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SPORTS MASSAGE

What is Sports Massage and how can it help me?

Sports Massage is a form of soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation, which uses a variety of techniques to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia within the body.
It’s an intense, hands-on treatment, delivered with firm pressure, compression, and slow forceful strokes.
Sports Massage was originally designed for athletes, to prevent and relieve injuries associated with repeated strenuous physical activity.
However, both athletes and non-athletes can benefit from Sports Massage treatment, as it can be applied in both sporting and non-sporting contexts.
It can be used to treat injuries, prevent injuries, prepare for physical activity, enhance performance, and promote faster recovery following physical activity.
The benefits of Sports Massage include reducing pain, increasing flexibility and motion, improving healing, relaxing muscles, reducing muscular tension and stiffness, reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, and improving quality of sleep.
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DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE

What is Deep Tissue Massage and how can it help me?

Deep Tissue Massage is a form of soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation, which uses a variety of techniques to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia within the body.
It’s an intense, hands-on treatment, delivered with firm pressure, compression, and slow forceful strokes.
It can be used to overcome aches and pains, treat injuries, and prevent injuries.
The benefits of Deep Tissue Massage include reducing pain, increasing flexibility and range of motion, improving healing, relaxing muscles, reducing muscular tension and stiffness, reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, and improving quality of sleep.

MASSAGE

What is Massage and how can it help me?

Massage is a form of soft tissue mobilisation, which uses a variety of techniques to target the various layers of muscle and fascia within the body.
A massage can be delivered with gentle, or strong pressure, depending on your needs, and involves rubbing, kneading and mobilising the body.
It can be used to overcome aches and pains, treat injuries, and prevent injuries.
The benefits of Massage include reducing pain, increasing flexibility and range of motion, improving healing, relaxing muscles, reducing muscular tension and stiffness, reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, and improving quality of sleep.

FAQs

Sports Massage is a form of soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation, which uses a variety of techniques to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia within the body.

It’s an intense, hands-on treatment, delivered with firm pressure, compression, and slow forceful strokes.

Deep Tissue Massage is a form of soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation, which uses a variety of techniques to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia within the body.

It’s an intense, hands-on treatment, delivered with firm pressure, compression, and slow forceful strokes.

The benefits of Massage include reducing pain, increasing flexibility and range of motion, improving healing, relaxing muscles, reducing muscular tension and stiffness, reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, and improving quality of sleep.
Yes. Massage can be used to overcome aches and pains, treat injuries, and prevent injuries.
Yes. Massage can be used to treat injuries, prevent injuries, prepare for physical activity, enhance performance, and promote faster recovery following physical activity.
Yes. Massage isn’t just used for pain. It has a number of physiological and psychological benefits, including increasing flexibility and range of motion, improving healing, relaxing muscles, reducing muscular tension and stiffness, reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, and improving quality of sleep.
Yes. Massage is a very safe treatment, however, there are some instances where certain conditions within your past medical history would prevent you from having one. At your first appointment with us, you therapist will ask you a number of questions relating to your past medical history, to ensure that you are safe to treat.

If you’re looking for a lighter, gentler massage, we recommend booking in for a Massage.

If you’re looking for a deeper, firmer massage, we recommend booking in for either a Deep Tissue Massage or a Sports Massage.

If you’re looking to improve recovery or sports performance, we recommend booking in for a Sports Massage.

If you’re not sure what to book in for, we recommend booking in for a Massage. At your first appointment with us, your therapist will identify which type of massage will be beneficial for you, and tailor your massage towards your specific needs.

Your first 50 Minute Massage appointment with us will cost £65.

Each follow up treatment will cost either £65 for a 50 Minute Massage, or £49 for a 30 Minute Massage.

We do offer a selection of appointment packages, to help you save on the cost of your Massage with us.

Alternatively, if you do have a cash plan policy with an insurance provider, then you may be able to use your allowance on your policy to access Massage with us.

Give us a call on 02381300260 and ask to book in for your Initial 50 Minute Massage or Sports & Deep Tissue Massage.

Alternatively, you can book in online, by clicking on the book now button below, and selecting an ‘Initial Massage – 50 Minutes’ or an ‘Initial Sports & Deep Tissue Massage – 50 Minutes’.

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