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Yoga therapy, Soft tissue therapy, Sports & remedial massage, Kinesiology taping & Coaching 

soft tissue therapy

A range of massage treatments for sports injuries & injury recuperation together with relaxation.

ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT

The main objective of Soft Tissue Therapy is to enable assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries irrelevant if they have been caused by a sporting activity or by postural and occupational origins.


Soft tissue therapy helps alleviate the soft tissue discomfort associated with every day and occupational stresses, muscular over-use and many chronic pain conditions. This is achieved through massage and other techniques such as Muscle Energy Technique and Soft Tissue Release.


RELAXES MUSCLES

A soft tissue massage is a specific type of massage which:
◾aids in relaxing muscles,
◾increases blood circulation and lymph flow,
◾improves the healing time of strained ligaments and muscular tissue,
◾reduces the inflammation of joints and heart rate,
◾improves range of motion and joint flexibility,
◾increases endorphins,
◾strengthens the immune system,
◾decreases muscle spasms,
◾improves oxygen flow,
◾helps to relieve muscle tension
◾Enhance athletic performance (Sports Massage)

ALLEVIATE SOFT TISSUE PAIN

Soft tissue therapy helps alleviate the soft tissue discomfort associated with every day and occupational stresses, muscular over-use and many chronic pain conditions. If you have been diagnosed with chronic low back pain, breathing pattern disorder (e.g. asthma) or have sustained an injury, I can help.


Soft tissue massage also has a wide variety of potential mental health benefits, including the ability to induce a very relaxed state of mind, enhance efficiency and problem-solving ability by improving brain alpha-beta wave correspondence or protect memory by lowering the stress hormones that attack the hippocampus.



Also, as a Yoga Therapist I am able to suggest some simple rehabilitation exercises you can do at home to support the treatment. 

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