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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage, whilst having its roots in Ancient traditional therapies, uses techniques similar to Swedish massage but going deeper into the muscles then most other forms of massage. It targets the deep tissue structure of the muscles and fascia, known as connective tissue. Its techniques were developed by a Canadian physiotherapist in order to treat patients suffering with paralysis.

The technique involves applying pressure and friction across and along muscle fibres to release muscles tension and improve circulation, and thereby relieving pain, including chronic pain. The technique focuses on the specific are where pain arises.

Deep Tissue Massage is suitable for people with the following conditions:

A half hour treatment costs £45
A one hour treatment costs £60