At Back2Fitness, we want to be able to help with all your goals and relieve your aches and pains.
That’s why we offer a free Massage to our regular massage clients, with our massage loyalty cards.
Simply buy 4 one hour massages and we will give you the 5th free!
Just another way to help you on the road to health and well being…
At Back2Fitness Physiotherapy, Sports Injuries and Massage clinics, we aim to provide the best services delivered by expert clinicians in Edinburgh and the Lothian’s.
That’s why we provide our specific remedial and sports massage services to complement our Physiotherapy treatments at our clinics.
But why is regular massage so good? And is it right for you?
Here are some research based answers to help you decide.
- Massage has been demonstrated to reduce anxiety, help with depression and reduce daily stresses (International Journal of Neurosciences, 2005)
- Massage has been shown to help prevent those restless nights, by promoting better sleeping patterns. A good night’s sleep has been demonstrated to aid both physical and mental well-being
- Massage isn’t just for pampering, it aids a healthy body balance. By increasing circulation, massage aids the body to pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs, and promote well being
- By receiving regular massage, you can boost your immune system (Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Therapy, 2010), therefore keeping you healthier. It has also been shown to stimulate the flow of lymphatic system to aid the reduction of toxins in the body
- Massage helps you shine! By increased circulation of blood to the skin, you gain the outward positive effects and also feel great!
- Massage aids recovery from sports events and physical activities! By relaxing and stimulating the muscles, massage helps with reducing the lactic build up, which is common after activity – DOMS (delayed onset of muscle soreness) and help you recover quicker! Indeed it means you can train more effectively and get ready to achieve those goals!
- Regular massage aids flexibility, which in turn reduces injury. Optimum muscle length is important, not only for the prevention of injury, but also in the pursuit of physical excellence
- Massage helps with the aches and pains! By releasing endorphins in the body (a natural pain killer) it can aid in the relief and help control pain.
So maybe it’s time to start a new habit, and add massage to your routine?
Contact us today to start your positive habit!
t: 0131 563 5216