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Runner & Cyclist Legs Massage

Re-generate and restore tired and aching legs! This would be the ideal treatment for you Bristol cyclists and runners, or anyone that stands for long periods of time.

By flushing out the lactic acid from the quadriceps, hamstrings, and calves, this massage helps to soften the muscles, improve the function and quality of movement patterns, shorten recovery time after training, and help reduce and manage injuries.

       Spinal Manipulation

For the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions

It is used to put the tissues at ease (relaxed) or to engage them at their functional limit in order to effect the following:

Treat structural and tissue abnormalities (vertebrae, muscles, myofascial structures, etc.)


Relieve joint restriction and misalignment
Restore muscle and tissue balance
Promote the movement of bodily fluids


Spinal Manipulative techniques for the following spinal sections:

Cervical Thoracic Junction (C7-T1)

Thoracic Spine (T1-T12)

Ribs

Thoracic Lumbar Junction (T12-L1)

Lumbar Spine (L1-S1)

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage therapy that concentrates on rearranging deeper tissue layers of the muscles and connective tissues. Deep tissue massage is especially useful for persistently tense and contracted areas, for example, stiff neck, lower back stiffness and sore shoulders or tired tight legs. 

Sport & Remedial Massage

Looking for a sports massage? There are a number of maintenance issues and injuries that come with being the best at what you do, and sports massage therapy  can help. We can help you prepare for the event of your life, recover from it, or maintain the great shape you are in already. We have help with our sports massage therapy people who train to their best, like:

• Runners
• Cyclists
• Cross Fitters
• Weight Lifters
• Dancers
• Yoga Teachers
• Surfers
• Swimmers and More!

If you can move freely than you can be the best at your game. 

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Holistic Massage

Did you know that massage can work well alongside other complementary therapies? Whether you receive regular treatment for bad circulation, RSI, non-acute arthritis, and rheumatism, sciatica, chronic stress, asthma, depression, anxiety or insomnia, holistic massage can help.

It also aids recovery from previous injuries once the inflammation has gone and can even help boost your immune system!

Back, Neck, & Shouders

Muscle problems most often occur in any combination of back, neck, and shoulder muscles. This treatment is designed to relax and ease tension in these problem areas. It will relieve stress built up for anyone whose upper back and neck hold a lot of tension as a result of lifestyle (such as using that computer at work for hours on end), and it will generally help ease the stress of every day life.

Dry Needling (Medical Acupuncture)

Dry needling, also known as myofascial trigger point dry needling, is the use of either solid filiform needles (also referred to as acupuncture needles) or hollow-core hypodermic needles for therapy of muscle pain, including pain related to myofascial pain syndrome.