Sports Massage Therapy

Exclusive Discount for MyFitZone members!

Rosie Sillet Sports Massage

I am delighted to be partnering with Rosie Sillett to offer a sports massage service to help you ease those aching muscles after a tough workout or just to relax your body and mind and reduce those stress levels a little.


Rosie trained with the London School of Sports Massage with a BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy. She decided to look into sports massage after spending years competing in sports and having suffered from muscular injuries herself. She became very interested in how the muscles in her body worked and found that being able to learn in-depth about the body and how it reacts to massage was incredible and wanted to assist others in reaching their full potential.

Sports Massage Therapy – How Can It Benefit You?

Sports massage therapy isn’t only geared towards athletes – it’s something everybody can benefit from. Whether you are a recreational or competitive athlete, desk-bound, or a parent, Rosie can tailor a treatment to suit your needs.

Remedial massage is a deep soft tissue treatment used to address specific problems. A range of hands-on techniques will be used with the aim to facilitate a change to the soft tissue layers, from superficial to deep with the primary goal is to reduce your pain.

Sports massage is designed to help you prepare your body for optimal performance, function well during training or recover after a big event. You will notice that sports massage promotes flexibility, reduces fatigue, helps prevent injuries and prepares the body and mind for optimal performance.

Rosie also specialises in pregnancy massage, which helps to relieve some discomfort & pain due to the release of endorphins and oxytocin during the massage.

25 reasons to get a massage:

1) Relieve stress
2) Boost immunity
3) Reduce anxiety
4) Manage low-back pain
5) Help fibromyalgia pain
6) Enhance exercise performance
7) Relieve tension headaches
8) Sleep better
9) Ease symptoms of depression
10) Improve cardiovascular health
11) Reduce the pain of osteoarthritis
12) Decrease stress in cancer patients
13) Improve balance in older adults
14) Decrease Rheumatoid Arthritis pain
15) Reduce muscle tension
16) Temper effects of dementia
17) Promote relaxation
18) Lower blood pressure
19) Decrease symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
20) Help chronic neck pain
21) Lower joint replacement pain
22) Increase range of motion
23) Decrease migraine frequency
24) Improve quality of life in hospice care
25) Reduce chemotherapy-related nausea

Please feel free to get in touch to discuss any requirements you may have and to book an appointment. Only £30 for a full sports massage for MyFitZone premium members and monthly class members.

Book here! Code MFZ

Text or call Rosie on 07536 019791

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What makes me feel good at what I do, is when I make someone else’s live better.

My Latest ‘Feel Good” Client…..

Recently I have been treating a 14 y/o girl with scoliosis. From day one I have always said to her that I will never fix her spine, but I will be able to ease day-to-day activities and slightly slow down the degree in which the spine is sitting.

1st picture you will see the x-ray showing a 49 degree curve to the right – taken in March 2017.
2nd picture shows a 56.2 degree curve which was taken recently – October 2017
3rd picture is the difference between the start of a treatment and half an hour later. I appreciate the angles are slightly different, but you will be able to see the scapula isn’t as elevated and the muscles look generally relaxed.
Most cases of idiopathic scoliosis occur between age 10 and the time a child is fully grown. Scoliosis is rarely painful—small curves often go unnoticed by children and their parents. In my clients case it was noticed during a riding lesson, where the instructor was asking her to sit up straight!
Although doctors don’t know the exact cause of idiopathic scoliosis, they do know that it is not related to specific behaviours or activities — like carrying a heavy backpack or having poor posture. However some lateral curves can develop along the spine if there is uneven muscle tension. These are most commonly caused by poor postural habits or excessive physical stress on one side of the body. Research shows that in some cases genetics plays a role in the development of scoliosis. Approximately 30% of patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis have a family history of the condition.
Most cases wont require treatments, some may require a brace and in my clients case, hers will require surgery.
If you would like to discuss any injuries or problems you may be experiencing, please don’t hesitate to contact me.