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At Integrity Centre, we focus on a holistic, whole body approach. We don’t just focus on the symptoms you are experiencing; we aim to get to the root cause of the issue. Sports and remedial massage (also known as soft tissue therapy) is an excellent way to do this.


Our highly skilled therapists have a wealth of knowledge in bodily anatomy, injuries, and treatment techniques. They are qualified to assess, diagnose, and provide remedial techniques to support your personal recovery – sports related or not!


Whether you’re an office worker, a professional athlete, or you just want a relaxing massage, our therapists can help you.

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What is sports & remedial massage?

Sports and Remedial Massage is a style of specialised massage techniques for the treatment of the soft tissues of our bodies, including our muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Used to target the treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries, it is a safe and effective massage treatment which can benefit anyone — people of all ages and conditions.

Sports and Remedial Massage works by targeting specific muscles, softening the hardened tissue to restore movement, ease tightness and restriction, mobility, and reduce pain. 

A typical session

A typical sports and remedial massage session will begin with a thorough assessment – going through your past history of injuries, assessing your posture, and assessing your current range of movement to get a better understanding of what is causing your issues.

Once our therapists are able to diagnose the source of your pain or injury, massage techniques are used to rehabilitate. Treatment is then done on the massage table and lasts 60 minutes.

Benefits of sports & remedial massage?

– reduced inflammation
– improved strength
– corrected body alignment
– improved circulation
– improved tissue elasticity
– relaxed muscles

How can sports & remedial massage help me?

Sports and remedial massage can be helpful for professional athletes, amateur athletes, and non-athletes by helping to speed up the recovery time of injuries, preventing minor injuries from becoming worse, and even identifying problems you were previously unaware of.

Sports and remedial massage can also help with:

– sports injuries
– muscle aches, pains, and strains
– muscle tension
– lower back, shoulder, and neck pain
– hip, ankle, and joint pain
– posture and body misalignment
– tension migraines & headaches
– chronic pain
– discomfort and bodily stiffness
– shin splints
– tight calves
– tennis elbow

Sports and remedial massage provides physical, physiological, and psychological benefits. Physically, it helps to break down scar tissue that can cause pain and inflexibility. Physiologically, it promotes and encourages circulation which is crucial for the building of new muscle tissue. And, psychologically, it helps to support our overall wellbeing by reducing stress, anxiety, and tension so that we can live a more fulfilled life.

ayurvedic yoga massage

Ayurvedic yoga massage combines deep tissue massage with coordinated breath work and yoga stretching. Similar to Thai massage, it is performed on a mat allowing for a full range of stretching and uses ayurvedic oils and herbs for their healing properties.

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What is Ayurvedic Yoga massage?

Developed by Master Kusum Modak in Pune, Ayurvedic Yoga massage is a head to toe, holistic treatment, performed on the floor mat, that helps realign the body and stimulates the natural flow of energy as well as brings about a deeper body awareness to the clients. It brings the world of ayurvedic massage and yoga together creating a multi-faceted treatment.

Working on the floor not only allows for a free range of movement and helps with the flow of the treatment but it also gives clients a sense of security and sense of feeling grounded allowing for a deeper relaxation.

A typical session

The treatment starts with deep tissue oil massage where a therapist uses hands as well as feet to warm up the muscles, soft tissues and organs whilst facilitating breathing and improving the body’s circulation. A blend of natural oil and topical ayurvedic herb – calamus – is used throughout the treatment. The use of this root creates a pleasant exfoliating feeling, but more importantly helps with blood circulation, brings toxins out of the body and acts as nerve tonic.

The next stage (or phase) of the treatment is when assisted yoga stretches and gentle mobilisations are used to help lengthen the tissues, relax tendons and ligaments and aid renewal of the synovial fluid in the joints. All the work is accompanied by coordinated breathwork, which helps activate the parasympathetic nervous system, leaving the receiver feeling deeply relaxed.

Benefits of Ayurvedic Yoga massage

  • helps the client feel more centred
  • reduce stress levels
  • softening any tension in the muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia
  • promote the healthy function of all the body’s systems
  • promote healthy joint mobility
  • softening any tension in the muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia
  • increases flexibility & range of motion

What can Ayurvedic Yoga massage help with?

  • muscle tension
  • joint stiffness
  • overall stress causing body pains and aches
  • digestive issues
  • body misalignment


Experience the profound harmony of body and mind with our revitalising Shiatsu massage, a therapeutic journey to alleviate stress, promote relaxation, and enhance overall well-being.

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What is Shiatsu?

Shiatsu is a manual treatment rooted in the tradition of Oriental massage and originated in Japan. As its name suggests, composed of “Shi” for finger and “Atsu” for pressure, it is an acupressure technique without the manipulations, rubbing, and kneading typical of a “classic” massage. Unlike the latter, Shiatsu does not aim for aesthetic or physiotherapeutic improvement but rather focuses on restoring the person’s emotional and physiological balance, creating an experience capable of engaging the senses, emotions, and spirit.

