Body & Mind Therapy Centre Mossley, Manchester
01457 835491

Remedial Massage

We can all suffer from muscle pain, stiffness and dysfunction, whether its caused by an accident, injury or simply long term build up of tension from working at a desk or spending long periods in the car.  Remedial massage can help to repair damaged muscle fibres, restore mobility and flexibility and ultimately decrease pain by working intensively with specific muscle groups on localised areas of your body. Muscles can become damaged or impaired in many ways and muscular imbalances to one area of the body can often create referred pain in different locations as other muscle groups compensate for the injury. Pulled muscles (strains) and pulled ligaments (sprains) can cause damage to surrounding tissue and deep tissue massage encourages repair and speeds the body’s own healing mechanisms.

Remedial massage is not carried out in a particular sequence, like a body massage. Each client is treated as a new and individual case, and the therapist will use their knowledge, skills and deep palpation to detect damage and excess tension in your muscles therefore treatment times and massage procedures will vary with each treatment.  

  • Relieves pain
  • Shortens recovery time
  • Restores mobility
  • Increases muscle flexibility
  • Improves joint function
  • Prevents injuries
  • Improves sports performance
  • Invokes general feeling of well-being
  • Promotes relaxation

 Therapists:  Ida,  Mo, 

“The treatment and ideas about how to help the problem in the future, including exercises, were helpful.”

“Being able to book a treatment at the last minute was great!”


Newsletter Signup

Stay up to date with our occasional newsletter...

Please fill in all the fields.

Blog / Latest news

6 Useful Mental Health Tips
Tue 21 Dec 2021

Spending More Time at Home
Thu 30 Sep 2021

New! Online 4 week Transforming Anxiety Course
Mon 13 Sep 2021

View more


"Very friendly and relaxing atmosphere and a reassurance of total professional standard of treatment."