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What is Sports Massage? I'm hoping you all know by now, but do your friends and family? It has recently been brought to my attention through client practitioner conversation that a lot of people haven't had this sort of treatment before. Why is this? Sports massage is a far more sophisticated approach to manual treatment which can offer a broader range of benefits than the traditional massage technique.  Continue...
*** Meet The Team - Say Cheese! *** Ross Oakley BSc MSMA Owner & Sports Massage & Rehabilitation Practitioner (Newport) Hello, my name is Ross Oakley. I graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2014 with a (BSc) Hons in Sports Conditioning Rehabilitation and Massage. During university I became an intern for the Newport Gwent Dragons RFC & Cardiff Blues RFC before Continue...
*** Urgent treatment for Lower back pain - Almost like a miracle *** What Happened? Yesterday we had a client (Louise - Cwmbran South Wales) who was in need of urgent treatment regarding their lower back. Louise had been training vigorously over the past few weeks ready for her holiday next week and was feeling great. Despite all of this training, Louise was in work on Wednesday and bent down to pick a file up and her  Continue...
** RWC 2015 - All Blacks ** So that's a wrap. Today we finished all of our preparation and recovery work with the All Blacks during their stay in Cardiff. What an incredible experience and what a great bunch of players. Thank you to everyone involved with the club and who added to the experience for us and an even bigger thank you for the personalised singed NZ Jersey and photos. All the best in the Semi-fin Continue...
*** Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) - Pain in your knee? *** Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common overuse injuries among runners. ITBS occurs when the IT Band that runs down the outside of your thigh becomes tight or inflamed. The IT band attaches to the knee and helps stabilize and move the joint. When the IT band isn't working properly, movement of the knee (and, therefore, running) becomes painfu Continue...
* Attention all Massage Therapists * Opportunity to work in the French Alps for the winter! Get in contact with MassageMe. Massage-me provide home visit massage to all holiday makers and members of the public staying in the Alps during the winter season. Incredible opportunity and very professional company. http://www.massage-me.com/recruitment (http://www.massage-me.com/recruitment/)/  Continue...

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