Our event prep package starts you out with an MOT + report so you know what you’re working on, and supports you with additional massages and pre and post event sessions to help you get the most out of your event.
One of our big goals when working with clients is we want your ongoing necessary self-care – to will prevent your problem from coming back to only be five to ten minutes a day, spread throughout your day.
In today’s post, I explain how that is possible.
How can you get to the point where you only need to do five or ten minutes a day of self-care and what does that look like?
Have you ever noticed that things in our body can build up?
You might have an imbalance or less-than-ideal movement pattern, and that makes your body compensate or adjust somewhere, which in turn creates another compensation.
In today’s post, I’ll explain the onion analogy, how we use it in our practice, and how you can use it in your day-to-day life.
Have you ever got out of bed, first thing in the morning, and found your neck and/or shoulders feels super, super stiff? And wondered: ‘How can I be stiff from sleeping?’ In this article I’m sharing one of the most common reasons people wake up with sore neck/shoulder muscles and one super easy tip you can […]
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Read this to get a better understanding of why this discomfort is so common.
Training for a marathon can seem quite overwhelming. Not just because of the distance (although, running 26 miles in a row can be quite daunting). It’s also because of the million different things (well, it seems like a million) that you’re supposed to do and/or know as part of your training. There’s interval runs, tempo […]
Wouldn’t it be great if there was some way to prolong the effects of your massages? There is! Workshops at Leyton Sports Massage. Self care exercises like stretching, muscle activation, posture adjustments and foam rolling improve muscle function, make your training more effective and decrease your chances of having long term aches and pains. But… […]
When Your (Muscle) Problem Comes and Goes Have you ever had a problem that seems to come and go, eventually just not going away? It’s a first appointment conversation we have all the time: ‘How long have you had your neck pain?’ ‘I’d say it’s been about a week.’ ‘Have you had it before at all?’ ‘Oh yeah – it’s […]