Sports Muscle Release

Sports Muscle Release

SMR is energizing for a pre workout/sporting event or can be a cool down for a post workout/activity. It increases range of motion after those intense activities and addresses areas that may be inhibited by movement or causing soreness and pain. Techniques are specific to the athlete's sport/activity of choice, focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements, and to re-educate the muscles and tissues to enhance performance. (Pressure is active with isolated stretching and to the client’s needs). Sessions can be in increments of 15 min, 30 min, 45 min and 60 min depending on the individual need of the client.
*Pricing is based on $1 per minute


Conditions that generally respond well include:

  • muscle pain and stiffness
  • muscle strain
  • edema (swelling)
  • muscle soreness
  • muscle sprains
  • muscle tension
  • sore spots
  • repetitive strain injuries
  • tendinitis



No special preparations are needed to participate. Athletes should wait 1–2 hours after competing before having a session.


Massage may be an appropriate technique for helping certain sports injuries, especially muscle injuries, to heal. When treating an injury, however, it is best to seek advice from a qualified sports therapist or a specialist in sports medicine before performing any work. Certain ligament and joint injuries that need immobilization and expert attention may be aggravated by muscle work

People who suffer from the following conditions or disorders should consult a physician. Acute infectious disease, aneurysm; heavy bruising; cancer,hernia; high blood pressure, inflammation due to tissue damage; osteoporosis,phlebitis,varicose veins, and certain skin conditions. Individuals who are intoxicated are not good candidates for this type of work.


Side effects

SMR is safe and effective. When given correctly, there are no undesirable side effects.

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