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Sports & Remedial Massage

What is Sports & Remedial Massage?


Sports Massage combines classic massage strokes with advanced soft tissue techniques to release tension and restriction in the soft tissues of the body.


We fit the hands on treatment to the person and their symptoms. 

A first session will involve some medical questions and a history of the issue that needs attention. We may also look at posture, movement, strength and stability to help us understand the problem better. That way we can deliver a personal and tailored treatment.​


These are the advanced soft tissue techniques we use. 


  • Muscle Energy Techniques


  • Soft Tissue Release


  • NeuroMuscular  Techniques


  • Myofascial Release 

We have a range of massage and soft tissue techniques that we can use to not only address the current discomfort but also the causes of the problem.


Importantly, all of our clients leave the clinic with a manageable package of home care advice. This may include:


  • mobility or strength exercises to consolidate and progress the changes achieved

  • tips for modifying training or work activities to help manage their condition

  • nutritional advice (prepared by a medical nutritionist)

Who can benefit?

Sports & Remedial Massage is helpful to anyone not just sports people.  Our clients vary in age from 11 to 96 years of age and cover all activity levels from competitive athletes to those with restricted mobility.  


Whether we are treating an injury, discomfort or keeping an injury at bay, our goal is to help you feel better and to be able to move with ease.


We also want you to leave us better informed and empowered to deal more effectively with the issues that may have given rise to your pain or discomfort in the first place.


How can Sports & Remedial Massage help?


  • Reduce muscular pain and stiffness leading to improved flexibility and ease of movement.

  • Calm the sympathetic nervous system, promote deep relaxation and reduce stress.

  • Manage and improve movement and postural dysfuction.

  • Enhance recovery from training, resolve tension and maintain a good range of movement, reducing the risk of injury.

  • Support the healing of injuries and promote the return to full activity.


Common conditions that benefit from Sports & Remedial Massage


  • General aches and pains

  • Muscle soreness from work or sport

  • Lower Back Pain

  • Neck and Shoulder Pain

  • Tension headaches

  • Muscle Strains (i.e. a pulled muscle)

  • Sprained Ankle

  • Repetitive Strain Injury

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Oedema

Package Options

You can pay for your treatment by the hour or you can take advantage of our Package Options 


5 massage sessions - inclusive of Rock Taping and remedial exercise prescription 

£270 (usual price £300)

"Half Marathon"

3 massage sessions - inclusive of Rock Tapeing and remedial exercise prescription          

£162 (usual price £180)

Gift Vouchers

Gift Vouchers are available to purchase for single sessions and packages here


"I first went to see Caroline as I was suffering from constant headaches, lower back pain and issues with my hip.  As soon as I met her she made me feel at ease and made me feel that I mattered.  Within a number of weeks my headaches were under control and my back pain had vanished.  She made some suggestions to help me further and my hip pain is now a thing of the past.  I cannot recommend Caroline highly enough, she gave freedom from pain.  Thank you Caroline!"

Georgina - HR Manager

"@muscle_balance Thank you Caroline! And thanks for the fantastic post race massage. Just what I needed after a tough race and busy season!"

Liam Lloyd - Welsh Triathlete and Winner of the Castle Triathlon Series 2015

"I was very impressed with the massage you gave, so much so that I have recommended you to several people. I think my daughter and her friend are making appointments soon."

Rachel - Opera Singer

"I'd recommend Caroline to anyone - she's helped me soooo much in keeping me pain free whilst marathon training and believe me my legs were in a state when I first started with her!!"

Emma - Distance Runner and Ultra Walker

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