What are the benefits of a massage treatment?

  • Improves circulation and nutrition to the tissues
  • Relieves tension and stress in the body
  • Helps to improve flexibility and increases range of movement
  • Reduces pain, discomfort and restricted movement
  • Helps injury recovery as well as injury prevention
  • Helps to maintain healthy muscles
  • Aids the lymphatic system with clearing out waste and toxins, especially post exercise
  • Improves performance potential and aids recovery
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Can help to reduce anxiety and depression

Massage is the manipulation of soft tissues within the body, to relieve tension, promote self-healing, recover from injury, aid relaxation and promote general wellbeing, however the benefits of massage are numerous.

It is usually performed with just the therapists hands, however deep tissue techniques will use forearms, fists or the elbows of the therapist. In the case of a hot stones massage, smooth flat basalt stones are used.

There are many different types of massage, at Magdalen Health we offer Swedish, Sports and Hot Stones. Swedish massage is the general term for a massage that promotes relaxation and general wellbeing.

Sports massage uses techniques that work on the deeper layers of muscle tissue to help free up any knots and adhesions that might be restricting movement and preventing the muscles working as efficiently as they should. It can also be used for someone who is recovering from an injury as healing is often more effective with the help of deep tissue massage. Equally though regular sports massage treatments will help to prevent injury and if you are someone who does a lot of exercise, then recovery time between training sessions can be improved as can performance generally.



Jack is a qualified Sports Therapist with a first-class degree from the University of Gloucestershire.

Jack treats a wide range of injuries and conditions, and more recently professional athletes.

Book in with Jack for Sports and Deep Tissue Massage

Jack can also advise on rehab programs.


If you prefer a relaxing massage then book in with Charlotte.

Charlotte is qualified in Swedish massage, Electrical facials, Decléor facials and Hot Stone Massage. She is currently studying Aromatherapy.

Charlotte tailors every treatment to meet the patient needs and she loves offering various treatments to make her patient’s feel relaxed and pampered.


Holly graduated from Marjon University with a distinction level Masters in Osteopathic Medicine.

Holly’s approach to massage is osteopathic meaning she will explain the underlying cause of your muscle tension and give advice based on her findings.

Holly has experience treating conditions ranging from acute musculoskeletal pain to patients with chronic fatigue syndromes and fibromyalgia.

Holly has a special interest in women’s health & is experienced in treating pregnancy and menstrual related pain.


Megan is a qualified Sports Therapist.

She has worked alongside several Rugby Union and Rugby 7’s teams providing on and off the pitch rehabilitation and management for acute and chronic injuries.

Book in with Megan for Sports Massage Therapy and Deep Tissue Massage




Sports Massage (60 mins)

From £60

Hot Stone (60 mins)

From £60

Deep Tissue (60 mins)

From £60

Aromatherapy and Holistic (60 mins)

From £60

90 Minute Massage


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