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Deep Tissue & Sports Massage

Deep Tissue and Sports Massage

Deep Tissue Massage focuses on releasing tension in the deeper layers of muscle tissue.

This technique is designed to reach the deep sections of thick muscles, specifically the individual muscle fibres.

Sports Massage is designed to address specific issues, injuries or ailments resulting from sports. It is also very beneficial in preventing injuries. It is recommended that individuals receive a regular massage both before and after playing sports or running a marathon, for example.

Both deep tissue massage and sports massages are vigorous and offer many benefits for active, athletic individuals who exercise regularly and heavily.

The purpose of both Deep Tissue Massage and Sports Massage is to improve recovery from injury, restore muscle function, release deep muscle tension and stimulate the removal of toxins. These types of massage can be beneficial for many physical problems, including sports injuries and chronic pain. Because these styles of massage work very deeply, emotional issues can also be addressed, when these have been stored in the body.

For some individuals, there may be some soreness during or after the massage treatment, but this usually passes after a day or so.


  • releases fatigue

  • relieves swelling

  • reduces muscle tension

  • promotes flexibility

  • treats injuries that occur as a result of overexertion or overuse - e.g. shin splints, tennis elbow, muscular strains & sprains; corked thighs etc.

  • relieves pain and discomfort

  • prevents further injuries

  • improves heart rate and blood pressure

  • increases blood circulation and lymph flow


(02) 9797 0422

66 Ramsay St, Haberfield, NSW, 2045

Cancellation Policy

We understand that sometimes life happens & schedules change. In the event you need to change or cancel your appointment, we ask for the courtesy of at least 24 hours notice so that we can accommodate another person on our standby list.

Cancellations made less than 24 hours prior to the appointment, or "no-shows", will incur a cancellation fee.

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