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Sports Masssage

Sports Masssage

Massaging before physical exercise is beneficial as it warms up the muscles, allowing flexibility and more oxygen circulating to the working muscles, making them function more efficiently. Deep tissue massage should be avoided just before performance as it will have a reverse effect by loosening the muscles off too much and could cause injury.

Massaging after physical exercise is beneficial as it helps flush toxins and lactic acid build up out of the muscle fibres, allowing relaxation and your original range of movement restored, which all helps reduce recovery time. Constantly tight muscles can eventually lead to pain in different parts of your body. This soreness and pain can increase overtime and can even lead to injury. A post workout body massage can help you to reduce the severity of post-workout pain and delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), that may show up 24 to 48 hours after an intense workout.

Our Practioners:

Rebecca Wasey

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