Winter Sports Massage Offer

posted 14 Nov 2016, 02:46 by

Get £5 discount off Hour Sports Massage between now and the 1st Feb 2017. All you need to do is call 01912812021 or email quoting the discount code when you book.

Go to our facebook page to get this offer:

**Exercise of the Month**

posted 14 Nov 2016, 02:42 by

The Glutes Stretch

When your glutes are tight and fatigued they can cause you to have a sore lower back and hamstrings & effect your balance. Keeping them lose will aid to keep these ailments at get stretching!


Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet on the floor. Cross your right ankle onto your left knee. Float your left knee up and gently draw it towards your chest placing your hands behind the knee. Make sure you keep your pelvis in contact with the floor and keep you neck and shoulders relaxed.

Relax into the stretch and hold for 20-30 seconds. Repeat on both sides

Bike Fits

posted 14 Nov 2016, 02:39 by

Exercise of the Month

posted 28 Oct 2016, 05:34 by

**Exercise of the Month**

At this time of year we see lots of runners preparing for the off road season. Making sure your lower back is lose, your glutes are switched on and your core is strong are all key to aiding performance and preventing injury.

Luckily for you there's one exercise that you can do (especially before you head out for a run) that will tick all three boxes:

The Shoulder Bridge

Start laying on your back, knees bent, feet flat on the floor. Make sure your feet and knees are hip distance apart and you have a small gap under your lower back.

Tilt your pelvis so that you flatten your back into the floor underneath you.

Peel your spine piece by piece off the floor as you push your hips up to the ceiling, squeezing your glutes at the top.

Hold for a breath at the top and then slowly peel your spine back down placing the back of the rib cage, lower back and then your pelvis onto the floor.

Kate's Back

posted 5 Jan 2016, 04:52 by   [ updated 28 Aug 2016, 11:29 ]

Kate is returning to work after being off on maternity leave.

She will be working in the clinic on Thursdays and Fridays and running her Performance Pilates classes on Monday nights.

To book in with Kate or any other member of the team contact us on 0191 281 2021

Maternity Leave

posted 20 Jul 2015, 05:57 by   [ updated 28 Aug 2016, 11:30 ]

Congratulations are in order and best of luck to Kate as she leaves us at the end of the month to go on maternity leave.

Don’t worry you will all be in safe hands while she is off with Dawn, Jonny and Laura available to take Sport Massage appointments.

She will be returning to work later in the year and will restart her Pilates classes in January 2016.

A busy start to 2015

posted 20 Jul 2015, 05:51 by   [ updated 28 Aug 2016, 11:29 ]

As we move into spring and the nights get lighter, we've seen an increase in foot fall at the clinic.

All of our Physios and Sports Massage Therapists are working hard to keep you training and injury free.

If you have an upcoming event and want to book a pre or post event massage we'd suggest getting it booked in early to avoid disappointment.

We are also running a number of Pilates & Performance Pilates classes this year, so if you're looking to take on a new challenge, iron out those muscle imbalances and work on injury prevention get in touch.

Sports Massage Vacancy - Filled

posted 16 Mar 2015, 02:03 by   [ updated 28 Aug 2016, 11:30 ]

Due to increased demand, we are looking for another sports massage therapist to join the team at the clinic.

We are looking to bring on board a self-employed sport massage therapist to work alongside our existing team, starting as soon as possible into a busy list.

If you are a level 3/4 Therapist, who is motivated, hard working and a team player please send your CV to or call 0191 281 2021

New Performance Pilates Class April 2015

posted 10 Mar 2015, 01:56 by

We are staring a new Performance Pilates Class on the 1st April 2015. 
Wednesday nights 6-7pm. 
For more details email  or call us 0191 281 2021.

Pilates for Runners

posted 15 Oct 2014, 01:19 by

Pilates for Runners - New Beginners Course November 2014

Pilates is an effective form of prehabilitation (body maintenance and injury avoidance) and is a fundamental element of a runner’s training programme.

Running is a repetitive activity, so by its very nature this means that any weaknesses or imbalances in your body could potentially surface and result in a variety of lower limb injuries.

Pilates works to address these imbalances and improve overall body alignment and balance. 

For further details on classes or to book contact

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