30, 60 or 90 minute Sports massage treatment sessions available

Sports massage is the use of specific therapy techniques in an athletic context to improve recovery time, enhance performance and reduce the risk of injury. This is accomplished using techniques that stimulate the flow of blood and lymph to and from muscles. Sports massage is often delivered before or after physical activity depending on the subject's needs, preferences and goals.

Is Sports Massage the right treatment for me?

Sports Massage refers to a broad approach to massage therapy rather than a specific type of massage for athletes. Although it was created to help improve sporting achievement and reduce any pain and injury caused from participation, its results-oriented method makes it highly effective for anyone, particularly those intending to increase flexibility, alleviate tight or tender muscles, or tackle postural or related pain.

Runners, cyclists, golfers, footballers, cricketers, as well as DIY and gardening enthusiasts, busy parents, those on their feet, or spending all day at a desk, anyone can benefit from Sports Massage.

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  • 30 minute appointment £33
  • 60 minute appointment £44
  • 90 minute appointment £60

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Block booking discount

Book a block of treatment and save - ideal for those training for an event, or those who like to get organised well in advance!

5 x 30 minute appointments£148.00 (£29.60 per massage)Book now
5 x 1 hour appointments£198.00 (£39.60 per massage)Book now
5 x 90 minute appointments£270.00 (£54.00 per massage)Book now

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The Sports Therapy Association promotes excellence and high standards in therapy education and practice.

Hannah is a fully insured member, so you can book with confidence.

About your practitioner

Hi, I’m Hannah, a level 4 sports massage and soft tissue therapist, mum, dog-mum, and runner. I’m also qualified in hot and cold stone massage and pregnancy massage, and have additional training in muscle energy techniques. I’m a member of the Sports Therapy Association, and insured by Balens. I work from a garden treatment room at my home in Kenninghall, Norfolk.

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Hannah Tabram in her massage therapy room in Kenninghall, South Norfolk.

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  • ★ ★ ★ ★ ★... I switched to Hannah and immediately it became clear that I should have been seeing her as a sports injury therapist from day one.
    Hannah is extremely knowledgeable and continues to train for a range of qualifications.
    My treatment is continuing but she has made an enormous difference in aiding my slow but steady recuperation.
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Fequently asked questions about sports massage

Sports massage is a highly recommended practice due to its potential benefits in aiding post-exercise recovery. It is effective in alleviating muscle soreness, tension, and tightness, thereby promoting faster recuperation and improved performance. Additionally, it provides a pleasurable experience and serves as a deserved reward for the dedication and effort put into maintaining an active lifestyle and achieving athletic objectives such as marathon running.

The key difference between massage and sports massage lies in their specific focus and application. While massage typically aims to promote relaxation, relieve stress, and improve overall well-being, sports massage is specifically tailored for athletes as well as those who follow an active lifestyle. It focuses on addressing the unique needs and challenges associated with sports-related activities and physically focussed career pathways. Sports massage may involve techniques such as deep tissue massage, stretching, and targeted muscle work to address issues like muscle tension, soreness, and injury prevention, with the goal of enhancing athletic performance and aiding in recovery.

Yes, sports massage can be effective in addressing muscle knots or trigger points. Through skilled techniques such as deep tissue work and targeted pressure, a sports massage therapist can help release tension and promote relaxation in muscles, potentially helping to alleviate knots and improve overall muscle function, all while providing a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. My Kenninghall massage therapy room is the perfect place to focus on self-care and well-being.

No, sports massage and physiotherapy are not the same. While both can be beneficial, they are distinct practices with different scopes and approaches. Sports massage focuses on manual techniques to address muscle tension, soreness, and performance enhancement, while physiotherapy encompasses a broader range of interventions, including diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of various musculoskeletal conditions, often involving exercises, procedures, and rehabilitative techniques beyond massage. While sports massage can be a complementary treatment in sports injury management, physiotherapy is a broader healthcare profession that involves a comprehensive approach to treating a wide range of musculoskeletal issues. It's important to consult with qualified professionals to determine which approach would be most appropriate for your specific needs.

It's important to note that sports massage is not a substitute for medical treatment or diagnosis, and it's always best to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine the most appropriate treatment for your specific condition.

Sports massage can be beneficial for a variety of conditions related to muscles, joints, and soft tissues, including:

  1. Alleviating muscle soreness and tension caused by overuse, strenuous exercise, or repetitive motions. It may also help to release tight muscles and reduce muscle imbalances.
  2. Part of the rehabilitation process for injuries such as strains, sprains, and muscle tears. It can help to promote healing, reduce swelling, and improve circulation in injured areas.
  3. Techniques, such as stretching and joint mobilisations, can help improve flexibility and range of motion in joints, which may be restricted due to tight muscles or scar tissue.
  4. Improve athletic performance by increasing blood flow, enhancing muscle function, and reducing muscle fatigue. It can also aid in pre-event preparation as well as post-event recovery.
  5. While typically geared towards those who pursue an active career or lifestyle, it can also provide general relaxation and stress relief for anyone. It can help reduce anxiety, promote relaxation, and improve overall well-being.

Muscle Energy Techniques are a type of sports massage technique that involves the client actively contracting and relaxing specific muscles while the therapist applies gentle stretches. This helps to improve muscle flexibility, joint mobility, and relieve muscle tension. They can also be used by sports massage therapists to address muscle imbalances, joint restrictions, and improve overall musculoskeletal function, using techniques such as reciprocal inhibition, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation and isolytic contraction.