It covers the manipulation, management and rehabilitation of the soft tissues of the body’s muscles, ligaments and tendons. Sports massage can be an important addition to your workout and training, helping achieve your performance goals with minimum injury and pain. A massage after training can help you recover two or three times faster, flushing out the lactic acid and build up of toxins in the muscles. The purpose of sports massage is to restore the full potential of your muscular system, to relieve problems and prevent injury. It covers the manipulation, management and rehabilitation of the soft tissues of the body’s muscles, ligaments and tendons.
Ideally, getting a massage once a week is optimal, supporting your fitness or sports programme, improving flexibility and range of motion, relieving tired and sore muscles, speeding up recovery from strenuous physical exertion. Sports massage is a benefit to anybody, not just sports people. It helps to treat muscle problems of all kinds, not just those of sports professionals.
Why not compliment your sports massage with one of our backcare classes?
Sports massage has many potential benefits. Its primary aim is to restore full function to muscles and other soft tissues. This can simply mean easing the tension build up in your shoulders due to long hours in the office or restoring maximum performance to an over trained muscle group of an athlete.