01348 875221

SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST

Whether you have a specific injury, an ongoing issue or are just looking for something to help you improve your current fitness and possible training, sports massage can help you.
Available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

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Call: 01348 875221 Visit:  Wintern House Health and Wellness, High St, Fishguard SA65 9AT

                    Kat Steed

Sports Massage Therapist

Kat has been co-working with Fishguard Chiropractic Clinic since 2008. She is a Yoga and Pilates teacher as well as a running coach and uses her unique knowledge of the body in her sports massage work.  She is a very keen surfer and an accomplished multi-terrain runner on courses from 5km to Ultra-Marathon distances.

Sports massage can be used to help sports people and non-sports people alike. The technique uses a variety of pressures, often deeper, more intense and focused than in conventional massage to aid with recovery and help prevent injury.
Joint mobility may be restricted by inflammation, scar tissue and tight muscles. Sports massage helps break down adhesions and scar tissue, and can help restore good joint mobility by relieving tight muscles and drawing away inflammation. Techniques can also encourage blood and nutrients into the muscles, while drawing toxins away, therefore allowing the muscles to repair more efficiently, preventing muscle soreness and fatigue in the future.
Whether you have a specific injury, an ongoing issue or are just looking for something to help you improve your current fitness and possible training, sports massage can help you.

Available:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

 

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Wintern House Health and Wellness

High Street
Fishguard
Pembrokeshire SA65 9AT

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