Massage & Remedial Therapy

Trained by the London School of Sports and Remedial Massage, Turbo Fit's therapist has already helped many people prevent and overcome injuries.  How can we help you? 

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    Sports Massage
    Massage has an increasing profile in sports medicine, offering benefits for all kinds of athletes, from elite swimmers, triathletes, cyclists and footballers, to recreational joggers and weekend warriors. Sports massage is a deeper type of massage that works specifically with sporting injuries and ailments to provide relief and aid rehabilitation. Some of the remedial massage techniques used by our therapist are described below.
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    Myofascial Taping
    Myofascial tape is a thin, stretchy, elastic cotton strip with an acrylic adhesive. This therapeutic tape can benefit a wide variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, plus inflammatory conditions.   At Turbo Fit we like to use Flexotape. Flexotape microscopically lifts the skin away from the muscle and fascia below, which decompresses the area and promotes blood flow.    It is made from 97% cotton and 3% nylon. The adhesive is a hypo-allergenic, acrylic-based and contains no latex.
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    Concierge Competition Massage
    Serious about your competition? Got a big event coming up? If you need to be in the best condition for your event, our therapist will travel with you to your event and provide massage therapy as required to ensure you get the best out of your body. When its tight at the top, the right type of massage pre, post and depending on the event, during could give you the edge you need. Just ask Crossfit Games Competitor, Sean Sweeney, a former Turbo Fit Massage Client and great friend of Turbo Fit. Contact us for a bespoke quote.
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    Corporate Massage
    On site massage is a relaxing technique specifically designed for the workplace. Fully mobile, we can travel to business locations across the South Coast. Popular in the corporate sector and steadily growing in the recent years, corporate massage concentrates on the back, neck and shoulders – the muscles that suffer most from sitting for extended periods. Your professional and knowledgeable therapist is fully qualified and insured, approachable, friendly and well turned out (We're more than happy to wear branded uniforms or T shirts if requested).
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    Relaxation Massage
    Massage has become a necessity rather than a luxury thanks to our increasingly demanding, complex and stressful lives. Treatments vary from a one and a half hour full body massage to a half-hour back, neck and shoulder massage. We recommend 50 minute relaxation sessions, which can produce a profound feeling of well-being.
30 mins - £25
50 mins - £40
50 mins - £40
90 mins - £70
90 mins - £70
Per Joint £15
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 Sport & Remedial Massage Techniques

Remedial Massage is the collective term for the full range of soft-tissue techniques used by therapists to treat medical conditions and injuries. These include myofascial release, deep-tissue massage, postural taping, cupping, sports massage, dry needling, kinesso taping, and trigger-point therapy.  Some of them that may be used by our therapist are described below.
    
Deep-Tissue Massage

Deep-Tissue Massage concentrates on deeper seated, and often more long-term, chronic problems of the soft tissue, such as static and postural muscles. The treatment is generally deeper (stronger), and can at times create some discomfort. Clients typically describe this as “good pain” and the results often produce longer lasting relief from pain and discomfort.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release concentrates on the fascia of the muscle; this glossy muscle casing is denser and more rigid than muscle tissue, and can often inhibit mobility. Restricted fascia is commonly the result of acute and/or overuse injury.  The treatment of fascia is different from traditional muscle-focused strokes; it is a slow, deep technique and little oil is used. The treatment aims to elongate the fascial sheet with guided motion and deep, targeted pressure.  Men tend to more commonly suffer from restricted fascia, particularly those who engage in heavy weights training and elite swimming. See also Trigger-Point Therapy.
    
Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger-Point Therapy is a treatment specifically targeting painful or hyper-irritable points in muscular tissue, using press-and-release methods.  Such points can occur anywhere in the body, but commonly develop in the neck and shoulder regions of long-term computer users, or as a result of heavy running training. Untreated trigger points can develop into more serious conditions, such as shin splints and compartment syndrome.