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Remedial Massage Therapy


Remedial massage aims to treat muscles that are knotted, tense or immobile. It's useful for problems that affect tendons and/or tissue around the back, neck, head, sacral, hip, or leg region to address a specific area of pain or imbalance. The pressure applied can be strong and deep, used to activate and/or repair damaged areas of the body to speed up the body’s healing process.

Remedial massage is a therapeutic massage technique that aims to alleviate pain and dysfunction in the body. Remedial massage is often used to treat chronic pain, sports injuries, and other conditions that cause discomfort and restricted movement. During a remedial massage session, the therapist will assess the client's condition and target specific areas of the body. The therapist may use a variety of techniques, such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and stretching, to address the underlying cause of the client's pain or dysfunction.


  • Releases muscle tension & bodily aches/pains

  • Improves posture & alignment

  • Treats specific areas of tension for pain management

  • Reduces stress & alleviates stress from the body

  • Stimulates blood supply & promotes natural muscle recovery

  • Improves mobility & make joints more mobile

  • Helps repair damaged body tissues

  • Alleviates sore muscle & reduces physical pain

  • Releases muscle tension & bodily aches/pain

  • Reduces headaches, migraines & stress tension

One of the primary benefits of remedial massage is pain relief. The massage therapist will work to release tension in the muscles and soft tissues, which can help to alleviate pain and improve range of motion. This is particularly beneficial for clients who suffer from chronic pain conditions, such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, or back pain.

Remedial massage is also an effective treatment for sports injuries. Athletes who engage in high-impact activities are at risk of developing a range of injuries, such as sprains, strains, and overuse injuries. Remedial massage can help to speed up the healing process by reducing inflammation, improving circulation, and promoting the growth of new tissue.

Another benefit of remedial massage is that it can improve posture and alignment. Poor posture can lead to a range of problems, such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches. Remedial massage can help to release tension in the muscles that support good posture, which can improve alignment and reduce pain and discomfort.


Overall, remedial massage is a valuable therapy for anyone who wants to improve their physical health and well-being. Whether you suffer from chronic pain, sports injuries, or just want to improve your posture and overall health, remedial massage can provide a safe and effective treatment option. 

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