience and increase his knowledge of how the body works and to learn techniques to assist him in helping clients to restore their wellbeing and balance in their life.

Neil is proficient in Shiatsu, Chinese Accupressure, Holistic Pulsing and Reiki and offers all of these practices from his home studio. The studio is in a dedicated area that is private where the client can enter with safety and comfort, has hygienic change rooms, a bathroom complete with shower, is wheelchair accessible and provides on-site Eftpos facilities. While not limited to his studio, Neil also provides a fully mobile service where a client can receive a massage in the comfort of his or her own home.

Neil has been organising masseurs for the Pub2Pub Fun Run (a 13K run or walk from Dee Why – Newport raising money for the local charities) for 10 year now as well as for the Newport Surf Club Big Swim. Neil maintains a current Senior First Aid certificate, has appropriate Public Liability Insurance and provides Health Fund Status. Neil has held the position of National Vice President of Association of Remedial Masseurs and is a registered Justice of the Peace.

Peninsula Massage offers more than just a great massage; Peninsula Massage offers a service that is ‘Professional & Caring’ and this is due to the dedication, enthusiasm and commitment of Neil Evers.

Personal Profile

Neil Evers was born in Collaroy NSW and raised in Mona Vale and went to Mona Vale Public School which only had 52 students at that time. Neil went to Balgowlah Boys High, the only High School on the Northern Peninsula. When Neil left school he became a butcher, however, did not realise how this profession would influence the work that he does now. Learning how the bones and the joints are connected then became a passion yet to be fulfilled.

After many successful years, Neil left butchering for a completely different job; driving a front-end loader. This job did not satisfy his needs, so Neil entered the corporate world and started selling office stationary (a tie, no sun shine but a good job). In 1977 Neil was offered the cleaning contract on 6 blocks of home unit and started his own cleaning business, Mona Vale Cleaning. The business went from success to success to a point where Neil had sixteen people working in the business and the cleaning run that went from Ryde to Manly and out along Palm Beach, taking in private homes, lawn mowing, gardening, and window cleaning.

Mona Vale Cleaning featured on the TV program ‘The Money Show’ as a successful business run from home. In 1982 Neil, and wife Sue, bought a house in Newport where Peninsula Massage is run from today. As the massage business grew the cleaning business was sold off and now only provides a service for long-term clients clean; some of them clients for 18 years.

Neil shares his life with wife Sue and has 4 sons, a stepson and 7 grandchildren (5 Boys and 2 Girls).

Peninsula Massage acknowledge our Clinic is within the Traditional Land of the Guringai Aboriginal People