Massage is a natural therapy which has many benefits, both physical and psychological. Massage can work on many levels within the body and it is its unique way of combining various benefits to suit the individual that makes massage such a versatile and effective treatment method.
Massage can be applied for stress relief and relaxation or in a complimentary role with other therapies in order to speed up recovery from sports and lifestyle associated injuries.
Aims at preventing injury and enhancing performance through pre/post event and maintenance massage. It also works in conjunction with physiotherapy in the rehabilitation of injuries.
Is aimed at increasing blood flow and circulation to soft tissues. It is beneficial for treating a wide range of conditions, including tired, aching muscles, postural imbalances, headaches and stress relief.
Trigger Point Therapy
Helps release taut bands of muscle tissue which are extremely tender when pressed. This therapy encourages blood flow to the area, removing toxins and supplying necessary nutrients to restore proper function.
Pregnancy Massage – Pre and Post natal
Can help alleviate some of the uncomfortable symptoms that women often experience during pregnancy, ranging from low- backache, swelling of the lower legs and general tiredness.