Sports Massage Special Offer

by | Dec 13, 2018 | Back Pain, Pain, Physiotherapy

Sports Massage 3 for 2!


For a limited time only we are offering 3 for the price of 2 on Sports Massage at Spinal Physio with our Sports Massage Therapist Sam Hills.

Sam is a Level 5 Soft Tissue Therapist with a BSc (Hons) in Sports and Exercise Science. He enjoys treating all areas of the body and is passionate about achieving results for all his clients. You don’t need to be an Athlete to have a Sports Massage, everyone can benefit. An ideal Christmas gift to help those aching muscles, stiff joints or help prevent injury and maximise performance and recovery from training. So give someone the gift of health and fitness this year.

Normally an hour sports massage is £50 but if you want to take advantage of this offer then call us before the 21st of December to arrange your 3 for 2 package. That’s 3 hours of sports massage for an amazing £100.

Sessions are valid for a year so you can sign up now and get booked in whenever you want in 2019.

If you’d like this as a gift for a loved one we can arrange a personalised gift certificate but get in early so they can open it up on Christmas morning.

Sam is available throughout the day as well as 2 evenings a week and Saturday mornings also so don’t delay as the popular times will go quickly.

Quote code Sam342 when you attend or call and we’ll do the rest.

Limited slots so don’t delay.


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