Training for a 5K, 10K, half, full or ultra marathon?

Soft Tissue Therapy is a great tool to prevent injuries and it can also optimize your training and performance!

It’s important to deal with niggles right when they crop up, before they turn into an injury and may cause the runner to take a break from training or stop altogether. Overuse conditions become particularly prevalent as a runner starts to increase the mileage, weather by following a training plan or by trying to make up missed sessions.

Soft Tissue Therapy can help with:

  • muscle recovery post run and prepare them for the next run
  • identify and deal with niggles that may lead to an injury
  • reducing tightness, shortening and fatigue of tissues
  • relief stress and tension
  • reduce pressure around joints
  • relax mind and body and improve the overall well-being

A rest day is a good day for a treatment. Give me a call or send me a message to book your treatment & happy running!!

Published by ammann05

I'm a soft tissue therapist, a pilates instructor, family manager (two girls, a husband and a dog), event planner, travel agent, taxi driver, chef, baker, runner, tennis player, swim, football and rowing mum, blogger, photographer, artist, shopping genius, stand up paddler, traveler, life lover, ... Originally Swiss, from summer 2015 to summer 2018 we lived in Charlotte, North Carolina. The move to the US was a big and successful adventure for our family. We loved the American way of life and it was hard to leave after three years. Our home base for our new adventure is Linton, a village in rual Cambridgeshire close to Cambridge UK. I always loved to travel and explore new countries and cultures. With the opportunity to live for a couple of years abroad a dream came true.

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