Deep Tissue Massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissues and the inner sections of thick muscles. It targets the release of tension in your muscles via strong pressure and slow strokes.
This type of massage is recommended for individuals who experience pain from a single area. It is normal to experience soreness after a deep tissue massage for a day or two.
People opt for this type of massage when they are trying to release tension or soreness in a a muscle or a group of muscle.
It is very helpful for golfers and athletes trying to loosen muscle, relieve pain and improve flexibility.
Deep tissue massage can help with other pains and aches such as: muscle cramps, firbromyalgia, swelling, incorrrect posture and relaxation. The strong pressure that is applied during a deep tissue massage improves circulation and helps reduce swelling.
A deep tissue massage should be considered to alleviate chronic pain, improve blood flow and help with deep muscle discomfort. A deep tissue massage is not for everyone. If you are unable to tolerate intense pressure, you may opt for a Swedish massage which incorporates less pressure.
It is recommended that you drink plenty of water before and after your deep tissue massage. A hot bath has also been known to be beneficial after a deep tissue massage.
Appointment Types and Prices
Full Body – 75 mins – £60
Back/Neck/Shoulders – 45mins – £40
Back/Neck/Shoulders – 60mins – £50
Back/Neck/Shoulders/Legs – 60mins – £50