Among the many conditions that often improve after sports remedial massage are:
- sore lower back
- Sciatic pain
- neck/shoulder pain
- Tension headaches
- tennis elbow
- wrist./ forearm pain
- tight calves/ hamstrings
- knee and other joint pain
Belinda Mayne NLSSM Dip, MSMA/BTEC
Registered as a member of The Institute of Sports & Remedial Massage Association
Muscle soreness and stiffness of the joints can easily start as a result of every day activities. A gentle and soothing massage can relieve these conditions.
Heritage Courtyard - Wells
Perfect Fit Gym - Wells
Peter Everett - Osteopath - Winscombe
Other areas I practice at include: West London, Wimbledon, Richmond, West Sussex,
Call 07711 719 422 to book an appointment
If you have a tight neck, tight calf muscles or similar issues, or if you are recovering from an injury, several weekly sessions would be ideal. If you are fit and healthy, a monthly massage session will help you stay that way.
Deep soft tissue work: applied to specific problem areas, or generally, to prevent
the gradual build up of aches and pains, and to promote relaxation.
Stretching for contracted muscles and joint mobilisation techniques, for stiffened joints, to restore the range of movement.
Wether you are an athlete or occasional exerciser, regular sports massage can act as a preventive treatment, removing the accumulation of tissue strains which could lead to a more serious injury. It can also produce a relaxed feeling of general well being.
WHAT IS SPORTS REMEDIAL MASSAGE?
Sports and Remedial Massage or Deep Tissue Massage is a deep treatment that loosens up tight muscles, breaks up adhesions in muscle fibres, and generally focuses on restoring and/or maintaining the full functionality of your muscles.
It can help your muscles perform better and prevent injury. Muscle injuries may often heal more effectively with the aid of sports massage.
I S R M
INSTITUTE OF SPORT
& REMEDIAL MASSAGE
One of the chosen Sports massage therapists at the London 2012 Olympics