Treatments at our centre or sports injury advice
Sports massage has much in common with deep tissue massage. Both approaches to massage involve the manipulation of skin, fascia and muscle through stretching and movement, as well as the strategic application of pressure. Sports massage is aimed at people who vigorously train.
Befitting its name, sports massage is often used to help athletes to recover from sports injuries, prevent new injuries from occurring and optimise their performance. By drawing upon their medical knowledge, sports therapists can very effectively apply remedies for common injuries.
Sports massage in Covent Garden
Stan Rechcigl worked for various sports clubs, including the premiership rugby clubs London Wasps and Saracens Rugby Club, before joining Breathe London as a massage therapist.
For further details about Stan, go to his biography on the Breathe site.
How to find us
It's easy to start benefitting from sports massage in Covent Garden, as our practice in the West End district shares a building with Jubilee Hall Gym, which you can find at this address:
Jubilee Hall Gym
30 The Piazza
Locating the building does not have to pose a major challenge, as it is close to various notable attractions – including the Royal Opera House, Lyceum Theatre and London Transport Museum.
How to book
If you are interested in using services from a particular sports massage therapist at Breathe London and want to learn more about their availability, you can directly contact them through our site
If you would like to immediately book an appointment with a specific therapist, you can call their telephone number posted on our site. You can also email them if you simply want more information.
The price that would be payable depends on the treatment and therapist you choose. For example, for an hour-long session of sports massage, Stan charges £70