Massage for Golfers

If you are visiting Dundee and Angus to play our excellent golf courses including the Carnoustie Championship Course and the Open qualifying courses. The Tranquility Zone can provide you with a range of massage treatments to relax and relieve stiffness. Visit us in our treatment room in Monifieth or we can visit you. Our golfer's massage is designed to ease tension and increase flexibility.
  

What are the benefits?

Massage has many benefits including improved circulation , muscle relaxation and pain relief.

If a muscle is stiff because of a long day on the course, getting oxygenated blood to the area improves the condition rapidly.With your golf muscles relaxed they will function efficiently, reducing the risk of "strain," and producing consistently better shots.

Anytime you have pain, you're not maximizing your golf swing. