60 Minutes - $95
90 Minutes - $135
Sports massage has become an integral part of new athletic regimen from sports medicine clinics, to college training rooms, to professional locker rooms to Olympic training. Growing number of trainers believe that massage can provide an extra edge to the athletes who participate in high-performance sports. Massage has become a necessary ingredient for a complete workout. More and more people are realizing that a complete workout routine includes not only the exercise itself but also caring for the wear-and-tear and minor injuries that naturally occur with strenuous movement.
Anyone who routinely stretches their physical limits through movement such as running, cycling, hiking, swimming, dancing, tennis and other racquet sports, strength and aerobics can benefit from a massage.
Incorporating massage in your conditioning program has many benefits:
It helps you get into good shape faster, and with less stiffness and soreness
It helps you recover faster from heavy workouts
Reduce the chance of injury, through proper stretching and event preparation, and through deep tissue massage.
Improve range of motion and muscle flexibility, resulting in improved power and performance
Maximize the supply of nutrients and oxygen through increased blood flow
Enhance the elimination of metabolic by-products of exercise.
In addition to general recovery, massage may also focus on specific muscles used in a sport or fitness activity. For example, areas of greater stress for runners and dancers are in the legs, for swimmers in the upper body, for tennis players in the arms. These areas are more likely to be tight, lose flexibility, and develop trigger points.
If you want to compete at the top of your game, sports massage is an essential part of your self-care and routine maintenance.