SPORTS MASSAGE - NOT ONLY FOR ATHLETES...
Sports massage deals with the management, manipulation and rehabilitation of the soft tissues of the body and has many benefits.
But our sports massage is not only for sporty people and sports injuries, but is very much used as a specific treatment of the muscles and soft tissues of the body for anybody!
But for elite athletes a good sports masseur is invaluable to help their sports injuries and performance.
SPORTS MASSAGE IMPROVES TRAINING
- sport massage increases blood flow through the tissues can improve the recovery process allowing the athlete to train more effectively and safely
- sports massage assists the removal of waste products and helps supply the tissues with essential nutrients to aid recovery
- sports massage increases the understanding of the deep tissues, which means advice can be given on specific stretching, training and equipment to help improve performance.
SPORTS MASSAGE PREVENTS INJURY
- imbalances and damage in deep tissues can be detected earlier and potentially corrected before an injury develops.
SPORTS MASSAGE IMPROVES PERFORMANCE
- pre-event sports massage can stimulate circulation, calm nervous tension and help prepare the athlete for optimal performance.
SPORTS MASSAGE IMPROVES SELF AWARENESS
- through deep tissue massage, an athlete can learn to monitor their own condition and adjust their training accordingly.
Our sports masseurs:
Jaqui Agyepong, sports masseur:
Known by many from her Olympic career as a sprint hurdler, where she achieved a Commonwealth Games Silver Medal. She is a much respected masseur, who recently turned down a full time position with a Premiership football club (luckily for this Clinic).
Alan Henderson, sports masseur:
Alan has himself competed at three Olympic Winter Games in the Bobsleigh.
He is a very experienced masseur and looks after sports people, even being sent out to World Championships events to look after the British Junior Athletics Team.
Nusrat Ceesay, sports masseur:
Nusrat is a very popular masseur in the Central London Osteopathy and Sports Injury Clinics and even preparing herself to compete at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in the 400 meter hurdles event. She is very much in demand, and early booking is advisable.
Anna Markee, sports masseur and teacher of sports massage:
Apart from treating at the London Osteopathy and Sports Injury Clinics, Anna is a teacher of sports massage at the London School of Sports Massage, the premier college for sports massage in London.
Her background as a professional dancer gives her a great understanding of the functional body.
Amongst her massage techniques are myofascial release, soft tissue release, neuromuscular technique, muscle energy technique and connective tissue massage.
Claudia Ferreira, sports masseur and acupuncturist:
She competed for Brazil in swimming and has complemented
her massage skills with the full education in acupuncture, so her
treatments are often a combination of both. - she has her own speciality in combining these therapies.
With osteopathy, physiotherapy and sports injury clinics in kings cross and Shoreditch, we are conveniently located for Central London, the City, North, West, South and East London.
Our Pentonville Road clinic is serving Islington, Kings Cross, Euston, St Pancras, Moorgate, West end, Camden, City, Chelsea, Harley Street, Kensington, Knightsbridge and post codes: N1, W1, W2, W8, NW1, WC1, WC2, EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, SE1 for a complete health care. Our Hoxton clinic is serving Shoreditch, City, Hackney, Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street and post codes: EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, E1, E2, N1
Sports masseurs in the City of London
Sports massage and therapeutic massage are important parts of the treatments given in the Central London Osteopathy and Sports Injury Clinics