Frequently Asked Questions

Please see our list of frequently asked questions.

If you have more questions and would like to speak to one of our

AWARDING WINNING therapists please leave us a message, or call, to arrange a

FREE, NO OBLIGATION, 15 minute telephone consultation.

Following a sports massage, you will feel an increased range of movement, a reduction in pain and improved muscle performance. 

The main purpose of a sports massage is to:

  • Relieve muscular tension
  • Help mobilise soft tissues
  • Reduce pain
  • Help break down adhesions

Massage Therapy Appointments

Massage therapy appointments (deep tissue/sports massage) do not require a separate assessment. Your therapist will ask you a few questions regarding your health and mobility as part of your treatment.

Your therapist will develop a tailored treatment plan, give an idea of how many sessions you will require to recover from your injury or manage your pain and discomfort. 

This 45 min appointment will give us a clear picture of any recent or past injury/pain and determine the best treatment package for you. We will assess your range of movement and mobility using the most up-to-date assessment tools and techniques. Our clinicians will perform some hands on massage treatment to start you on your journey to recovery. By the end of the session you will have a greater understanding of your injury or pain related condition and leave with a clear treatment plan, home exercises and free, unlimited telephone support. 

Generally, a sports massage aims to reduce any muscle tension, muscular pain, or discomfort you are experiencing. A sports massage aims to increase your range of movement and decrease muscle stiffness and soreness. It helps reduce recovery time, aids sleep quantity and quality.  

During a sports massage, toxins from within the muscles will release, this could lead you to feel a little bit sore following your 1st treatment. This feeling could last a couple of days. The feeling of soreness should reduce as you have more treatments. 

Typically, a massage therapist will ask you to undress to your level of comfort. You will be covered over with a sheet for the areas not being worked on. It is recommended that you wear shorts for a sports massage if you are having treatment on your legs. For back, neck, and shoulder treatments the therapist will need direct contact with the area. ​There is a space for you to change your clothes before and after if needed. 

Absolutely. Our experienced therapists are trained in a range of deep tissue sports massage techniques.

Yes, sports massage treatments help remove toxins from the muscles and replenish them with fresh blood which in turn helps the muscles recover and perform better.
This depends on your activity levels, injuries, or pain related conditions. Our recommendation is generally every 4-6 weeks to reduce the risk of injury.

If you are new to Movement in Motion you can call to arrange a free 15 minute consultation with one of our award-winning therapists.

If you are an existing client you can make use of our unlimited, free telephone support with an experienced therapist.

Please aim to arrive 5 mins before your appointment to avoid a late arrival. There will not be time to extend your appointment if we start late. A member of our team will meet you at the front of the clubhouse upon your first appointment.
We have FREE ONSITE PARKING for you! Just remember to give us your car registration details upon arrival to avoid any parking charges.
We know that sometimes plans don’t go accordingly. If you are running late then please call us and let us know. Please be aware that appointments will not be extended in late circumstances.
We appreciate that plans change and unexpected things crop up when we least expect them. We operate on a strict 24-hour cancellation policy. This is due to the high level of demand we have within the clinic. If you do need to cancel within 24 hours then please call us.

Failure to give 24-hour advance cancellation or being a “No Show” will result in a non-refundable administrative charge of the full cost of treatment. This applies to verbally booked appointments as well as those booked online.