Bia Sports Therapy UK

Bia Sports Therapy UK. Open Now.
Sports and remedial massage therapy. Giving you a personalised deep tissue massage not just a spa "tickle" massage!

30 minute sports massage
£25
Ideal for as part of a regular treatment plan if you're training hard for an event and need a regular massage to help loosen tired achey muscles. Also good for areas that may be prone to injury.

60 minute Sports Massage
£45

Deep tissue massage, soft tissue release, muscle energy technique, trigger point work and other massage techniques used to help loosen tight muscles and rehabilitation from injuries.

Pregnancy massage
£40

A 50 minute treatment for help ease pregnancy related aches and pains. From sciatica to restless leg syndrome.

90 minute massage
£65

Best when you what a full body deep tissue massage


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