Matt is one of the team at Bodyworks and because I’ve seen him multiple times in the past I prefer to stick with him when I visit. He knows about me and my history and he always does a great job sorting out my aches and pains!
(Bodyworks have an easy-to-use online booking system which makes it easy to choose the treatment or therapist of your choice, should you have a preference.)
As already mentioned, because I’m very active my muscles require regular massage to prevent knots, trigger points and ultimately pain and discomfort.
Despite regular stretching, foam rolling and other soft tissue work, inevitably aches and pains will appear that require expert attention, which is why I visit Bodyworks.
But really, whether it’s because you’re very active and regularly subjecting your muscles to strain like I do, or simply because you spend too much time behind a desk (don’t we all), it’s very important to look after your muscles properly.
Excessive and prolonged tension in the muscles can lead to muscle knots which can eventually become very painful and even impact muscle function to the point of injury.
It’s for these exact reasons I recommend people go and visit Bodyworks, and why we refer our clients to the centre as well. I truly believe everyone can benefit from the massage and physiotherapy treatments they provide to stay pain free, injury free and in general good health.
So whether you’ve been struggling with an ache or injury for a while, or have noticed a new niggle appearing, I can highly recommend Bodyworks for help with that.
You can find Bodyworks at:
24A Melville Street
T: 0131 241 1833
You can also find out more about their treatments and book your appointment online on their website at www.bodyworksedinburgh.co.uk
And, if you want to learn more about Luke Bremner Fitness and the coaching services we can provide to help you lose weight and get back into living a healthier, happier life, you can book in for your complimentary consultation at our private personal training studio by clicking here.
We’ll be back next month with part 3 in our Healthy Living In Edinburgh series. If you have any feedback about the first 2 posts we’d love to hear from you. Also, if you have a business or want to recommend a business that would like to be featured in this series please get in touch.
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