Tense, tight, muscles call for a massage. In the right hands your aches and pains can be massaged away within minutes. If you can’t seem to kick sore shoulders and aching joints, you need to get yourself to a massage salon, asap.
We offer the following types of massage:
- SWEDISH MASSAGE
- DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
- SPORTS MASSAGE
You can choose from 30/45/60/90 min duration.
Our massage therapists are available only on Sundays.
When it comes to stretching, even the most diligent of gym bunnies are bound to run into the odd muscle pain from time to time. Whether you favour high intensity exercise or the lighter exertion of yoga, all that working up a sweat can get your limbs and ligaments seriously knotted up. The solution? Deep Tissue and Sports Massage
HERE ARE 4 WAYS MASSAGE WILL BOOST YOUR WORKOUT
- It can make you more flexible
Sports massage uses strong pressure to get right into problem areas deep within your muscles. By giving them a really good stretch, it helps lengthen the fibres. This will help your muscles relax, giving you better range of movement and improved flexibility. If you want to be the yoga teacher’s pet, start here.
- It shortens your recovery
We’re all for an excuse to lie around on the sofa for a few days after pulling a muscle, but the guilt slowly creeps in. A sports massage can get you back in the gym more quickly. When your therapist works your muscles, it opens up pores in deep tissue membranes. This helps get rid of built-up lactic acid and lets fresh oxygen and nutrients in, which speeds up recovery.
- It stops injury in its tracks
Men’s Sports massage increases the elasticity of your muscles and can heal damaged tissue. When you’re relaxed, you have a better range of motion, which reduces the chance of getting injured. A lesson we love to preach (even if we’ve not quite learned it yet): prevention is better than cure.
- It can improve your endurance
If your workout has left you scared to sit down, we feel your pain. Getting a massage a day or two before a fitness class increases blood flow across your whole body. Extra oxygen flow can stop you getting out of breath so quickly. Just know when to stop in the spin class next time.