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  • by BMC
  • April 23, 2015


    Sports massage focuses on the individual need of the athlete and is used before, during, and after athletic events.

    The purpose of sports massage is to prepare the athlete for peak performance. It alleviates muscle stress and tension, relieves swelling, drains away fatigue, promotes flexibility and prevents injury.

    Aiding recovery and enhancing performance, whether you are an athlete or an occasional sports person, sports massage helps you perform to the best of your ability.

    How Sports Massage Differs From Other Types of Massage:

    Continued overuse of the body which occurs from systematically increasing levels of training can cause minor injuries and lesions, causing imbalances in the soft tissues.

    Massage has been used for many years as a healing therapy and benefits the body as a whole in a number of ways.

    Sports massage works predominantly to alleviate the build up of stress and tension which occurs in the soft tissues of the body during physical activity. The approach may differ depending on the area of concern to be addressed.

    Depending on the athlete’s need, the technique may involve a blend of Swedish massage and shiatsu.

    Why Have a Sports Massage?

    Massage is now considered an integral part of most professional athletics regimes. Sport coaches and high performing athletes alike are of the belief that massage provides an extra edge.

    Including regular sports massage into your conditioning program can have physiological and psychological benefits resulting in improved power and performance

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