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Having a duty of care to the clients, a consultation is always carried out at the beginning of the first treatment to establish the client’s medical history and lifestyle.

The therapist can discusses client’s posture, exercise, allergies, diet, work patterns and stress indicators. This helps the therapist to determine the most appropriate course of treatment.

It is important to let your massage therapist know if you have any medical problems such as skin allergies, problems with joints, a history of heart problems, or have recently had surgery.

When massage should be avoided:

Please note that if you suffer from any of the following ailments we cannot offer any of our treatments:

  • Active inflammatory processes, signaled by the presence of pain,
    warmth and a blushing of the treated area
  • Illnesses or fever
  • Serious disease (tumors, cardiopathy)
  • Varicose vessels
  • In the first few hours and days after a muscular lesion (injury)
  • Varicose vessels
  • Any open wounds, scratches, skin diseases, swelling, recent scars, skin infections
  • Aged subjects or those with osteoporosis
  • High blood pressure
  • Varicose vessels

Sports massage may also not be suitable, if:

  • You have or suspect you might have diabetes, or
  • That you are or think you might be pregnant.

You need to advise the therapist before you start your treatment if you are concerned. Sports massage may also not be suitable for people with acute or long-term mental health problems. Please consult with your doctor prior to making a booking.

After the massage treatment is recommended to do the following:

  • Keep warm
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Eat a light meal
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