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Therapeutic Massage 

Relieve pain, reduce stress, or work on a specific problem.

Therapeutic massage is tailored to your needs. 

Who is it for: 


Therapeutic massage can be tailored to your goal, whether that is to reduce stress, improve blood circulation and reduce pain, relieve muscle aches, improve your sleep or mood.

Great for both athletes looking to improve performance/aid recovery or and those who work at a desk for long periods, resulting in tight back muscles and pain.

Treatment plan: 


All plans are tailored to each individual needs and requirements. Some use therapeutic massage as a one-off treatment, for a stress relief, however most benefit will be gained from having a course of treatment. 


For treatment of a maximum benefits, we recommend 4 treatments over a 2- 3-month period, prior to switching to a maintenance plan

If deemed necessary other remedial techniques such as cupping, trigger point therapy etc can be incorporated into your therapy plan to ensure you get the full desired results 

Benefits of Therapeutic Massage

  • Reduced muscle pain and soreness (DOMS)

  • Reduced stress and anxiety levels

  • Activate immune and lymphatic system (Lymphatic Drainage Massage) 

  • Stimulates blood flow around the body

  • Relief for tired and overworked muscle

  • Increased relaxation and well being

  • Improved recovery post exercise and injury

  • Increased flexibility

  • Reduced fatigue

  • Improved sleep

What to expect 

  • You might be asked to undress to a level you are comfortable with.

    • This is to enable the therapist to work on the areas of the body. If you feel more comfortable wear body fitted clothing to prevent bare skin showing but allow the therapist to work. in any case your therapist will ensure you are covered throughout your session.

 

  • You might fall asleep (or not if deep muscle techniques are needed)

    • A massage session can offer you such relief and relaxation that you might find yourself nodding-off for a bit. Don’t worry! Snooze away. This is your time and we are flattered knowing we helped you relax.

 

  • You will want to come back

    • The release of the ‘feel good’ endorphins will have you feeling a natural high

How to Prepare for your Massage

  • Hydrate Before (and After) an Appointment.

    • A massage is dehydrating in nature. Staying hydrated before and after a massage is recommended because the water helps flush those released toxins out.

  • Wear Loose, Comfortable Clothing.

    • After your massage, you may feel tender or just extremely relaxed and you will appreciate not having to put on restrictive clothing.

  • Breath Normally.

    • This expedites relaxation + aids muscle relaxation.

  • Don't Be Afraid to Communicate.

    • We are here for you.

    • Do you specific problem area?

    • Do you purely just want to relax on the table?

    • Too much discomfort from applied pressure?

      • techniques can adjusted to accommodate your physical needs.

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