In need of a Sports Massage Brisbane Therapist?
If you are looking for a Massage Clinic that is based in the CBD, read on.
Over the years we have worked with many sports team, athletes, gym goers and weekend warriors and there are always themes that present themselves.
There are themes that present areas:
- Tight and stiff, need more flexibility and mobility
- Pain, trauma associated injuries, eg. rolled my ankle
- Biomechanical issues, eg. hip pain when I run
- And a combination of the above.
No matter the circumstance the approach is the same.
The treatment starts with a thorough assessment, where your movement patterns are assessed, imbalances and compensations are identified and your goals understood.
It is really important that we get to know you and your specific story, understand your needs and wants and get to the root of the problem.
Sports Massage Brisbane or Remedial Massage?
What is the difference between Sports Massage and Remedial Massage?
To be honest, the terms are interchangeable, and depending on who you are talking to, could be different
The point is the same, you have an issue, we work out what is going on and then come up with a plan to solve the problem.
With all the athletes and sports people that I have seen over the years, they all typically have two arms and two legs, compensation patterns, imbalances, biomechanical dysfunctions of one or the other.
How I tailor a sports massage is specific to the individual, everyone is assessed case by case, and we work toward a relevant goal, to get the result.
Sports Massage Brisbane Clinics are popping up everywhere at the moment before you choose I encourage you to do your homework.
- Do they conduct a thorough assessment
- Do they have good reviews, check google
- Are they qualified?
- If you have any questions, send an email or call.
If you are looking for a Sports Massage Brisbane Clinic, and have any questions, feel free to send a email, we would be happy to help.
Is Sports Massage Myofascial Release?
Sports Massage utilizes Myofascial Release as a technique, more about Myofascial Release:
Myofascial Release works the connective tissue of the body with the goal to reduce pain and improve mobility (range of movement).
Myofascial Release is safe and effective to remove myofascial restrictions in the connective tissue.
Swedish Massage is a popular form of Massage that most people think of when they think of Massage.
It is best known for its relaxing, long gliding strokes.
It has been shown in numerous studies to reduce stress levels, decreasing cortisol levels hence lowering stress.
It is great for improving circulation in the body, and promoting the flow of lymph.
If you would like to know more about Swedish Massage click here