Sports Massage

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Sports Massage KEMPSTON

If you’re looking for a sports massage near Kempston, The Body Sage Clinic is the perfect place. Sports massage treatments with us are based around you and your specific needs – whether you need to reduce pain or soothe tired or injured muscles.

Our sports massage therapists near Kempston utilise advanced soft tissue sports massage techniques which can help improve flexibility and range of motion. If you’re recovering from a sports injury, regular sports massage sessions with our team are ideal for promoting a faster recovery. To help further reduce your risk of further sports injuries, we’ll give you advice and support in not overusing your muscles as part of your rehab plan.

At our massage clinic near Kempston, our deep tissue massages are only carried out by qualified sports massage therapists and as such are suitable for treating most forms of muscle pain and physical dysfunction.

Our Deep Tissue Massage clinic located in Bedford Town Centre is easy to find for clients coming from Kempston. We’re only a 10-minute drive from Kempston, or a little longer by bike for the more energetic among you. Car parking is available outside our clinic, and Queen Street Multi-Storey car park is just across the road.

Our therapy sessions use a combination of deep tissue massage, facilitated stretching, and various forms of soft tissue manipulation that work to release trigger points deep into the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. This helps to stretch and loosen tight, overworked, and injured muscle fibres and other soft tissue such as fascia. Exercises may also be prescribed as part of the treatment process. Strengthening the muscles weakened by your injury will help ensure a speedier recovery.

Sports massage isn’t only for those who play or have been injured in sports. Sports massage is very effective at treating most forms of back, neck, and shoulder pain, as well as knee pain, headaches, sprained ankles, and repetitive strain injury. If you enjoy a firmer massage, sports massage could be a great, relaxing alternative for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear for a sports massage?

Loose comfortable sportswear is ideal, or anything that can be removed or easily rearranged. For hygiene reasons we’d prefer it if you avoid having a sports massage straight after a workout or while wearing dirty work clothes.

Does a sports massage hurt?

It might, but it really depends on the problem being treated. Some injuries can be quite painful, but it’s always the aim of the therapist to ensure the treatment is effective and enjoyable.

Will sports massage help with non-sports injuries?

Yes. It doesn’t matter if you did it while exercising, sneezing, or just sitting at your desk.

Why is it called Sports Massage if it’s for everyone?

Sports massage was developed to treat athletes based on scientific theory and reasoning, and as such can be applied to any injuries of a similar nature regardless of cause.

Is there a consultation on my first appointment?

If you have a serious or more complicated injury then we would have to spend more time diagnosing the problem. If your problem is less serious then there would be a short chat about the symptoms and your treatment options. For most problems, we tend to prefer to get on with your treatment while working out the finer details as your treatment plan progresses.

What if you can’t fix my problem?

It does occur when an injury requires more specialist treatment than we can provide. We pride ourselves on being open and honest with our customers in these situations, and as such we will always refer you accordingly.


At The Body Sage Clinic, we base our treatments around you and your specific needs. Whether you’re looking to reduce pain, soothe injured muscles, or helping get your fitness goals on track, our great team is here to help you get the most out of your sports massage.


We are a certified acupuncture clinic in Bedford that specialises in dry needling. Dry needling is a modern adaptation of traditional Chinese acupuncture as it helps problematic muscles to reconnect with the brain and stimulate your body’s natural pain-killing chemicals


Deep tissue massage is a generic term to describe any form of massage that penetrates beyond the layers of the skin and into the muscles. As such many different types of massage therapy can be considered as a deep tissue treatment and will vary greatly.


Tavistock Yard
58 Tavistock Street
MK40 2RD

07814 441 548​