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Massage – Sports

Massage – Sports

How long does a treatment last?

30 minutes, 45 minutes, 1hr or 1hr20minutes – Sports Massage is adapted to the client’s needs and the length of time required for a treatment will depend on which areas of the body need to be worked.

How many treatments will I need? And how often?

If you have a specific problem we would recommend a course of four treatments at weekly intervals and then progress to monthly or bi-monthly. Most sports competitors have a regular massage to enhance performance and prevent injuries.

Does it hurt?

It depends. The first massage may be somewhat uncomfortable as problem areas are treated. After your first session your muscles are in shape and subsequent massages will be more enjoyable.

Is it suitable for everyone?

Yes. This massage is not specific to sports competitors. It is ideal if you prefer a deeper massage.

How do I know if my practitioner is professionally qualified?

Our practitioner is registered and holds certificates in Sports Massage from the International Institute of Sports Therapies. Please ask if you would like more information on qualifications and experience.

How will I feel after a treatment?

Energised yet relaxed.

How do I find out more about Sports Massage?

If you would like to meet one of our practitioners and see whether Sports Massage is for you, an initial consultation (15 mins) is available free of charge, without obligation.

What should I wear?

There are no special clothing requirements as you will need to remove clothing to allow access to the relevant area of the body. Loose, comfortable clothing will be ideal following treatment.

How much does it cost?

Please refer to our Clinic price list.

Is my treatment confidential?

Yes, all information given during the course of any of our treatments is treated as strictly confidential. Personal files are stored securely and only referred to by your practitioner. A copy of your contact details will be kept by reception in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.