Sports and remedial massage is a great tool to help treat and soothe low level injuries and tired muscles related to activity and exercise. Our team of highly trained practitioners can offer a variety of techniques designed to help prevent injuries occurring or to assist in the treatment of injury.

Sports or remedial massage is a form of manual therapy which is geared toward participants in sports and athletics primarily but can also be helpful to all. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help people recover from workouts and injuries. Pure Sports massage has three basic forms: pre-event massage, post-event massage, and maintenance massage.

Deep tissue massage focuses on the soft tissues that surround the skeletal structure. By that definition it goes beyond the standard ‘holistic’ massage (which is relaxing and normally non-specific) and will focus on specific pain and injury.

Massage stimulates circulation and aids lymphatic drainage promoting faster healing as well as improving overall well-being. Working at both an emotional and neurological level, massage stimulates the brain to release muscle tension and allow the body to relax and restoring balance.

Our practitioners will tailor your session to meet your needs and help you achieve the results you want, be that exercise goals or simply better health.

Our team

Natalie Riches: Natalie graduated from Loughborough University with a BSc (Hons) in Human Biology before forging a successful career in marketing. But, with a passion for sport, exercise and health, Natalie has since gone on to qualify as a Level 3 Sports Massage Therapist and is currently undertaking a further degree to become an Osteopath, She is also a qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer with additional diplomas in kinesiology taping and dry needling.

Zoltan Zavody: Zoltan is a fully qualified Clinical Massage Therapist (BTEC Level 5), trained at the London School of Sports Massage (LSSM). He came to massage through exploring and slowly resolving injuries of his own, which could not seem to be shifted through simple stretching, exercise regimes, physiotherapy, or various other treatments.