Sports Massage

Sports massage is not just for sporty people, everyone can benefit from a Sports Massage.

We see: builders, teachers, retired, office workers, consultants, runners, gym members, boxers, rugby, just to name a few.

On your first visit, we look at:

  • Posture
  • Where your pain is
  • How you walk
  • Move
  • Take a full history of any:
  • Illnesses
  • Operations
  • Activities
  • Jobs
  • Hobbies
  • Medication
  • Your story this is the most important bit

All of these affect how you move, hold yourself, and then we look together, how massage and treatments can help you.

Please wear or bring shorts and a T-shirt. Your dignity is respected at all times, and each person is an individual and your massage and rehab is designed for you.

For Everyone!

Sports massage is not just for sporty people, everyone can benefit! We see: builders, teachers, retired, office workers, consultants, runners, gym, boxers, rugby players just to name a few!

Over Training

Training hard, getting niggles? Sports Massage can help you to relax and loosen up after a gym session!

Fed Up Of Painkillers?

Fed up taking pain killers? as this does not fix the problem,  and want to know how massage and exercise can help you? Book a session today!

The Benefits Of Sports Massage

The principle physiological benefits of sports massage therapy include pain reduction and relaxation; two important benefits that can keep you healthy and competitive over time. Sports-related pain can result from a muscle strain, a contusion or bruise or excessive use of a muscle. Overuse of a muscle or muscle group may result in delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), a phenomenon that’s long been associated with increased physical exertion, massage therapy is effective at alleviating DOMS by approximately 30 percent and reducing swelling, but it has no effects on muscle function. Muscle relaxation is another important physiological benefit of sports massage therapy. Muscles relax when they’re exposed to heat, receive increased blood circulation and are stretched appropriately; all common results of an effective sports massage therapy session. A reflex relaxation also is caused when your mechanoreceptors–tiny sensory receptors that respond to pressure or changes in tissue length–are stimulated during massage.

Book a Massage Today!