Golf-Specific Massage

Golf relies largely on your glutes, chest, back, and core muscles to successfully navigate your ball from the tee onto the green into the hole. Your glutes, hips, and core often do the bulk of the work during your golf swing. Which, if done incorrectly, can make them especially prone to pain and injury.

Benefits of a Golf-Specific Massage:

  • Enhance performance by improving range of motion
  • Facilitate fast more efficient recovery
  • Reduce risk of injury

Areas of Focus

  • Primary: Glutes, Anterior/Posterior Hip, Lower Trunk and Latissimus Dorsi
  • Secondary: Driving Arm, Erector Spinae, Neck and Shoulders

Tennis-Specific Massage

Tennis is a sport that engages the majority of the muscles in the body. Although it may seem like you mainly use your upper body to hit the ball, your core and lower body play crucial roles as well. This sport demands a lot from the body in terms of performance. The repetitive movement and forceful impact on the joints and muscles makes tennis a sport that can cause many injuries, meaning tennis players are prone to muscle tears, joint pain and sprains.

Benefits of a Tennis-Specific Massage:

  • Help manage pain
  • Assist in supporting active recovery
  • Reduce muscle tension, stiffness and soreness
  • Improve performance

Areas of Focus

  • Primary: Upper Back, Chest, Dominant Shoulder/Arm (Rotator Cuff)
  • Secondary: Driving Arm, Erector Spinae, Neck and Shoulders

Swim-Specific Massage

Although each stroke uses different muscle groups to execute different techniques, all swimming strokes primarily involve the back and arms, while still developing the shoulders, glutes and hamstrings.

Benefits of a Swim-Specific Massage:

  • Diminish muscle soreness
  • Improve circulation reducing swelling
  • Increase range of motion
  • Stimulate recovery

Areas of Focus:

  • Primary: Upper Back, Chest, Dominant Shoulder/Arm (Rotator Cuff)
  • Secondary: Shoulders, Glutes, Hamstrings