What is sports massage?
Is an integration of massage techniques to address specific areas of pain or injury related to physical activity. With a range of different techniques, we relieve muscle tension, increase circulation, improve flexibility, and decrease recovery time.
Many people associate it with the popular use of pre and post race treatments. Often offered in short sessions at a marathon or other athletic event.
Helping the body warm up, prepare for performance and after the finish line, assist the body toward recovery.
There are plenty of other reasons to make an appointment with a sports massage therapist.
Used by the athletic population for a variety of purposes; such as injury prevention, recovery from fatigue, increase performance and relaxation.
Was originally developed to help athletes prepare for optimal performance. Recover after a big event or function well during training. However, sports massage is not just for athletes. It can be extremely beneficial for those suffering from every day injuries, chronic pain, or restricted range of motion.
Sports massage is a type of Swedish massage that includes techniques such as soft touch, percussion, friction and vibration massage. These are all different types of strokes which vary in depth and speed depending on whether a treatment is before or after event.
We will study your problem doing a free check (on request). Checking all your muscles and skeleton. We will check every joint of your body to make sure they are aligned and balanced.
After the session we will make a treatment program exclusively for you to get the highest results.
30 Mins SPORTS MASSAGE
Regular Price: £30
Internet Special Price: £25
45 Mins SPORTS MASSAGE
Regular Price: £40
Internet Special Price: £35
60 Mins SPORTS MASSAGE
Regular Price: £55
Internet Special Price: £46
60 Mins SPORTS MASSAGE & CUPPING
Regular Price: £65
Internet Special Price: £55
Regular Price: £35
Internet Special Price: £30
Who can have Cupping?
Cupping can be used on any age group and for a variety of conditions. The strength of the suction and the length of time the cups are left on will be altered though depending on the person.
Cupping may sound like an unusual treatment, but once you try it, you’ll understand why cupping is winning fans among athletes, celebrities, and all the rest of us who want to remain active and healthy.
Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin, Jennifer Aniston, and Victoria Beckham are all fans of cupping.
What Can Cupping Do?
- Deep tissue massage
- Pain relief
- Muscular-skeletal conditions
- Sports injuries
- Chest congestion
- Chills and fever
- Colds and flu
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Joint pain
- Muscle ache
- Chest infections
- Frozen shoulder
What is Massage Cupping Therapy?
As the name suggests, Massage Cupping Therapy is the combination of massage movements and negative pressure with the use of a suction device on the skin.
The negative pressure technique that is used, achieves a wide range of responses, ranging from extreme relaxation to therapeutic.
A cup is positioned at the area to be treated and, depending on the type of cups being used; a vacuum is created within the cup to draw the skin and underlying tissue into the cup.
The suction level can range from light to heavy, and the movements performed by the therapist can be either stimulating or sedating, depending on the needs of the client.
The produced vacuum creates a suction effect that increases blood circulation to the local area, relaxes muscle tissue and releases a myriad pain causing factors.
Massage Cupping Therapy softens tight muscles, tones attachments, loosens adhesion and lifts connective tissue by creating suction and negative pressure.
This same suction also brings hydration and blood flow to body tissues, as a result drains excess fluids, toxins by opening lymphatic pathways (a vital part of the immune system).
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