Training Treatment Plan
"I have been having weekly massages with Sally for several months now and the difference she has made to my physical and mental wellbeing is enormous. Sally is warm and welcoming as well as clearly expert and I felt immediately at ease in her lovely and comfortable treatment room. I cannot recommend her highly enough.” A.M
A series of regular treatments to help maximise training benefits and speed recovery from sporting events.
Who this is for
Sports massage helps the body recover quicker and speeds up the repair stage, enabling you to continue with your training pain free. If you’re training for a sportive or other cycling event, a marathon, triathlon, or just want to make the most of each ride, run or swim you’ll be well aware of how far you’re pushing your body.
As you progress with your training, you’ll start to feel aches and pains in your body as your muscle fibres tear, recover and repair themselves, this is a normal process but during training the process of tear and repair is hugely increased, which can lead to stress on the body and injury.
Massage can also help with Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) which can be caused by muscle micro tears, a buildup of waste products such as lactic acid, or a muscle spasm that reduces blood flow to the area delaying recovery and removal of the waste products.
What are the overall benefits?
Sports massage as part of your training programme can:
Boost Performance: A reduction in pain and more muscle flexibility will help you improve your performance.
Speed recovery: Massage improves circulation which helps eliminate toxic debris and shorten recovery time.
Reduce Pain: A body in pain is a sign of overworked muscles and is not healthy. Massage increases blood and lymph fluid flow, thereby speeding the injury rehabilitation process. A massage also helps with pain from spasms and cramps, common with athletic training.
Prevent injury: By stretching connective tissue and improving circulation massage help prevent or break down adhesions caused by micro tears. Massage also influences the excretion of certain fluids (nitrogen, phosphorous, sulphur) necessary for tissue repair.
Improve flexibility: massage stretches the sheath or fascia that surrounds the muscle, releasing any tension or pressure build-up, improving the range of movement.
Improve circulation: massage increases blood flow and helps open or dilate the blood vessels enabling nutrients to be absorbed more easily. It also encourages muscles to take up oxygen and nutrients which help them recover quicker.
£90.00 3 x 40 min treatments.
I would recommend either once a week or once every two weeks.
To book click here: You can book all three treatments or just one, at a time.
You will need to pay for the block before the first treatment.
When booking online if you are unable to find a suitable slot please email me and I will do my best to accommodate you.
I was recommended to go to Sally by a friend and I am so glad I went. Sally was welcoming, friendly and more importantly, listened to me. I immediately felt at ease and Sally tailor made the massage to suit me. Wonderful! I have signed up to more and have also recommended my family & friends...that's how impressed I was. I'll be back! 🙂🌻