Sports/Deep Tissue Massage

Sports massage is a term often used for Remedial Massage, though it is actually more of a full body massage to assist with general aches and pains from intense activity from either sporting or general life activities.  The aim is to assist recovery from these intense periods of activity.  Therapists will use a variety of techniques to provide a full body treatment and to help address any areas of concern. 
If you have a specific requirement or injury please book in with one of our Remedial Massage Therapists for a full assessment and we will put you on a path to resolve and achieve your movement goals.
 
Is this the same as a deep tissue massage?
The term Deep Tissue massage is often interchanged with Sports Massage.  Our therapists will check in with you throughout the treatment to ensure you are comfortable with the pressure.  

Deep Tissue Massage as part of a Treatment Plan 

If you are seeing one of our Remedial Therapists they may include deep tissue massages as part of your treatment plan.  Your Lead Therapist will brief our Deep Tissue Therapist to provide some specific soft tissue release which will ensure they are able to maximise the effects of your Remedial treatments. 
If you are working with more than one Muscle Medicine therapist you can be assured that your history and treatment notes will be communicated between the therapists to ensure a continuation of care. 
What can Sports Massage help?
  • Event Preparation
  • Sports/Events Recovery
  • Training Support
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Knee and Ankle Pain
  • Foot Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Muscle tightness, aches and strains

Which Therapist should I book? 

Emma Grill  [Deep Tissue Therapist]

Izabela Brzezinska  [Deep Tissue Therapist]