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A hand-on therapy aimed at recovering the correct balance between the muscles, nervous system and the supporting skeletal system.

A skilled therapist can manipulate the soft tissue of your body so that it may:

  • Increase circulation

  • Relieve stress

  • Reduce muscle tension and soreness

  • Release scar tissue

  • Correct posture

  • Increase joint flexibility

  • Remedial Massage is the combination of the following techniques to achieve the desired normalisation of soft tissue.

Trigger Point Therapy is a concentrated application of pressure on the trigger point, to break the cycle of pain and or spasm. They are small nodules of tight and contracted fibres in the muscle. It usually uncomfortable when first pressed but the sensation subsides with time, (Often know as the good pain), as the contraction is released and the muscle opens up.

Myofascial Release gently stretches tight fascia, allowing fascia and muscle to relax, thereby improving stretch capability and range of motion. It aims at reducing pain and increasing muscle flexibility by realigning fascia and the muscle to which it is connected to a more normal condition.


Deep Tissue Massage uses slow strokes and deep hand pressure on areas of muscle tension, either following or against the direction of the muscles, tendons and fascia. It frees the muscles, facilitates the release of tension patterns and can restore suppleness, length and increased range of motion.
Whatever your age, profession, activity level or physical condition may be,


Remedial Massage can enhance your life by reducing the effects of physical, mental, and emotional stress on your body.

Regular massage reduces the habitual levels of stress in your body, allowing you to move more freely, enabling you to breathe more fully, and leaving you less prone to injury.


Athletes of all levels of ability and achievement now rely on massage as an indispensable part of their training programs. Studies in various countries have shown that sports massage, when used regularly in the training regimen, improves an athlete’s recovery after exertion, maintains their range of motion, and reduces the risk of injury from overtraining.

Massage is beneficial because it helps you get into better shape quicker, with less stiffness and soreness. It helps you recover faster from heavy workouts and relieves conditions that may cause injury. Massage can be something to look forward to after a workout – a healthy reward.

A regular massage will leave you relaxed and feeling great. A sport specific massage can do that and is geared towards focusing on the stresses placed upon the body by the demands of the sport, for example, areas of greater stress for cyclists and dancers are in the legs; for swimmers in the upper body; for tennis players in the arms; and for golfers in the lower back. These areas are more likely to be tight, lose their flexibility and develop trigger points.

Regular Sports massage can:

  • Stretch and relax muscles

  • Relieve muscle pain and spasm

  • Improve range of motion

  • Identify tender areas before they develop into injuries

  • Speed recovery from muscular exertion

  • Free muscle adhesions

  • Restore suppleness and elasticity

  • Give the athlete better mind/body connection and awareness

  • Reduce muscle stiffness and soreness

  • Prepare the athlete for competition

  • Don’t neglect yourself


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