sports and deep tissue massage

Deep tissue massages and sports massages now available at our Sevenoaks clinic

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Rest and relax with a deep tissue or sports massage in our comfortable clinic in the heart of Sevenoaks. Our qualified and experienced massage therapists will help relieve muscle tension. Perfect post exercise.

Call 01732 449411 to find out more about recovery massage
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An incredible experience. A warm welcome, thoroughly professional and most of all, has helped me as I look to run every day for three years

Steve Wolfe, Facebook review

Friendly staff , modern and clean facilities. Highly recommend to experience it .

Philippe Lourdjane,  Facebook review

Really not as cold as I thought it would feel, music playing, you can dance and move around as you wish! A very different evening was had x

Andrea Kerrigan, Facebook review

Me and my son came yesterday. And i was really nervous. I was put at ease. The staff were wonderful. And i dont know what i was worried about. It was fine. I felt great after and slept so well that night. We are coming back again.

Dawny Dawn, Facebook review

The thought of standing in a freezer for 3 minutes at -85 is terrifying BUT in reality it is manageable and the euphoria you experience afterwards is like you have had a good workout 

Polly Weir, Facebook review

I had my first experience of the cryo chamber yesterday and I was very nervous when i arrived but the staff immediately put my mind at rest with their knowledge and were very friendly. I’ve already paid for another 3 sessions so I’ll definately be back!

Kelly Keogh, Facebook review

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Q. What is the difference between Deep Tissue and Sports Massage?
The main difference is that a Sports massage is going to target the specific areas that you need the therapist to work on, either an injury or area of tension. This is established in the consultation.

Q. Will it be painful?
During the treatment there can be some tenderness, especially if it’s your first treatment. The therapist wants to work within your pain threshold and the idea is not to cause unnecessary pain. They will communicate with you throughout your treatment.

Q. Will it feel painful later or the next day?
Everyone is different. If the correct pressure has been applied it is common to feel sore or tender, partly the therapist has been breaking down toxins in the muscles. Sports massage is a passive form of exercise for the muscles so it can feel like you have had a tough work out at the gym.

Q. What should I do after a deep tissue massage?
Hydrate – Straight after your massage you should increase you water intake, even if you are already good at hydrating, still increase your intake! This will aid the lymphatic system and encourage toxins to leave the body.

Bathe – Having a warm bath after a massage will help the muscles relax and ease post massage aches and pains. It also opens the blood vessels, which increases blood flow further encouraging the recovery of muscles.

Light Stretching – You should avoid any strenuous exercise or training sessions after the massage. But some light stretching can help the lymph system to clear out toxins, as well as help realign the muscle fibres. Especially in areas that were highlighted as tight during your treatment.

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