“Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” – Warren Buffett
Sports Massage, Therapeutic Massage or Deep tissue Massage Prices
30 min $47
45 min $67
60 min $87
90 min $121
available for 5 or 10 session , either 30 min or 60 min.
Terms and Conditions
Sports massage, deep tissue and therapeutic massage times are charged at the same rate.
Massage prices are the same for each treatment style, be that a deep tissue massage, as sports massage or a therapeutic massage. For your first treatment it is a good idea to arrive 10 to 15 minutes before your appointment time to fill out our new client information form, giving us an idea about why you are coming in for your treatment today, including any history of injuries or your sporting interests. Some of your treatment time may be used to discuss your treatment options, advise on follow up and or further treatment.
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Please note that unfortunately we have had to introduce a cancellation fee policy for cancellations of less than 24 hours, due to the fact we have limited availability at popular times and every late cancellation means somebody else misses out. We hope you understand the
full price will be invoiced for no shows or late cancellations (same day).
Which massage is right for me ?
Perhaps the greatest benefit of a sports massage is that it consists of specific components designed to cut down on sports-related injuries. It specifically alleviates muscle tension and inflammation post-event, and provides a warm-up to loosen muscles for amateur and professional athletes alike pre-event. Massage prices vary throughout different establishments and personal recommendations are always best.
All athletes are looking to improve their sports performance, however as the level of training is increased, so is the risk of injury. As an athlete boosts their training schedule, they almost always overuse their muscles, causing strain and minor tears in the soft muscle tissues. Unfortunately most athletes ignore aches and pains until they turn into serious injuries. The more it is ignored; the more susceptible it becomes to further strain and injury.
One way to encourage muscle repair after training is with sports massage. Sports massage will help release any built up tension and lactic acid in the overworked muscles so that blood and oxygen can return to the muscle and effectively promote muscle repair. Sports massage, if received as part of a sports program, can help an athlete prevent injury due to overuse.
In addition to using regular sports massage sessions as part of your sports program, it can also benefit an athlete in the following ways:
Pre-Event Massage – can help athletes prepare for a competitive event. A pre-event massage is brief and invigorating, usually lasting 15-20 minutes. It is given within an hour before the sporting event, even through the clothes to warm up the muscles.
Post-Event Massage should be calming and relaxing. Its goal is to ease muscle pain (by decreasing tension), muscle soreness (by dispersing lactic acid), and to reduce inflammation. A post-event massage should last no more than 15- to 20-minutes, and it should be administered through the athletes clothes. Post-event massages encourage the return of blood and oxygen to tense areas, and they flush out metabolic waste products that have built up during strenuous muscle use.
Deep tissue Massage:
Deep tissue massage is a form of intense massage that aims to release myofascial (connective tissue) restrictions in the body, and to break up any restrictive scar tissue. It has also been known to help relieve chronic tension, to increase the bodys range of motion and to improve posture.Deep tissue massage also restores the length and flexibility to the fascia (the fiberous tissue that surrounds the muscles) by improving the strength and circulation of the fascial system. When chronic knots (also referred to as adhesions) exist within the deep muscle tissue, injured fiberous tissues can cause chronic joint and muscle pain. Deep tissue massage encourages the lymphatic and circulatory systems to release tension and promote the repair of injured tissue. All massage strokes are applied with more pressure in order to stimulate the deeper muscles and surrounding tissues, however the therapist will only massage as deeply as the client is comfortable with. As this is a specialized treatment, massage prices are often higher for this type of treatment.
A relaxation massage is exactly what the name implies: a massage strictly for the purposes of rest and relaxation. It is a smooth, gentle style of massage based on Swedish massage designed to improve circulation, range of movement, relief minor muscle pain, and promote overall relaxation with a series of long, gliding strokes, kneading of the muscles, and vibrational taps.It uses firm, yet calming pressure that improves blood circulation, eases muscle tension, and improves flexibility. It quite literally gives you time, space and opportunity to relax.
If you have any other questions about treatments with us, please do not hesitate to ask or see FAQ.
Is massage good for me ?
There is no denying the positive effects massage can have on the body. Most massage therapists use a variety of techniques during a session, such as energy techniques and stretching, along with traditional massage. The Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami has coordinated more than 100 studies that document the therapeutic effects of massage. One study on massage and back pain found that massage decreased back pain and depression while also improving sleep and range of motion for most joints.
Advance booking is essential, a cancellation fee applies if
cancelled within 24 hrs of the booking.