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Exclusive Services

At am Sport Therapy & wellness studio, we offer four exclusive services to meet your unique needs. Our deep tissue and sports massages are perfect for relieving tension and aiding in injury recovery. Our Swedish massage promotes relaxation and improves circulation, while our cupping therapy helps release tension and promote healing. Let us help you relax, rejuvenate, and improve your well-being with our tailored services.

Sports Massage


Sports massage is a specialized form of massage that helps athletes prevent injuries, improve performance, and recover faster. It uses techniques like deep tissue massage, stretching, and trigger point therapy to target specific areas of the body, reducing soreness, increasing flexibility and range of motion.

Swedish Massage


Swedish massage is a popular relaxation massage technique that uses long strokes, kneading, and circular movements on the topmost layers of muscles. It's designed to promote relaxation, reduce stress and tension, and improve circulation throughout the body. This type of massage can also help improve flexibility, relieve muscle soreness, and increase overall feelings of well-being.

Deep Tissue


Deep tissue massage is a therapeutic massage technique that targets the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It uses slow, firm pressure and deep strokes to release chronic muscle tension and knots, reduce inflammation, and improve blood flow. This type of massage can be helpful for individuals dealing with chronic pain or recovering from an injury, and can help improve range of motion and flexibility.

Cupping Therapy


Cupping therapy is a technique that involves placing special cups on the skin to create suction. The suction can help release tension in the muscles, improve circulation, and promote healing. Cupping therapy is often used to alleviate muscle pain, reduce inflammation, and improve overall relaxation. The cups can be left in place for several minutes or moved around to target specific areas of the body.

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