Deep-Tissue Sports Massage With Posture Analysis and Taping for £19.50 at Swedish Body Massage (72% Off)
- Wide range of massages and treatments available
- Established in 2002
- Leek Wootton location
- Up to one-hour deep-tissue sports massage
- Up to ten-minute posture analysis with taping
- Suitable for a wide range of athletic and non-athletic discomforts
Limit 1 per person. May buy 5 as gifts. Booking required by phone, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. 48-hour cancellation policy. Under-18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Valid Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm. If 15 minutes or more late for appointment, Groupon will be void. Taping provided only if likely to be beneficial. Original values verified 6 July 2012 at 11.54am.
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Like a fisherman, a sports therapist should have strong hands, know how to unravel knots, and be good at handling slippery bodies. Reel in some healing with today's Groupon: £19.50 for a deep-tissue sports massage plus posture analysis and taping at Swedish Body Massage.
Track racers and rat racers alike are kept in contention by the muscle mastery of Swedish Body Massage, where for the last ten years the experienced practitioners have applied healing hands to all manner of aches and strains. Using a broad range of techniques the team offers muscular taping alongside bamboo massages and posture analysis. When not working at their base in Leek Wootton, the therapists are on the move offering mobile services at sports events, conferences, and seminars.
A deep-tissue sports massage lasting up to one hour will see the therapist knuckle down to work over achy frames as he or she seeks to release tension from weary muscles. Sports massage is designed to keep the body functioning at its optimal level, helping to restore mobility to injured muscle tissue. A postural analysis is also included, as well as taping of muscles that need some extra support, if this likely to be beneficial. Using Rocktape, the treatment is designed to support muscles and constrain their movement to aid recovery from injuries and help assuage postural problems.