Also known as 'Weymouth Pilates', 'Pilates Weymouth' and 'Pilates Centre Weymouth'
Directed by Jenny Glover
The White House, Chapel Lane, Upwey, Weymouth. DT3 5NA
Incorporating Massage into your conditioning program has many benefits:
•It helps you get into shape faster with less stiffness and soreness.
•Relieves conditions that may cause injury.
Reduces the chance of injury.
•Improves range of motion and flexibility.
•Shortens recovery time between workouts
•Maximises the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the body.
•Enhances the elimination of metabolic by-products of exercise.
Q. How Long does it take?
A. This will depend on the area to be worked on, but generally each appointment will last approximately 1 hour. Further appointments may be necessary
Q. Who is it for?
A. Sports Massage works on many levels and each client is seen individually with massages tailored to their needs. It can benefit not just sports men and women, but is also suitable for office workers and those leading a more sedentary lifestyle. Massage prevents and aids recovery from injury, promotes faster recovery after training and maintains a healthy musculoskeletal system.
Sometimes men who are new to massage are more comfortable getting a sports massage because it sounds more masculine. That's fine, even if they don't have an injury
Q. What is Sports Massage ?
A. Sports massage is a type of Swedish massage that stimulates circulation of the blood and the lymph fluids.
Q. When Should I Get A Sports Massage?
A. A Sports Massage is a good choice if you have a specific problem eg- a tender knee from running.
A SportsTherapist is trained to identify and correct the movement pattern that might be causing your injury in the first place. You will be assessed and asked to fill out some forms so that the therapist can provide the best possible treatment for your injury.
For more detail on how a Sports massage benefits the client please click the link below.