A typical session

Shiatsu sessions typically unfold on a futon mattress placed on the floor, ensuring a comfortable environment for clients’ holistic experiences. Sessions can last between 60 to 90 minutes, with the initial appointments allowing additional time for comprehensive case history discussions.

Active participation and feedback from clients are highly valued throughout and after their Shiatsu treatments. Clients are encouraged to express their preferences during the sessions; whether something feels soothing or requires adjustment, their voices guide the experiences. Shiatsu sessions are tailored to specific needs, addressing the entire body rather than focusing solely on specific areas of concern. Techniques employed aim to enhance the flow of Qi (energy), offering a blend of invigorating and relaxing approaches. This may involve assisted joint stretching and sustained manipulation, ranging from gentle pressure to more intense sensations, always prioritizing safety.

Various techniques, including thumb and finger pressure, as well as the use of elbows, knees, and feet, are applied to specific meridians and acupuncture points. Post-sessions, clients have tranquil moments to rest, followed by brief discussions about their experiences and the practitioner’s observations. The effects of Shiatsu treatments are often immediate, leaving clients feeling relaxed and energised. Some experience a delayed “wave of relaxation” hours after leaving the session. While a single treatment benefits everyone, a series of sessions is recommended for optimal results, given Shiatsu’s cumulative effects.

The frequency of sessions varies for each individual, as Shiatsu is not a quick fix. Chronic conditions may require more time for resolution, highlighting the importance of a tailored and comprehensive approach to their well-being.

Benefits of Shiatsu

  • Pain relief: relieve and prevent back, neck and shoulder pain

  • Injury recovery: support to recover from injuries

  • Headaches: relieve and prevent headaches and general fatigue

  • Holistic self-care: stimulate the immune system and bring a sense of wellbeing

    • Mental clarity: contributes to mental clarity and improved focus.

    • Stress reduction: lowering brain frequencies leading to a state of deep relaxation and recovery from stress.

    • Joint health: incorporates joint stretching techniques for increased flexibility.

    What can Shiatsu help with?

    • anxiety
    • fertility
    • headaches
    • IVF
    • menopause
    • pain
    • pregnancy care
    • sleep issues
    • stress
    • trauma
    • gender transition,

    jin shin do

    Experience profound relaxation, pain relief, and holistic well-being with Jin Shin Do, an ancient Japanese acupressure technique designed to balance your body’s energy, offering a pathway to optimal health and vitality.

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    What is Jin Shin Do?

    Jin Shin Do is a unique and holistic body therapy that blends traditional Chinese medicine, classical Japanese techniques, Taoist philosophy, and Western psychology. This therapeutic approach involves the application of gentle, yet precise finger pressure to specific acupoints on the body, facilitating the release of tension and promoting the free flow of energy, or Qi. By harmonising the body’s energy pathways, Jin Shin Do aims to restore balance and promote overall well-being. It provides therapists with valuable insights into the client’s needs and goals, allowing for a targeted yet comprehensive approach. Recognised as a significant Asian body therapy by esteemed organizations such as the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM®) and the American Organization for Bodywork Therapy of Asia (AOBTA®), Jin Shin Do offers a transformative experience, fostering a deep sense of relaxation and contributing to the harmonious integration of body and mind.

    A typical session

    In a typical Jin Shin Do session, the practitioner employs a gentle, hands-on approach to facilitate the release of tension and promote overall well-being. Rooted in traditional Chinese medicine and influenced by Japanese acupressure techniques, Jin Shin Do combines deep breathing, mindful awareness, and subtle pressure on specific acupoints, known as “Safety Energy Locks.”

    Clients remain fully clothed during the session, lying comfortably on a massage table. The practitioner uses their fingers, elbows, or other tools to apply precise pressure to key points along energy pathways, aiming to balance the body’s life force energy, or “Qi.” This process helps to harmonise the body’s natural flow of energy, releasing blocked or stagnant areas and encouraging relaxation. Clients often report a sense of deep relaxation, reduced stress, and improved energy flow following a Jin Shin Do session, contributing to a holistic approach to health and wellness.

    Benefits of Jin Shin Do

    • Promotes deep relaxation, helping to alleviate stress and tension.
    • The technique is effective in managing various types of pain, including muscular discomfort and headaches.
    • By targeting specific acupoints, Jin Shin Do aims to balance the body’s energy flow (Qi), fostering overall well-being.
    • Enhanced sleep quality and better sleep patterns after Jin Shin Do sessions.
    • The practice acknowledges the mind-body connection, and clients often report emotional release and a sense of emotional balance.
    • It addresses physical, mental, and emotional aspects, supporting a holistic approach to health.
    • Practitioners often incorporate mindfulness and breath awareness into sessions, promoting a heightened sense of self-awareness.
    • It is a non-invasive practice that can be performed fully clothed, making it accessible and comfortable for many individuals.

    What can Jin Shin Do help with?

    • muscular tension and pain
    • stress and anxiety
    • headaches and migraines
    • sleep disorders
    • emotional imbalances
    • digestive issues
    • chronic fatigue
    • hormonal imbalances
    • immune system support
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    • preventive wellness

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