Massage

Sports Massage - Keeping you Supple & Active

Sports Massage is not just for the professionals. It should be an essential part of a complete workout. More and more people are realising that a complete workout routine includes not only the exercise itself, but also caring for the wear-and-tear and minor injuries that naturally occur with strenuous exercise.

Total Training

The physiological and psychological benefits of massage make it an ideal complement to a total training program. Incorporating massage in your training program has many benefits. With regular treatment you are more able to sustain high levels of training and improved performance without causing an injury.

Sports massage and Injury Prevention

Sports massage reduces vulnerability to injury from intensive training by releasing tension in the muscles and accelerating the healing process.

  • Benefits Include:
  • • Prevention of scar tissue build up
  • • Faster recovery following intensive training
  • • Increased range of movement
  • • Improved posture
  • • Enhances performance
  • • Increases the quantity and quality of training
 
  • • Myofascial release
  • • Deep tissue massage
  • • Swedish Massage
  • • Reflexology
  • • Indian Head Massage
  • • Sports Massage
  • Why get a massage?
  • • To relax, unwind, to de-stress after a long day or week
  • • To relieve tired and aching joints and muscles
  • • To ease a sore back or a sore neck
  • • or just to treat yourself
 

There are many reasons we like to get a massage, and there are many benefits to receiving a massage both emotional and physical.

How Often?

If you regularly suffer from of stress, tension, sore, tight muscles, aches and pains, I recommend massage treatments on a regular weekly or fortnightly basis in order to gain a more efficient/effective beneficial relief of these symptoms.

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