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Sports Massage

The prime purpose of sports massage therapy is to help alleviate the stress and tension, which builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity. Where minor injuries and lesions occur due to overexertion and overuse, massage can help to break them down quickly and effectively.

Above all, it can help prevent those niggling injuries that so often get in the way of performance and achievement, whether you are an athlete, ardent keep fitter, or a weekly jogger.

Who can benefit?
The treatment is not just for the sports person, anyone can benefit including people with physically demanding jobs and those with occupational, emotional, and postural stress may produce many similar characteristics to sports injuries.

How does it work?
Sports massage tends to be deeper and more intense. It is based on various elements of Swedish massage and often incorporates a combination of other techniques involving stretching, compression, friction, toning and trigger point response techniques similar to acupressure and shiatsu. The skilled therapist brings together a blend of these techniques, knowledge and advice to work effectively with the client to bring about optimum performance and to provide injury free training and minimise post event trauma.


£65 - 60 minutes

£90 - 90 minutes

The practitioners that offer Sports Massage are...

Robbie Jacobs

Having qualified as an Osteopath in 2011, Robbie also trained and worked as a Sports Massage Therapist alongside his degree.

Clare McKenna

Coming from a highly physical background in the Arts, Clare’s approach to massage and body work is both instinctual and and grounded in her knowledge and approach.

Josie Smith

Josephine has been a practising massage therapist since completing her Holistic Massage Diploma in 2011.

Andrew Fung

Andrew is passionate about how Osteopathy can help people in all stages of life to recover from injury, reduce pain and restore balance to their body.

Sadie Goodson

Sadie retrained as a Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist in 2016 after over a decade of working in the marketing departments of particularly demanding businesses. Seeing the impact of long-working hours, high-stress environments and a lack of time for self-care on so many of her colleagues, Sadie was keen to learn the how to help and enable healthier and happier bodies through rehabilitation, mobilisation and relaxation techniques. Since then she has also received her Pilates Teacher training qualification to gain a deeper understanding of how to build a strong and resilient body through breath, concentration, centering and movement.

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