Massage is shown to benefit Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, ME. We have clients with all of these that benefit from regular massage.
Helping people is our passion; getting people moving better is our goal. We strive to reduce pain and prevent future re occurrences, wherever we can.
If we feel we cannot help you, we will be honest, give you advice and point you in the right direction.
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I have been qualified in the fitness industry for over 12 years, and have studied to a level of Specialist Exercise Instructor.
What I can do for you
Non Specific Low back pain probably affects around one-third of the UK adult population each year. Massage can help ease your recovery.
Massage is good for mental health, studies show that patients had 6 massages on a regular basis, and measurable improvements were made.
Most people that train hard benefit from a regular massage to keep the body working correctly. It works on touch and the nervous system, and helps the body recover quickly.
Massage and exercise are now encouraged during, before and after treatment. It is proven to reduce stress, help you keep healthy and stronger, make you feel better.
Medical dry needling is used alongside Sports Massage, it helps by improving the blood flow, breaking down tight tissue and is good for pain relief.
You should also know…
Massaging on sore areas of the body encourages increased blood flow and oxygen which helps soothes pain and reduces inflammation. Think of massages as a natural painkiller! After a massage your range of motion will also improve due to the removal of build-up lactic acid which causes stiffness in muscles
Pre and Post Event event
A pre event massage is used before activity to prepare the body for exercise. A pre event massage can be beneficial before training or important competitions. A post–event massage is designed to aid the athlete in recovering from the activity; flush out the lactic acid buildup, reduce post-exercise soreness; and re-establish range of motion and blood flow to tight muscles. It also can give the athlete a big psychological lift
massage can help. Making it part of your exercise programme offers a range of benefits including reduced muscle stiffness and soreness, faster recovery from exercise and the ability to train more frequently, as well as improved posture and injury prevention.
Prevention is better than cure
Some people use massage as a great tool to help recover from pain & injury. However the best time to receive massage is before you get injured! Having less tension in your body feels great & I really do believe that the less tension you have you are less likely to get injured, less likely to suffer from migraines & more likely to sleep better.