£85/90 min
Free your body
Free your mind

Recommended for you if you...

  • You are a 24/7-connected person and need to get loose after too much stress.
  • You sit at a desk for long periods of time, or work on low work surfaces

Treatment explanation

Both deep tissue and sports massage fall within the rehabilitative therapy category. The strokes and techniques used during a deep tissue and a sports massage are fairly similar, with the use of circular movements, kneading, tapping and vibrations being consistent across both. In deep tissue massage the therapist uses firm pressure to manipulate the deeper tissues of the body, including the muscles. Deep tissue massage tends not to focus on a specific injury or one particular area of the body, instead being administered as a full body massage or focused on lower limbs or the upper body. This very dynamic treatment ensures a total stress and fatigue release that alleviates and works preventively against contractures and injuries, reduces recovery time, improves range of motion and strength performance and increases endurance. Ready to drive your next achievement? IMPORTANT NOTE: Our deep tissue massage uses dynamic connective tissue and stretching techniques. For aesthetic protection we recommend you to wear short sport pants and, in the case of women also a sports top. When the massage begins, your massage therapist usually starts with lighter pressure to warm up your muscles and then works into deeper pressure.

Treatment benefits

  • Breaks up scar tissue and breaks down muscle adhesions (“knots”) which can inhibit our circulation and cause pain and inflammation
  • Boosts circulation of oxygen rich blood, vital energy (qi) and lymph flow
  • Releases built-up muscle pain, tension, soreness and stiffness
  • Reduces stress and fatigue and the build of toxins
  • Restores the physiological balance in the muscles and joints and improves their function
  • Removes blockages caused by incorrect movements
  • Improves flexibility and agility
  • Works preventively against contractures and injuries
  • Shortens and improves recovery
  • Improves range of motion and strength performance and increases endurance
  • Restores drained minerals and electrolytes


  • Pregnancy
  • Varicose veins
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Injuries to various tissue types
  • Heart conditions
  • Pneumonia
  • Open wounds
  • Recent surgery
  • Thrombosis
  • Sun burned skin
  • Alcohol in the system