Sports Massage

A sports massage will help to reduce the aches and pains caused by sports injury as well as the everyday stresses and strains of modern life.  The treatment includes a functional assessment to identify any adaptive moving patterns, muscle imbalances or tight structures.  Techniques used include neuromuscular, deep tissue, trigger point massage, positional release, soft tissue release, muscle energy techniques (post isometric relaxation & reciprocal inhibition) and frictions.  A sports massage will leave your muscles feeling looser and more ready for action.  The treatment will also aid in post workout muscle recovery and injury prevention

1 Hour £38

Magnesium Oil Massage

Magnesium oil is excellent for muscle relaxation and recovery following a workout.  Combined with a sports massage a magnesium oil massage can increase flexibility and reduce the risk of injury.

1 Hour £40

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger points are small contractile knots that can develop in the muscles and myofascia.  Trigger points can shorten and tighten the muscle fibres affecting the muscles range of motion which can also cause pain & discomfort.  Trigger points are common in sports people and those who suffer fibromyalgia.  Pressures, deep frictions and deep stroking are used to disperse the trigger points

1 Hour £38 

Combined Sports/Table Top Thai Massage

A massage using a range of massage techniques and positional releases to loosen the muscles and soft tissues

1 Hour £38