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  • What are the benefits of massage therapy?
    Relieves muscle tension and pain, improves circulation, reduce stress and anxiety, enhances immune function, promotes better sleep, improves range of motion and flexibility, aids in injury recovery, alleviates headaches and migraines, improves posture, enhances mood and well-being. To name a few!
  • What types of massage do you offer?
    Here at ES Sports care we offer: - Sports massage - Deep Tissue - Lymphatic Drainage - Pregnancy massage - Indian Head Massage
  • What areas do I cover?
    Mobile areas covered: I cover a 10 mile radius from DE13 8RY. - Weston Upon Trent - Milford - Rugeley - Cannock - Fradley - Barton Upon Needwood - Bretby - Repton - Etwall - Longford And everything in between...
  • How often should I get a massage?
    The frequency of massage therapy sessions depends on various factors, including individual needs, health goals, lifestyle, and budget. In general, receiving massage therapy on a regular basis can help maximize the benefits and maintain overall health and well-being. However, the optimal frequency of sessions can vary from person to person. It's essential to listen to your body, communicate with your massage therapist, and adjust the frequency of sessions as needed to support your health goals.
  • What should I expect during my session?
    You will discuss your reasons for seeking massage therapy, any specific areas of concern or discomfort, and your health goals. This consultation helps the therapist customise the massage session to meet your needs effectively. Your massage therapist will then provide you with privacy to undress to your comfort level and lie down on the massage table. You'll be covered with a sheet or towel, with only the area being worked on exposed. Based on your consultation and preferences, we will select appropriate massage techniques to address your concerns. Throughout the session, we will use various techniques to manipulate your muscles and soft tissues. We may use hands, fingers, elbows, forearms, or specialised tools to apply pressure and promote relaxation, relieve tension, and alleviate pain. It's important to communicate with your massage therapist during the session. If the pressure is too light or too intense, or if you experience discomfort in any areas, don't hesitate to speak up. After the massage session is complete, your therapist will leave the room to allow you to redress in privacy. They may provide recommendations for post-massage care, such as drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated, avoiding strenuous activity, and scheduling follow-up appointments if needed.
  • Can I request a specific focus area for massage?
    Open communication is key. Let your massage therapist know at the beginning of the session which areas you would like to focus on. This could include specific muscle groups, regions of pain or tension, or areas that require special attention due to injury or discomfort.
  • How can I prepare for my massage session?
    Take a shower or bath before your massage session to ensure cleanliness and freshness. This will help you feel more comfortable during the massage and ensure that your skin is clean for the therapist. Try not to eat a large meal immediately before your massage session, as it may make you feel uncomfortable or bloated during the treatment. Opt for a light meal or snack instead. Drink plenty of water before and after your massage session to stay hydrated. Hydration is essential for optimal muscle function and recovery.
  • What can I do after the session to maximise the benefits?
    Drink plenty of water after your massage session to help flush out toxins and rehydrate your body. Massage therapy can release toxins stored in your muscles, and staying hydrated will aid in their elimination. Allow yourself some time to rest and relax after your massage session. Avoid strenuous activities or stressful situations immediately following the massage to give your body time to fully absorb the benefits of the treatment. Incorporate gentle stretching exercises into your post-massage routine to help maintain flexibility and prevent muscle tightness. Your massage therapist may also recommend specific stretches based on your individual needs. Pay attention to how your body feels after the massage session. If you notice any areas of tension or discomfort, take note of them and communicate with your massage therapist during your next session. To maximise the long-term benefits of massage therapy, consider scheduling regular sessions with your massage therapist. Consistency is key to addressing chronic issues, preventing injuries, and maintaining overall well-being.
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