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The Benefits of Sports Massage
Sports massage is defined as mechanical manipulation of the body in a rhythmic manner in order to promote health and well-being. There are countless benefits of sports massage. The main purpose is to reduce tension in the body’s soft tissue. This includes Pre-exercise Muscle Preparation, Post-exercise Recovery, Injury Prevention and Recovery, and Rehabilitation Therapy. Sports massage is designed to not only accelerate the muscle recovery process, but helps avoid incidents that can lead to
performance loss over time.
How Massage Can Help You Prevent Injuries
Sports massage is focused to work on tissues, elongate muscles, improve nutrients
and blood flow and promote proper waste product elimination. It is a great way to
increase circulation to ischemic and connective tissues to prevent damage and
injuries from occurring. Massage not only increases blood flow but also aids in
breaking down scar tissues, preventing adhesions, and realigning damaged fibers,
which ultimately improves muscular function.
Speed up Your Recovery With a Weekly Massage
Minimize your recovery time by receiving a sports massage and reducing muscular
tension, spasms and pain. Eliminate lactic and carbonic waste product and reduce
immediate muscle soreness. Sports massage is also known to prevent delayed onset
muscle soreness (DOMS) which is most felt 24 to 72 hours after the physical activity.Take advantage of the neurological, psychological, and physiological changes that
sports massage provides in order to improve muscle recovery and decrease muscle
We offer 30, 60, and 90 min sessions. Modalities listed below are included in your massage.
Light pressure used to increase circulation and warm up the muscle tissue.
Moderate pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscles and fascia.
Trigger Point Therapy
Focuses on relieving muscle adhesions known as ‘”knots.”
Concentrates on a specific area in order to prevent and treat sport injuries.
PNF & AIS
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and Active Isolated Stretching are used to increase flexibility.
Active Release Technique combines manipulation and movement to break up scar tissue.
Involves applying sustained pressure to connective tissues to eliminate restrictions.
Cups placed on the skin to create suction and promote blood flow.
Istrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. Used to apply deep and specific pressure.
Who is it for?
Firstly, you do not have to be a sports person to benefit from SMT (Sport Massage Therapy). Whether you’re a professional athlete or just a weekend warrior, everyone will benefit from incorporating sports massage into their schedule. SMT refers to the deep firmer mobilization and stretching techniques used on the tissues. It improves power, performance, and reduces pain by increasing muscular flexibility and joint mobility.