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Rapid Astounding Results for the competitive types. Massage Therapy with purpose in Toronto’s Yorkville Neighbourhood
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Because optimizing your body’s wellness does not happen by chance..it happens by experiencing a tailored treatment with an expert Toronto Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).
Do you have pain and discomfort that gets in the way of your workouts?
Do you often feel like how much easier it would be if you could just train without soreness and inflammation in the joints?
Have you realized that there are muscle imbalances within your body but have no idea how to correct them?
What happens when you ignore the signs of pain or discomfort from your body?
Have you worked with other Sport Massage Therapist or other health-care practitioners but have had little long-term relief to your issues
Do you feel stuck and in a plateau in your training. Maybe, you’ve been trying to get help from some social media fitness pages but it’s not going well?
Do you need a new way of treatment that is not the same old rub and hope for the best.
Are you overwhelmed with trying to stay on your training plan because muscle pain and stiffness keep derailing you?
Reduced risk of injury
Reduced stress and anxiety
I’ve been treating the injuries and aches and pains of Toronto’s athletes and performers for the last 10 years.
I’ve helped hundreds of Torontonians achieve personal bests, win at their sport and achieve long term health.
But it wasn’t always like that, I’ve been through my share of injuries and went to many therapists with no relief.
I went through it all:
The Blame game
The costly and time wasting treatments
The lack of results and a poor experience
I wanted to throw in the towel and stop my goals of competing at a high level in Weightlifting and Soccer
Maybe you can relate?
The Holistic Move Sports Massage Toronto provides:
Integrative approach to identifying the root problem, effective correctional strategies, and producing long-lasting results.
Book an appointment, experience the best treatment, leave feeling like a better version of yourself.
Here’s how it works:
I’ll take you through a comprehensive biomechanical and identify the source of your problem. Then I’ll explain the steps that’s needed to get you back on track towards reaching your fitness goals and doing the things you enjoy.
I’ll develop a tailored strategic plan designed specifically to you and your goals. This plan will allow you to become more physically resilient, pain-free, and quickly get back to your favourite activity effectively and efficiently.
Once your issues are resolved and you are moving efficiently without any pain or discomfort, I will implement exercise and therapeutic strategies to help solidify our results and to avoid future relapses of your issue. Consider this our method of “bulletproofing” your body against future wear and tear in your sport and daily life.
Sport massage helps to resolve athletic injuries by restoring range of motion and improving joint mobility. By working on the soft tissue surrounding the injured area, it allows for better blood flow and healing.
Muscle fatigue and soreness
Muscle fatigue and soreness are common symptoms that can be exacerbated by regular exercise. It provides relief from these problems by targeting specific muscles and tissues affected by fatigue or pain.
Chronic muscle tension
Sport massage is a form of massage that typically focuses on the areas around muscles and joints. It is often used to remedy chronic muscle tension, which can be caused by various factors, such as stress, repetitive motions, or injury.
It has been shown to improve performance by reducing muscle fatigue and tension, improving blood flow, and increasing range of motion. This is because it helps to restore balance in the body through movement coordination, postural alignment, and neuromuscular function.
Sports massages may be a good investment if you are looking to improve your athletic performance. Sports massages help to loosen tight muscles and tendons, reducing the risk of injury. This is because they work on chronic tension in the body instead of just acute pain or inflammation.
A sports massage typically includes a routine that targets specific areas on the body, such as the feet, calves, neck and shoulders. While this type of massage is often referred to as “full-body,” it does not include coverage of the entire body. Instead, this type of massage focuses on targeted areas for relief and pain relief.
Sports massages are often performed on muscles, tendons, and ligaments damaged as a result of exercise or injury. They aim to reduce discomfort by healing the muscle tissue, promoting circulation, easing swelling, and reducing inflammation.The therapist will use both hands to apply pressure directly onto the affected area in a circular motion for about 30 seconds per limb. This compression helps release trapped energy within the cells which eventually leads to wound healing and less pain.
Anyone who is moderately active and suffers from tension headaches or neck pain may be a good candidate for sports massage. Sports massage is a form of manual therapy that uses pressure, strokes, and friction to treat various injuries and tight muscles. It can help to improve flexibility, reduce muscle soreness after workouts, decrease stiffness in the joints, and alleviate stress headaches.
When it comes to sports massage, there are a few things that you should keep in mind. First and foremost, make sure that your clothes allow the therapist to work effectively. Avoid clothing that is restrictive or tight, as this can cause tension and exacerbate any injuries you may have. You also want to avoid exposing sensitive areas unnecessarily, as massages often include pressure and heat applied directly to these areas.
The Holistic Move | Tim Wong | Toronto Massage Therapy, Personal Training & Alternative Medicine is located at 80 Bloor St. W. Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario, M5S2V1.
We are open Tuesday: 12:00 – 20:00, Wednesday: 15:00 – 20:00, Thursday: 12:00 – 20:00.
For additional questions, you can call us at (647) 955-6336.