Sports Massage/problem oriented massage

Sports Massage fits perfectly for people who are active in any kind of sport or who just have an active lifestyle. It gives you a boost, prepares you for an active workout and fastens the recovering process.​ Sports Massage is effective for preparing for a competition and good for battling fatigue from training. In generel this massage is problem oriented. 


Sports Massage also fits for people who do physical work or for office workers who have built up tension from sitting for a long time.

For specific problems we use trigger point therapy:

Trigger points are painful points, which develop from micro traumas inside your mucles. You can recognize these point by stiffness and pain in your muscle and by slower blood circulation in that area. It is common for the pain to radiate from the original location to another, therefore it is not so easy to figure out the reason for the pain. There can be more than one trigger point in one muscle, as well can trigger points create new ones as a chain reaction to a nearby muscle. Stress can be a reason for trigger points to develop, because during stress muscles are under constant tension. Also a lack of needed vitamins and minerals (B1, B6, B12, C, D, magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium) can be a reason for trigger points to develop.

How the massage is carried out:

The massage is done on a table using special oil/massage cream.


It is recommended to drink more water or tea than usual after the massage. This fastens the process of toxins moving out of your body.

Night Running

It is best to avoid any training on the day of the massage (in case of restoring or maintaining Sports Massage)


  • brisk heart, kidney and lung failures

  • malignant tumors

  • inflammatory illnesses (fever)

  • contagious diseases

  • varices

  • coagulation disorders


  • decreased muscle tension and pain

  • fastens metabolism

  • activates lymph circulation

  • increased elimination of exercise waste products (lactic acid)

  • increased blood flow

  • increased flexibility

  • decreased chance of injury