Sports, Remedial & Massage Treatments
Massage and Treatments
This treatment is used to prepare an individual for peak performance. It drains away fatigue, reduces swelling, relieves muscle tension, promotes flexibility and prevents injury. This treatment also identifies imbalances and provides benefit to any level of fitness, whether you are just starting a sport or already a full time professional.
Osteopathy is a physical approach to restoring, maintaining and promoting physical and psychosocial well being by the use of manual therapy involving massage, mobilisation and manipulation. Osteopathy has been regulated since 1993 by the General Osteopathic Council and requires us to renew our registration each year
This type of therapy enhances the body's ability to heal itself. It can be used to treat an extensive range of conditions, including lower back pain, muscular tension and repetitive strain injury (RSI), caused by occupational and social activities and stresses. It also increases joint mobility where restricted, alleviates headaches and whiplash and aids post operative rehabilitation.
Hot Stone Treatments
This type of massage works in harmony with the body using natural basalt stones, which have a high heat retention quality, together with base oils or aromatherapy oils, as preferred. The treatment cleanses the body, whilst soothing the mind, and suits those with the physical manifestations of occupational postural stresses.
The ultimate treatment for the expectant mother, this is administered safely and effectively to relieve muscle tension, as well as aches and pain. This massage helps prepare the body for the many changes, emotional as well as physical, which will take place during pregnancy.
This massage is delivered in the work place on a portable massage chair. Deep soft tissue techniques and acupressure are applied through clothing, so clients can remain fully clothed. The treatment will leave you feeling relaxed, yet alert. A minimum of three hours on-site treatment time, which is usually broken down into a mixture of 15 or 20 minute massages per person, is required.
Swedish Massage reduces pain and relieves stress through the application of a variety of techniques, including kneading, effleurage and hacking. These are administered as a set routine, using alternating pressure, to give an overall feeling of well being, both physical and mental.