Do you know all the surprising health benefits of getting a massage?

Trained sports massage therapist and fitness coach offering massage, pregnancy, post-natal, pelvic floor and core health fitness classes.

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Charlotte Lune, Women's Massage Therapist and Restorative Fitness Coach

Unwind and rejuvenate at a massage appointment

Massage helps rejuvenate and relax tired and painful muscles, focusing on releasing muscle tension, lengthening short muscles, rehabilitating muscles back to a comfortable state, and improving posture and alignment.

It promotes flexibility, reduces fatigue, improves endurance and helps prevent and recover from soft tissue injuries. Massage can reduce pain, discomfort and you will get the knowledge and exercises to help you continue to look after your body. I use a variety of techniques including soft tissue release, muscle energy technique and trigger point therapy.

I offer a range of massage appointments depending on your needs, from general aches and pains, pregnancy, diastases relief and specific postnatal recovery support. I also provide taping, fascia work, and scar tissue work.

Relieves Aches, Pains and Stress

Research has shown that massage has a relaxing and rejuvenating effect. A massage does not just relax your body, muscles and connective tissue, but it also relaxes your mind.

Improve Posture

Remedial massage techniques help to improve posture. You will be given rehabilitation exercises to compliment your treatments and strengthen weak areas.

Postnatal Recovery

Getting a massage after the birth of your baby

The whole process of childbirth is a huge strain on the body, particularly your abdomen, lower back and hips. Your upper back might also be sore if you are breastfeeding and not using a suitable position. Massage helps to increase the flow of blood and oxygen to your muscles, helps with posture and aids relaxation.

Injury Prevention

Regular treatment can ease off tense and over/underused muscles to avoid the risk of injury.

Improve Range of Movement

By breaking down adhesion’s, scar tissue and working on posture and movement, massage can improve range of movement, which will have a great benefit on every day life.

Aids Recovery

Massage helps speed up recovery of muscles by increasing the flow of blood and oxygen and draining muscle waste improving circulation.

Pre/Post Surgery

The improved blood flow, improved lymph drainage, and relaxed muscles help prepare the body for the trauma of surgery and some believe that post-surgical pain is lessened by massage.

Reduce Scarring

We all have scars, either externally or internally, and massage can help with both. Not to say massage can make either disappear but it can help make the scar less painful, and can help with any physical imbalances caused by the scar.

Massage appointments at my studio in Fishponds, Bristol

I use a variety of techniques including soft tissue release, muscle energy technique and trigger point therapy for you to get a treatment specific to your needs. I have a specialised massage studio in Fishponds, Bristol where I treat clients.

In the first treatment we will spend some time discovering what your specific needs and aims are from the treatment, before creating a treatment plan that will address your individual issues. By combining my expertise in movement, exercise and sports massage, we will create an entirely bespoke treatment, along with a homecare prescription to help you make the most of your massage.

Book a massage treatment

If you have never had a treatment with me before, please get in touch to find out which appointment is suitable for you or book in for an initial appointment to discuss your needs.

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Do you find yourself longing for a sense of direction and purpose, but constantly held back by your own limiting beliefs?

Contact me for a free consultation to discuss your needs, book in for a massage or find out about my current courses and classes.