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Monday: 0800 – 2000
Tuesday: 0800 – 2000
Wednesday: 0800 – 2000
Thursday: 0800 – 2000
Friday: 0800 – 2000
Saturday: 0800 – 2000
Sunday: Closed
Bank Holidays: Closed


Muscle Therapy

1 Hour – £40
Consultation Treatment

Sports Massage

1 Hour 30 minutes – £60
Deep Tissue Full Body

Pain Management

30 Minutes – £25
Follow Up Session Site Specific


Allow the body to get back to the position before injury.

Migraines and tension headache relief = focused at work at home.

Decreased stress and anxiety levels with a professional to not only chat to but also knead our muscle tension.

Improvements it mobility and movement.

Break down lactic acid after events.

Improved flexibility.

Can help with a better night's sleep.


Sadie Ferriday

Regular sports massage has helped to alleviate shoulder pain associated with repetitive motion in my work and carrying bags on one side. Marvin has also provided advised strengthening exercises to redress the muscle imbalance issues I have. My shoulder is much freer and the pain has been reduced since using his services.

Daljit Sandal

I have used AMT over the years to help with muscle tightness for before and after mud runs.

Lisa Jo

AMT is great, they have treated my entire family. They are the first point of call when we get injured.

James Hamilton

I had spent a lot of money of time and money of chiropractors without it ever helping. I was referred to AMT through a family member. After my second visit my neck and shoulder pain has gone.

Leo Pearson

Having previously suffered from a lot of muscular pain in my shoulder, I visited AMT and they managed to rectify it and so far prevent it from coming back.

Dawn Hill

Highly recommended - I have nothing but great things to say. I was due to race a half marathon and couldn’t run further than a few mile due to calf cramping and one visit here sorted it out. I was straight into 6 miles 24 hours later, then after a pre race massage I ran without any injury and got a personal best that weekend.

Muscle Therapy

The techniques used in this massage are similar to those used in other holistic and therapeutic practices such as; Thai, Swedish, deep tissue, sports, physio, osteopathy. In this massage muscles are stripped down, any knots within the muscle will be worked out, tight and tense muscles will be worked on so they are less inflamed, pumped or tight/ tense. This practice can be uncomfortable and even painful, you could be sore for a few days after. As a result of this massage you will have better range of movement, improved flexibility, healthy muscles, improved performance and reduced tension.

After being greeted, you will complete a medical history form. The practitioner will take notes and listen to your injuries and muscular issues. The practitioner may ask you to do some mobility exercises and may also ask you to complete some flexibility tests. The practitioner will show you (using a 3D model) what muscles may be causing the issue and how they plan to approach the treatment in order to help with your muscular problems. The techniques used in this session are more advanced and may also be used by physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, reflexologists and sports masseurs. The techniques may include; deep tissue friction, vibration, stretching, muscle energy techniques, Trigger point therapy, soft tissue release and myofascial release. This practice can be uncomfortable and even painful, you could be sore for a few days after.

Sports Massage

This is not a treatment based massage. After completing your medical history form, you will proceed to the practitioners table where you are required to wear shorts, (If you forget to bring any don’t worry we will provide, some to borrow for the session), if female a bra or sports bra. Once on the practitioners table you will be covered with towels for your comfort and confidence. The practitioner will massage your hips, thighs, shins, chest, and arms before asking you to turn over. Then the practitioner will massage the backs of your legs, calves, glutes (bum), lower back, upper back, shoulders and neck. You may be asked to sit upright at his point so the practitioner can work the neck and shoulders much more effectively.

Pain Management

This is a follow up appointment to the treatment you received from muscle therapy. You do not need to complete another form, however he practitioner will ask if there are any changes to you health. The practitioner will look through your notes and continue treatment. This usually focuses on, around and at the site of muscular pain or discomfort. For the most effective treatment, the follow up is usually within 10 days of your initial appointment.

Techniques Used

Soft Tissue Release (STR) is an advanced massage technique widely used in assessing and stretching soft tissues; muscles, fascia, tendons and ligaments.

Trigger Point Therapy is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. A trigger point in the back, for example may produce referral pain in the neck. Trigger point massage therapy is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release.

Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) is a more advanced form of flexibility training, which involves both the stretching and contracting of the muscle group being targeted. PNF stretching is one of the most effective forms of stretching for improving flexibility and increasing range of motion.

How to Find Us

9 High House Avenue
Tel: 07790 896964
Email: [email protected]