Soft Tissue Release Soft Tissue Release

Soft Tissue Release

Fascial release Fascial release

Myofascial release

What Is Sports Massage

What Is Sports Massage?

Just as the name suggests it is popular with sports people as it can enhance performance and aid in injury prevention and management, but these are benefits we can all enjoy!

Sports massage is a no-nonsense approach to improve soft tissue condition, which aims to stretch tight muscles and help to stimulate inactive muscles.

Having a sports massage is different to a relaxation massage like you would expect from a spa treatment. This is because it uses techniques that have either been developed from traditional massage or borrowed from other disciplines such as physiotherapy. These techniques are referred to as remedial massage. These are used to help stimulate the repair process and free up tight muscle and tissue. Some examples of remedial techniques I use are:

Remedial Techniques

  • Soft tissue release – this is a lock and stretch technique which can be used in lots of different ways to help stretch and unstick congested tissue.

  • Muscle energy technique – using this can help to stretch muscles or encourage inactive muscles to get working again.

  • Neuromuscular techniques – this works with the nervous system to help get rid of pain and tension.

  • Fascial release – using this technique can help to free up the connective tissue that surrounds the muscles.

Pricing Options

£25

30 mins Treatment

30 minutes
Sports massage / Deep Tissue
Treatment.

£35

1 Hour

1 Hour
Sports Massage / Deep Tissue
Treatment.

£45

1 Hour 30 mins

1 Hour 30 minutes
Sports Massage / Deep Tissue
Treatment.

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