sports massage


Sports massage is the manipulation of muscles, connective tissue, and the tendons fascia used to relieve tension and restrictions that build up as a result of undertaking repetitive and strenuous physical activities, both in the gym and in the workplace.

Useful for anyone wishing to guard against or recover from an injury. This type of massage is extremely specific and targets areas of dysfunction. Sports massage is not just for athletes, and avid gym goers, it is for anyone suffering from muscular aches and pains from frozen shoulders to sciatica and many more.

60 Mins – £50

90 Mins – £70

120 Mins – £90

Relaxation Massage

This full-body head to toe massage incorporates a combination of Swedish, Lomi Lomi, and Deep Tissue massage techniques to relieve tension, stress and completely relax your body and mind.

90 Mins – £70


Head Ease

This massage has been designed to help anyone suffering from cervicogenic headaches, which are secondary headaches often caused by neck injury or wear and tear. 

Focusing on the upper back, neck, face, and head using pressure points and deep pressure to release tension and stress. Please note this is not an Indian Head massage, although relaxing, some areas of tension can feel uncomfortable whilst being worked on.

60 Mins – £50

Colon Massage

Colon massage, also known as deep abdominal massage or internal organ massage focuses on the lower abdomen to manually help move waste through the colon. Colon massage can help bring relief from constipation, bloating, and excess gas by using a variety of massage techniques to stimulate peristalsis of the colon.

60 Mins –  £50

Colon Massage

Take a Peak Inside


Everyone is different and everyone has different needs, sometimes a one-off session is all you need to feel the benefits and alleviate painful muscles others may need several sessions.

It really depends on what the problem is, your degree of pain and your physical needs. If you have a specific problem, a weekly massage session is beneficial until resolved. Once resolved I would recommend prevention rather than cure and therefore advise having a regular massage once every 4 to 6 weeks especially if you have a physical job or train in the gym.

Imaging your muscle looks like a raw chicken breast! Within that chicken breast (muscle) you will see lots of lines, these are muscle fibres. These fibres need to contract and relax to make the muscle work. When a muscle gets tight these fibres stay contracted, and instead of lying flat get twisted and tangled which reduces blood flow. At this point you start to notice your muscle feel tight and uncomfortable. Most of the time the muscle will relax by resting it, however if you overload a muscle constantly (usually work related), it will become increasingly tight tangled and rigid, needing some manipulation to get it back to its normal state. Massage works by lengthening and straightening the fibres, increasing blood flow, and relaxing the muscle back to its normal state.

Sports massage is a very deep manipulation of muscles and tendons. Techniques used are specific in identifying and treating tension, rigidity, and dysfunction. A sports massage should never be painful throughout, that’s just a poorly trained therapist working too hard on every muscle! However, when working on specific areas of tension we need to work deeply and consistently and this can cause some discomfort. A good therapist will find areas that need working on before you even notice they are tight. You should be able to feel the difference whilst receiving a massage where muscles are relaxed or tight.

Your first visit will require a consultation to establish health history. You will be left to undress, asked to get onto the couch and cover yourself with towels.

During your treatment, your modesty is kept throughout.

At the end of your massage, you are left to dress before aftercare advice/recommendations are given.