What is Sports and Remedial Massage?

Sports massage helps to alleviate stress and tension which can build up in the body’s soft tissue area during physical activity. A sport massage can help with injuries due to over exertion or overuse. Used regularly a sport massage can help to improve performance and keep individuals injury free. However, a sports massage isn’t exclusively for athletes as many people can benefit from a sports massage as it tends to be a deeper and more intense treatment. A sports massage often incorporates a combination of stretching, compression, friction, toning and trigger points

Hayley Lovell

Hayley Lovell

My interest in remedial massage came about from having a very active lifestyle and a need for regular body work.  Receiving regular treatment made it possible for me to continue doing what I love and to reach my goals.  This influenced a desire to help others in the same way so I decided to retrain and become a Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist. 

Naomi Harris

Naomi Harris

Naomi graduated from the University of the West of England in 2015 with a BSc(Hons) in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation. Naomi is specialised in Injury assessment and Diagnosis, as well as Taping, Biomechanical Analysis, Deep Tissue Massage, TENS Therapy and End Stage Rehabilitation. Naomi also has her Immediate Care in Sport Level 3 qualification, allowing her to be confident in Pitchside Immediate Care and to work fluently alongside other Emergency Healthcare Professionals. She gained her massage qualifications in 2012 and has been working alongside Occupational Health Providers and Physiotherapists ever since.

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