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Sports Massage

If there’s a nagging injury that you’ve acquired from playing sports or from workouts at the gym which is preventing you from training, book in with us to see how we can help. There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to achieve your exercise goals when pain or dysfunction is slowing you down.

Sports massage is tailored to your injury, targeting the specific area and adjoining muscles. Often when we strain a muscle or sprain a ligament, our body works to compensate by putting more emphasis on other muscle groups. During treatments clients often find that the unaffected muscles are more tender that the ones that were injured!

While there are some similarities between sports and remedial massage, we will tailor our techniques specific to your sport or activity, being considerate of your training schedule. Game-time commencement will affect what type of treatment we select.

Sports techniques include tapotement (like little karate chops, but nicer!), stretching and advanced types of mobilisation such as Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), which works to increase flexibility and decrease muscle contraction through resistance. We’ll work with your schedule to design a treatment plan that will sort out the injury quicker and help you smash it at training!

  • “I did my first marathon last year and Mya provided excellent remedial as part of the prehab/rehab program. Highly recommend for any person into their sports! ”
  • “Mya gives the absolute best massages. They are the perfect combination of firm and relaxing. I would recommend her to anyone with an injury, a few sore spots or just for a lovely relaxing treat ”
  • “Mya is a professional therapist who takes the time to listen to clients concerns and needs, and then tailor their treatment to suit. I would recommend her services to anybody wanting a friendly and professional massage ”
  • “After that massage I felt like I'd actually grown taller. Had to readjust the rear view mirror before I drove home! ”