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Massage Therapy

The targeted approach of a sports massage focuses on specific areas of the body that need relief or healing. It differs from a normal massage in its techniques and intention.

Sports massage is beneficial for everyone - not just for athletes or physically active individuals.

The benefits are reduction of muscle tension, muscular pain and discomfort, increased range of motion, decreased muscle stiffness and soreness (after exercise or physical activity), increased level of relaxation and reduction in physical and psychological stress levels, improved digestion, increased nutrient distribution, improved respiratory function, stimulation of lymph flow (venous return) and improved quantity and duration of sleep.

Sports Massage
ladies only

Option 1:

~ initial incl. consultation ~

60min I £75

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Option 2:

~ follow up ~

30min I £45

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Option 3:

~ follow up ~

45min I £65

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Option 3:

60min I £75

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Massage Therapy

Why do I need a full consultation prior treatment?

A full consultation (incl. postural assessment) allows us to find out about contra-indications that might prevent or restrict treatment and, if there are some, how the treatment might be adapted.

Furthermore, it will give important information regarding your lifestyle, medical history, injuries, current medications, diet and sleep pattern, of which all need to be taken into consideration for a safe and professional treatment.

How does sports massage help to prevent injuries?

Sports massage can reduce muscle pain and tension by removing lactic acid and so reduce tendon inflammation.

It can enhance flexibility in soft tissue structures, and thus reduce the danger of tears, strains and ruptures. 

How often should you get a sports massage?

The answer is based on the immediate need, ongoing training regime, lifestyle and general maintenance of each individual client.

Initially, it can be necessary to receive treatment every few days, then perhaps weekly and then once a month. 

Others, only involved in light exercise or in the need of mainly relaxation, might need to be treated only every 6-8 weeks.

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