Sports Massage

Sports Massage

Sports Massage for Men

Massage FAQs

How much is a Sports Massage?

60 minutes: £75
90 minutes: £105
2 hours: £135.

Please Contact Us for more details.


The Daniel Beauty Difference

You will be treated while lying on the most luxurious and comfortable massage table that we have been able to find. It is electrically-operated; it not only moves up and down but we can also move the "head end" upwards and the "feet end" down.

To keep you warm, the massage table is covered with an electric blanket and we will also cover you with a heavy towel of the finest Egyptian cotton.

The massage table has an easily-cleaned, heavily-padded surface and a face hole that allows you to breathe easily while you are lying face down. We also use an orthopaedic pillow to correct the position of your body.

When you come to us for an hour's Sports Massage, that is exactly what you get: a whole hour of treatment.

If you visit some therapists, saunas or salons your hour's massage treatment will include 5 minutes at the start for getting undressed and onto the massage table, then another 5 or 10 minutes at the end for you to lie there quietly, come back into the real world and get dressed. Not so with us.

Your appointment consists of a whole hour of massage therapy. So please allow longer than an hour for your appointment, especially if it is your first time when we will
ask you to complete a health questionnaire.


What is Sports Massage?

It doesn't matter if you sit at a desk all day, dig the garden at weekends, or play sport at a high level, if you strain a muscle, the nature of the damage to tissues is the same, no matter how it happened.

The Sports Massage - or Deep Tissue Massage - techniques have been developed to ensure effective and efficient results are gained from each massage.

Sports Massage involves manipulating the soft tissues to give you a deep and invigorating massage treatment for muscular and joint aches and pains, while other techniques are used to help smooth out 'knotted' muscles. You certainly know that you have been massaged after a treatment.

A Sports Massage may involve treating your entire body as part of a training routine, or treating a specific area due to a particular muscle strain or injury. It is also used to help with aches and pains.


The Benefits of Sports Massage

When you come to me for an hour's massage, that is exactly what you get: a whole hour of Sports massage. When you go to some therapists, saunas and salons your hour will include 5 minutes at the start for getting undressed and onto the massage table, then another 5 or 10 minutes at the end for you to lie there, come back into the real world and get dressed. Not with us.

Your appointment consists of a whole hour of being massaged. So please allow longer for your appointment, specially if it is your first time here (when we will ask you to complete a health form).

If you routinely push yourself to physical limits, you can benefit from a Sports Massage or Deep Tissue Massage. If you are a sports person, massage can have an enormous impact on your performance; regular treatments can allow you to train to your full potential and recover to the best of your body's ability.

To ensure that your muscles are properly maintained, you should aim to have a good Sports Massage at least once a month and more frequently pre or mid-season.

Muscular tension, stress and fatigue can affect all of us, whether we're athletes, DIY fanatics, gardeners, busy housewives, or stressed executives.

Following energetic activity, you will have experienced soreness, strain, bruising, tightness, pain or weakness in your muscles.

Sports Massage or Deep Tissue Massage can improve the condition of your muscles and alleviate these symptoms.

Clients often report that they feel a greater sense of tranquility and balance after a treatment.


What A Sports Massage Can Do For You:

  • Improve your circulation & lymphatic flow
  • Assist in the removal of your metabolic waste
  • Sedate or stimulate your nerve endings
  • Increase or decrease your muscle tone
  • Increase or decrease your muscle length
  • Re-model your scar tissue
  • Assist the mental preparation for sport
  • Relax your muscles to improve joint stability
  • Stimulate your blood supply allowing toxins in the muscles to be removed
  • Improve your strength, endurance and overall fitness
  • Reduce your risk of injury
  • Improve the alignment of your body to optimize performance and eliminate wear and tear
  • Give your more energy
  • Relieve your pain and make you feel great!

A Sports Massage Can Be Effective For The Following Problems:

  • Neck and shoulder pain or stiffness
  • Back pain or stiffness
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Arthritic pain
  • Sciatica
  • Headaches
  • Sprains and strains
  • Hip pain
  • Knee or ankle pain
  • Sports-specific injuries
  • Muscle flexiblity and mobility
  • Chronic (long-term) muscular aches and pains

If you are a sports performer, at any level, a sports
massage can help you at any of the stages of participation:

  • The conditioning or training phase
  • Pre-competition
  • Inter-competition
  • Post-competition
  • Post-travel
  • Injury prevention
  • Injury recovery

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