Massage at SBR Sport.

I spend a fair portion of my day doing myofascia relase. The word, ‘Myo’ means muscle and the word, ‘Fascia’ speaks of the tissue that surrounds the muscle. Releasing both together can have a profound effect in injury recovery and rebalancing a body.

Questions.

sbr back room

1. Why massage?

Athletes put their bodies under immense stresses. Massage was developed to keep the body working efficiently and to aid in working out certain injuries. A  massage can help in the following:
– to get your body ready and relaxed for an upcoming race.
– remove areas of tension that result from training.
– recover more quickly after races.
– help the body cope with stress and trauma.
– help rebalance the body
– improve immune system functioning
– reduce headaches
– by targeting specific areas you can accelerate injury recovery.

2.How often should I get one?

Your average weekend warrior who also trains a couple of times during the week, would do well to get a massage at least once every 6 weeks.
More serious athletes should look at a massage every second week.
People with injuries should go more often.
The key word here is consistency.

  1. How much does this cost?

Please go to the pricing list for details.

  1. How do I book?

Give us a call on 011 024 2969 – times are versatile.

I am certified in sports massage, deep tissue work and cranial – sacral therapy.

Regards,

Mike Roscoe.
Kinesiologist.

Mike Roscoe

About sbrsport

SBR Sport specialises in Swimming, Biking and Running. On the medical side we are able to do intensive bike setups, leg assessments and soft tissue release. Follow us on twitter - www.twitter.com/swimbikerunshop and/or facebook - www.facebook.com/sbrsport.
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