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Sports Massage

Active in everyday life? Enjoy playing sports? Want to prevent injury, restore mobility and improve performance?

BOOK A SPORTS MASSAGE NOW!

MAKE AN ENQUIRY

Use the code "G20“ for 20% off your first hour long Sports Massage.

To book either call us on 020 8542 7788 and quote code G20 or click here. Book a massage to go straight to our online booking page use the code in the notes section of the booking form to guarantee your discount.

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Our Sports Massage is not only highly effective for sports people or those with a sporting related injury, it is also beneficial for general aches and pains, muscle stiffness and overall body alignment.

If any of these images look familiar to you, try our sports massage today and book in a session by clicking on the link above

 

Our qualified sports massage therapists use a form of deep tissue massage, incorporating different techniques to offer excellent preventative, remedial and relaxation benefits.

What makes our Sports Massage so useful to you?
Well, It helps:
 

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RELIEVE PAIN AND INCREASE FLEXIBILITY

  • Relieve and reduce muscle tension, soreness, aches, and pains
  • Increase flexibility, suppleness, and range of movement
  • Improve postural alignment
 

IMPROVE BODY HEALTH

  • Improve circulation and boost immunity
  • Break down and remove toxins in the body
  • Increase tissue quality and break down scar tissue
 

PROMOTE RELAXATION AND REDUCE STRESS

  • Lower the effects of stress and anxiety
  • Increase energy and reduce fatigue
  • Promote relaxation and good sleep patterns
 

ENHANCE RECOVERY AND PERFORMANCE

  • Prevent injury occurring
  • Promote faster recovery after injury
  • Improve performance and extend your active life
 

If you want to prevent injury, restore mobility and improve performance, call us on 020 8542 7788 to book your Sports Massage or email: enquiries@wimbledonphysio.co.uk

BOOK A SPORTS MASSAGE NOW!

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