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Sports Massage

What is Sports Massage?

Sports Massage involves the manipulation of the soft tissue of the body. Soft tissue includes all the connective tissue that has not hardened into bone and cartilage; it includes skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia (the connective tissues that lines and surrounds the other soft tissues). Sports massage is designed to reduce the tension and imbalances that are caused from exercise and sport. It can be delivered before and after exercise to enhance performance, reduce risk of injury and improve recovery.

Do I need to play sport to have a Sports Massage?

No, if you do any exercise at all, whether that's going jogging to keep fit, playing football with your friends or children, or playing any sport on a casual level, you will feel the benefits of Sports Massage. Exercise of any form and at any level carries some risk of injury and Sports Massage can help to reduce this risk by keeping your muscles supple and in a good condition. If injury does occur, even if it's only minor, Sports Massage will help to get you back in shape quicker by increasing blood flow to the area, which promotes recovery and helps to reduce any inflammation..

Why choose us?

Our massage therapists are qualified to degree level with extensive experience in health care. They are available for early morning and evening appointments so they can always be available when you need them. Couple this with free parking just outside and a beautiful brande new clinic, you will feel looked after as soon as you arrive.


OUR MASSAGE THERAPISTS


Gemma King


Gemma is an experienced massage therapist having worked treating athletes out of a gym setting, Gemma has completed her level 3 and 4 (active IQ) Sports Massage at Bath University

Gemma uses a blend of techniques..... Read More

Leanna Parry


Leanna is an experienced and knowledgeable sports massage therapist having graduated with a degree in sports science.... Previous to this, she completed Level 5 diploma in Remedial and Sports Massage with the Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork. Read More

Dan Hughes


Dan holds a level 3 sports massage qualification and has worked within the fitness industry since 2017 as a Level 3 personal trainer, with additional qualifications in exercise referral and lower back rehabilitation.

His training and general health and wellness philosophies are based on the principles of strength and movement. As such he is a big advocate.... Read More
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