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Sports Massage

Session Lengths: 60 min – $99 | 75 min- $120 | 90 min: $135

 +$20 advanced therapist / +$30 expert therapist

Your session will consist of a treatment approached muscular focus on sports injury,  injury prevention, and performance improvement.  Repetitive strain through muscular activity often can result in pain syndrome that is directly caused by muscular tension, structural imbalance and weakness. Your session will consist of a thorough assessment of any current areas of discomfort, postural analysis, and deep tissue massage and friction to address areas of need. Your massage therapist may utilize a variety of techniques and modalities during your session, including cupping, instrument assisted massage therapy,  deep tissue technique, stretch, active assistive release technique, myofascial release, and muscle energy technique. The therapist will work with you on your goals to achieve injury recovery, prevention, and self care maintenance to maximize mobility and performance. 


Benefits of Sports Massage Therapy

  • Performance: Increase flexibility
  • Blood Flow: Blood flow is a necessary requirement for adequate healing to any site of injury or muscular restriction. Providing friction to a site of injury accelerates the body’s natural innate healing process.
  • Pain Relief: Pain management is always our goal. Friction and touch to the site of discomfort can interrupt pain signals, reduce swelling and impacts and the way the client perceives the discomfort.
  • Speeds Recovery: Increases lymphatic flow and removes metabolic waste more efficiently to reduce recovery periods while training.
  • Anti – Aging Longevity: As the body ages, so does our flexibility, recovery time frame, and joint mobility all  impacting our ability to stay as active as we would like in doing the activities we love to do. Preventative care of regular clinical massage can allow for improved longevity.
Close up of Therapist Massaging Lower Back
Massage therapist working on legs

Common conditions we treat

This condition is often described as painful, swollen and a result of overuse in physical performance. Deep tissue friction to the area helps to increase blood flow, reduce scar tissue and adhesions, and speed recovery time.


This condition can be incredibly nagging and uncomfortable. It’s often characterized by a dull or sharp ache in the gluteal region that gets worse often with sitting or positional changes. Deep muscle friction specifically to the low back, gluteal area, and most specifically a muscle called the piriformis is highly effective on reducing the pressure on the sciatic nerve and resulting in pain relief.

Pain in the site of the elbow on the top of the forearm is a common injury we see where there is injury to the elbow attachment. Clients often complain of pain and discomfort with holding a heavy item and with wrist range of motion.  Friction and massage to the forearm muscles help to relieve discomfort and expedited healing around the injury. We see this often with clients who experience injury from weightlifting, pickleball, and tennis. 

Pain surrounding the inside region of the elbow is a common ailment we see that accompanies inflammation and tight muscle tension surrounding the forearm. Friction and massage to this area can help to relieve the strain on the attachment site and expedite healing.

The IT band runs on the outside of the top of the hip to the outside of the knee. Common physical complaints are outside knee discomfort and outside hip pain. Deep friction to this area can significantly improve symptoms to address this condition.

Our feet experience a lot of wear and tear as they work to carry our body. Pain in the underside of the foot and heel is a common complaint we work with. It is often accompanied with tight calves and hips that also need to be addressed to help reduce the strain on the foot tendon. 

Ideal for:

  • Sports Injury and Maintenance
  • Pickleball players
  • Golfers
  • Tennis players
  • Runners
  • Marathoners
  • Triathletes
  • Crossfit 
  • Weightlifters
  • Powerlifters
  • Cyclists
  • Hikers
  • Weekend Warriors
  • Athletes 
  • Sports Enthusiasts
  • Swimmers
  • Equestrian
  • Pre and Post Event Treatment