Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage in Sandy
At our massage clinic near Sandy, we specialise in deep-tissue massage. Deep-tissue massage can mean many things but is a term used to describe any form of firm deep-pressure massage. Many different types of massage therapy can be described as deep-tissue treatment (including sports massage) and many countries have their own unique versions, all aimed at achieving the same results.
Where to find us
Our clinic is located on Tavistock Street in Bedford Town Centre. There’s plenty of nearby parking outside our clinic, and Queen Street Multi-Storey car park is less than 50 metres away. Parking on Tavistock Street and the surrounding streets is only free in the evening, but Queen Street Multi-Storey car park offers two hours of free parking every day.
Bedford Bus Station is just a short 5-minute walk away from the clinic.
Frequently asked questions
Do you use any other forms of massage therapy besides sports massage?
Yes. We also use Chinese Tui Na, Dry Cupping Therapy, Myofascial Cupping Therapy, and on occasion a little bit of Gua Sha. If there’s a technique that works for a particular purpose we’ll use it for that purpose.
What conditions does deep-tissue massage treat?
There are way too many conditions to list, but if something hurts or just isn’t working properly, then we can probably treat it. If we can’t, we’ll tell you what you need to know and/or refer you accordingly.
I’ve had a deep tissue massage from a Swedish Massage Therapist in the past, how is what you do any different?
Swedish massage can be great for relaxing as it focuses on the largest sensory organ in the human body – the skin. Sports massage and Swedish massage may share some similar techniques, but on a deep level are very different treatments.
Do you do full body massage?
No. A full-body deep tissue treatment takes a couple of hours to do properly and is exhausting for the therapist and client! In our experience, shorter targeted treatments are more effective.
What other forms of deep-tissue massage are there?
Many traditional ethnic forms of massage can be considered as deep tissue, although many do utilise a deep stretching component. The most common ones would be things like Thai massage, Turkish massage, Shiatsu, and Chinese Tu Na.
I’m confused as to what sort of massage I require, how do I know what to choose?
If you’re unsure what type of treatment you need, give us a call, we’re happy to give advice!
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58 Tavistock Street