1. Neuromuscular therapy
For treatment of chronic pain and soft tissue injury. A comprehensive assessment of your pain, posture and movement will be conducted and then a variety of well researched and widely accepted techniques may be used including (but not limited to): massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilisation, myofacial stretching, PNF (or assisted) stretching, ice & heat treatment.
Aims to bring about balance between the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, as well as enhancing the functioning of joints, muscles and biomechanics (movement)
Aims to restore postural integrity
2. Sports massage
A variety of massage techniques applied applicable to your sport and programme stage. Excellent for preparing muscles for activity, or for recovery post event. An integral part of the active persons training programme. This service may be provided at events by arrangement.
Treatment is used to support wide range of sporting people from those training for events, to the weekend warrior.
Can be applied specifically to aid recovery, prepare muscles for activity, or for recovery post event.
3. Relaxation massage
Relaxation massage is all about relaxing. It focuses on giving the client time to recover from the stresses of daily life. Treatment will include long smooth gliding strokes that are rhythmic and flowing. Pressure applied will be deeply relaxing and rejuvenating but not painful. This treatment that is designed to soothe and relax you, not to relieve chronic pain or other underlying ailments