This is our most popular treatment, especially with customers who have previous experience of massage. For those who prefer their treatments with medium to firm pressure, and who want to feel results immediately.
Excellent for reducing stress, raising energy levels and helping posture.
Deep tissue massage doesn’t have to hurt. The pressure can be firm enough for you to feel some benefit, but not so much that you’re in pain or feel extreme discomfort. There may be times when the area worked on may feel uncomfortable, but it should never be unbearable. You are in control, so please inform your therapist if the pressure isn’t to your liking.
If you play sports or exercise regularly combining your fitness routine with regular Sports/Deep Tissue Massage is key.
Regular massages will reduce your risk of injury, improve your recovery time post-workout, enable you to exercise more frequently, and make sure any little tweaks or niggles don’t turn into something bigger and nastier.
This massage is for non-pathological tissue (i.e.: non-injured) only.
Sports/deep tissue massage techniques work deeply into muscles and soft tissues, helping to keep these structures supple and enabling the body to function at its best.
* Preventative treatment
* Post-event treatment
Sports/Deep Tissue Massage works to encourage the health of both muscles and connective tissue. The main difference between sports massage and other types of massage is the deep tissue work.
Communication during this session is key and the client has an active role during the treatment with breathing and positioning. There is less emphasis on relaxation than with other styles of massage.