Cost for massage therapy:
55 minutes: €60 - with Junior Physiotherapists.
Please see bundle options on Prices page: 5 massage sessions €225 - valid for 12 weeks
Sports massage is a great way to help:
- Prevention of sports injuries
- Maintain and improve the flexibility of your muscles as you train and play sport
- Relieve the stiffness in muscles which occur from over training
- Promotion of healing
- Reduce in the formation of excessive scar tissue following soft tissue injuries
- Optimise your sporting performance.
Sports massages are deep tissue massages. This can be helpful for relieving knots which build up in your muscles from being over worked. Sports massage focuses on the muscles which become over worked due to the type of sport which you are playing. We usually feel muscle stiffness after a long training session and in some cases this can be settled by stretching. However, if you feel that you have on going stiffness from sport it would be advisable to have a sports massage at the clinic with one of our physiotherapists who maybe able to offer you further information about your concern.
Your chartered physiotherapist can offer you advise post treatment as to appropriate stretches you may need to do to help allieviate stiffeness post exercise. The more you maintain good flexibility and core strength the less likely you will suffer with post sport stiffness. So remember to stretch before you train!
Therapeutic massage is an excellent way to help with:
- Relieving muscular aches and pains.
- Help maintain muscle flexibility.
- Decrease stress and tension related conditions such as headaches.
- Reduces anxiety.
- Improvement with posture by reducing tension patterns in muscle that affect posture
- Improve circulation and improve body awareness
- Improve skin elasticity and reduces the appearance of cellulite.
Therapeutic massage involves relaxation of soft tissue and muscles. This type of massage is a gentle and relaxing way to help reduce your aches and pains and help you to rejuvenate and unwind after a long day at work! Therapeutic massage involves gentle to deep massage techniques depending on the needs of each client.Our Chartered physiotherapists find that therapeutic massage is an excellent way to help those who suffer from back and neck pain.
Cranial base release
Cranial base release is ideal for those who suffer with headaches and tension built up from deskwork and prolonged sitting.
The neck and cranial base muscles work in unison to support the head against gravity. Poor posture causes extra tension in these structure and can lead to neck pain, headaches, blurred vision, jaw pain and ear aches. Cranial base release is a gentle to deep form of massage using trigger point pressure to release the cranial base and neck.