Sports Massage Therapy At bodono Is Unique:
Our sports massage treatments incorporate more than just a massage. Unlike a so-called sports massage offered at gyms and spas, at bodono we incorporate a thorough assessment, an anatomical analysis of the client’s movements and kinetic dysfunction—so that the massage can be tailored to each athlete’s specific needs. Treatments are adapted to our client’s training cycle throughout the season to achieve best results during pre-season/pre-event, competition, post-season/post-event, and off-season.
The athlete’s body performs strenuous repetitive movements, which can lead to imbalance, overuse, and injury over time. Sports massage helps reduce recovery time, improves endurance and flexibility, and helps prevent future injuries.
At bodono a sports massage is more than just deep work. We apply a variety of specific massage techniques as appropriate. These include but are not limited to: myofascial release, soft tissue mobilization, stripping, friction, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, and stretching.
Our Clientele At bodono Sports Massage:
We provide sports massage therapy for athletes of all levels, ranging from weekend warriors to competitors.
We practice sports massage at multiple locations in the US and travel to events with our clients upon request.
Currently we focus on clients practicing weight lifting, crossfit, running, bicycling, calisthenics, swimming, soccer, tennis, pickleball, golf, martial arts, gymnastics and dance.
Links To Sports Massage Info
Sports Massage – Wikipedia
Also known as manual therapy, manipulative therapy, or manual & manipulative therapy, this is a physical treatment primarily used on the neuromusculoskeletal system to treat pain and disability. It most commonly includes kneading and manipulation of muscles, joint mobilization and joint manipulation… – Wikipedia
Sports massage can be used to improve athletic performance, speed recovery, and can be utilized by all individuals who participate in any athletic and/or exercise program to help improve conditioning and maintain peak performance. Research has shown that in relation to exercise and athletic participation massage can: Reduce muscle tension, help athletes monitor muscle tone, promote relaxation, reduce muscle hypertonicity and increase range of motion, improve soft tissue function… – American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA),
The prime purpose of sports massage therapy is to help alleviate the stress and tension which builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity. Where minor injuries and lesions occur, due to overexertion and/or overuse, massage can break them down quickly and effectively… – Massagetherapy.co.uk
A new study has revealed for the first time how kneading eases sore muscles—by turning off genes associated with inflammation and turning on genes that help muscles heal… – American Association For The Advancement Of Science