Wirral Sport and Remedial Massage Service

            Frequently Asked Questions and Prices.


Is sports massage just for people who play sport?

Sports massage can benefit most people. Everyone has experienced aches and pains from the stresses of work, poor posture, sporting injury, and emotional stresses.

Massage can relieve tension, breakdown scar tissues and free muscular adhesion's  increase blood circulation, relieve pain and tenderness and enhance recovery. Advanced massage techniques such as trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage or myofascial release will be used to address your particular needs.

Even if you are not a sports person you can still receive the benefits of sport and remedial massage.

How long does it take?

The initial consultation normally lasts an hour and a quarter with subsequent visits lasting approximately an hour.


Is massage safe. Do I need a doctors permission to receive massage?

Normally you don't need a doctors permission but some pre-existing conditions can be adversely effected by massage. A full consultation will take place on your first visit. Massage will not be performed on anybody if it is not safe to do so. In some cases a doctors permission would be required before the treatment can commence.

 What should I wear?

For the most part shorts and a T-shirt are fine. You will be covered at all times to keep you warm, modest and comfortable.The area being worked on at the time is the only area not covered.





Initial consultation  and first treatment             £30.00

Subsequent treatments                                   £30.00

Payment Methods

credit cards

We accept Mastercard, Maestro, Visa and Cash.


myofascial release on client

 To book an appointment contact Larry Howard on 07768225580 or email :energizesportsmassage@yahoo.co.uk

 Contraindications of massage

Being massage therapists, we usually tell people about the benefits a massage can give you. Nevertheless, there are instances where getting a massage is not the best treatment a person may need. They are usually called massage contraindications, meaning that a person may have a condition where a massage on a single part of the body or the whole body would not be beneficial to the individual. Some of there contraindications are as follows:

  •  A high temperature
  • Infectious and acute disease
  • Inflammation
  • Varicose veins
  • High blood pressure
  • Fractures, burns or bleeding
  • Opens sores or lesions 
  • Blood clots
  • Osteoporosis 

This list does not cover all contraindications so if in doubt consult your doctor first.  If you have a resent injury, say a sprained ankle with in the first 24 hours the best course of action is to follow the first aid principles of R.I.C.E
  • Rest
  • Ice 
  • Compression
  • Elevation
(nb, you should apply ice in fifteen-minute intervals- homemade ice packs of ice cubes and a towel will work as well as a commercial one. You do not want to put the ice pack directly to the skin or let it sit on the area for long periods.) It may also be advisable to see your doctor at this point.