Sports Massage in Bath
Located in central Bath, we offer high quality Sports Massage to treat a number of issues.
Sports Massage is a type of Swedish Massage that stimulates circulation of blood and lymph fluids.
It was designed for athletes to help develop and prepare their bodies for optimal performance, recovery and flexibility. However it is useful for anyone with chronic pain, injury or range of motion issues or just general demands of life.
Bath Sports Massage and Rehabilitation
Sports massage is proven to release and reduce tension in muscles, which improves circulation and encourages the removal of lactic acid during high intensity activity.
Sports massage can help promote fast recovery of the muscles and tendons whilst reducing the chance of muscle injury in future.
Sports Massage Benefits
Decrease muscle tightness
Reduce muscular pain
Increase muscle blood flow
Increase lymph flow and the removal of toxins from the muscles
Break down of adhesions and scar tissue
Help prevent future injury
Maintain peak physical health
Get athletes race/event ready
Best Sports Massage in Bath
Hybrid Health Sports Massage has dozens of five star reviews, including many from elite athletes:
"I used Vicky during for sports massage to help manage niggles and to manage an elite sporting competition. As a professional sportsperson I found Vicky to be brilliant, she used a range of different techniques which worked really well based on what I needed that day and I always felt so much better and ready to perform after seeing her! Would highly recommend."
Sports Massage Therapist
Vicky is a fully Chartered Physiotherapist registered with the CSP and HCPC. She is an extremely experienced Physiotherapist, with a wide breadth of knowledge that she has acquired from a variety of settings including; a Musculoskeletal outpatient clinic, private physiotherapy, Rheumatology, and on pitch side.
She is also trained in various massage styles, taping, and treating acute and sporting injuries.
Hybrid Health in Bath will create an individual programme and use of manual therapy such as sports massage, acupuncture or dry cup therapy to help regain movement and function in the injured area, as well as advise on how to prevent those injuries in future.