A sports massage can surely promote relaxation and rejuvenation, but it can be much more vigorous at times than a Swedish massage (although not as intense as a deep tissue massage) in order to produce the maximum benefits. During a sports massage, you can expect to do some stretching. You should get a sports massage if you are one of the following:
Getting a sports massage can help you recover faster from your workout or hard day's work. You can get one before and/or after a workout or competition. Word has even gotten out to professional athletes that we are the place to visit in Atlanta for massages, and we have had the pleasure of treating a few of them (see our photo gallery).
The benefits of massage are significant for most people, and athletes are no different. In fact, an athlete may even have the most to benefit from a massage. Sports massage therapy can:
If you're an athlete, the slightest improvement can mean the difference between winning or losing a competition. How often you should get a sports massage depends on how much stress you put on your body. The frequency of sports can vary from once a week to twice a month. Talk to one of our masseuses to find an optimal sports massage schedule for you.
We do not accept insurance. Treat Your Feet Buckhead is not a medical facility. Our primary focus is on your comfort and relaxation. If you have any current or new medical conditions, please consult with your doctor first before coming to our facility for a massage. These include, but are not limited to, muscular and skeletal injuries, surgeries, and pregnancies.
Whether the appointment is for a foot or full body massage, please notify the front staff how many weeks pregnant you are to help us determine the strength of the massage.
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