Sports Massage in Central London

Rebalance are pleased to offer sports massage in Central London from the Rambert building, located near Waterloo station and the National Theatre in London SE1.

What is Sports Massage?

Sports Massage is a manual therapy which is suitable for a wide range of people, not just active sports people, or those in training but also those who have stress and soreness from busy daily activities. Sports Massage is extremely effective in loosening tight muscles and breaking up adhesions or knots in muscle fibres. It is based on the philosophy that direct techniques can reduce pain, enhance healing and restore and/or maintain optimum muscle function.

Sports Massage techniques

The techniques used by your therapist will be tailored to you,  your activities, symptoms and preferences. Your treatment may include:

  • Deep tissue massage

  • Stretching

  • Trigger point compression

  • Soft tissue release

  • Neuromuscular technique

  • Medical acupuncture

  • Kinesio taping

Sports Massage is ideal for the active or sports person and can be incorporated into part of your long term training programme. It can reduce soreness, and help improve your physical performance and flexibility. It aids in the healing of sprains and injuries and can help your recovery following a sporting event.  

Sports Massage is also perfectly suited to treat muscle pain and soreness suffered by those in an office environment, sitting in the same position for long periods or carrying out repetitive tasks. It can loosen areas of stiffness and revitalise aching limbs.

Medical Acupuncture is also offered as an adjunct treatment for the relief of pain. It is particularly effective for pain arising from tissue injury and joint and muscle pain.

Location of our London sport massage services

Sport massage is available from Rebalance Clinic at RAMBERT, 99 Upper Ground, The South Bank, London SE1 9PP. This is located near Waterloo Station (behind The National Theatre). Click here for map.

More questions?

Take a look at our FAQs, call us on 020 7127 8127 or send us your query via email or our contact us form.