Sports, Remedial and Deep Tissue Massage

Name: Jambaal Jeng

Email: jambaal@balancesportsmassage.com

Telephone: 07960 740 794

Available: Thursday Afternoon

Please ring or email direct for rates, length of appointment & bookings, or at Kingston Natural Health Centre on 0208 549 8000.

Description of The Treatment

Remedial massage is any sort of massage that seeks to correct, remedy and re-introduce balance to the body’s soft tissue functions.
Sports and remedial massage therapy uses deep tissue and neuromuscular techniques (which re-introduce proper communication between the nervous and musculoskeletal systems) to address niggling aches and pains; caused by injury or long term misuse of muscles.

It takes into consideration a person’s lifestyle, medical history and patterns of body movement to help understand the cause of a client’s problems and tailor treatments to their needs.

Remedial massage is still a growing field in soft tissue therapy and is highly respected and sought after due to its diverse range of tools and techniques that seek to affect the body as a whole by manipulating soft tissue to restore normal functions.

It can be gentle to have a relaxing and therapeutic effect (what is generally referred to as Swedish Massage) or more focused to address specific issues such as chronic aches and pains.

Contrary to popular belief, sports massage isn’t specifically targeted to sports people and it’s remedial techniques have been found beneficial by people from all walks of life.

While I do treat people to aid them in sports performance and during recovery from injury, most of my clients are normal people with jobs and families who are either seeking relief from the stresses of everyday life or from long pain and movement discomfort that is encountered through everyday activities such as sitting at a desk for the best part of a day or ironically, lack of enough physical movement.

Regular treatments help restore the soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments) to their normal function and generally help the body maintain a state of balance.

How can it help?

  • Aids Injury rehabilitation
  • Postural correction
  • Promoting rest and relaxation
  • Tension, aches and pains
  • Tension headaches
  • Back and neck pain
  • Stress and fatigue
  • Back pain during pregnancy
  • Sciatica
  • Compression Syndromes (e.g. carpal tunnel)
  • RSI (Repetive Strain Injuries)