From September 2022, I will be offering a Sports massage clinic in my studio.
Sports massage uses specialised techniques which can reduce muscle tightness and improve circulation. It can also be a wonderful way to aid general relaxation, releasing tension and stress. Specifically, it can be beneficial for:
- Muscle or joint pain
- Muscle tightness
- DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness)
- Sciatica & other chronic pain
- Restricted movement
- Muscular Fatigue and cramp
- Injury treatment and prevention
Physical and mental benefits include::
- Helping you feel calm and relaxed
- Reducing anxiety and tension
- Aiding circulation and flushing toxins from the body
- Increasing energy levels
- Reducing pain by relaxing muscles and releasing natural, pain-killing endorphins
- Relaxing and stretching muscles, loosening tight muscles and cramps
- Increasing range of motion and flexibility
- Aiding sleep
Massage in Pregnancy
Pregnant women can reap all the same benefits of massage therapy mentioned above. This can be particularly helpful at a time when the body is changing and the mother may experience pregnancy related discomforts, anxieties, fatigue and/or insomnia. Massage can be used to target particular discomforts, or as a means of relaxation, allowing the mother to take time for herself and gain a sense of peace and wellbeing. Pregnancy massage is performed in a side-lying position, thoroughly supported by pillows and bolsters. It can also be practiced in a supported seated supine position where appropriate.
Sports massage sessions can be booked directly (email email@example.com) and last 1 hour.
Regular price: 60 pounds / hour
Regular CatrionaYoga students & family members are offered a 15% discount.
6 session package: Prepay for 6 x 1 hour sessions and receive a 15% discount.
(CatrionaYoga student can benefit from both discounts ie 30% discount on package of 6).
Students or referrals only.
Book directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
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