That depends on several factors: if you are an athlete/participate in sport, factors such as training volume and intensity need to be considered; also whether or not you have chronic pain or acute injury, etc. If you don’t participate in sport, then occupational factors may come into play, for example, do you sit at a desk all day and have a tight neck and shoulders? Or do you carry out heavy manual work which makes you tight and prone to injury?

For some people, a weekly massage gives huge results. Other people only get an occasional Sports Massage if they’re in pain. The best way to reduce the effects of hard training, stress or occupational aches and pains, is with regular Sports Massage. It is a fact that even getting massaged once a month regularly has a long lasting positive impact.