Sports massage is a manipulation technique that is applied to the soft-tissue structures of the body, and works to reduce muscle tension and pain, increase extensibility, prevent injury, promote recovery and encourage improvements in posture.
Although primarily targeted at those who participate in sports, anybody suffering aches and pains from activities such as prolonged desk sitting and driving can also benefit greatly from a sports massage.
Many elderly and vulnerable clients visit our clinic, and our team have numerous patient contacts each day, so we will continue to wearing PPE after 19th July. We kindly ask that anyone coming into the clinic also wears an appropriate face covering. This is to protect you, protect us and protect the vulnerable members of our community.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Our resident sports massage therapists have extensive experience in treating elite athletes as well as members of the general public.
Appointments are available throughout the week including some Saturdays. Initial consultations are 60 minutes long and compromise of 10-15 minutes of assessment including a medical questionnaire, with the remaining time dedicated to your treatment. Follow up appointments are available for the duration of 30, 45 and 60 minutes.
We are pleased to reveal that Gift Vouchers are also available for Sports Massage.
Due to the close of our sports massage service during the COVID-19 pandemic, all vouchers issued before or during the national lockdowns will be given a new 6 month term beginning 12th April 2021 when our sports massage service restarted. A valid sports massage voucher must be presented in order to redeem this service.
For more information on Sports Massage Therapy or to make an enquiry, please contact the Hampshire Wellbeing Centre directly on 02380 475637,by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or via the enquiry form below.
I had a sports massage here today and found it really useful. Anna was professional, knowledgeable and friendly, and the place was clean and comfortable.Michael Duffy, patient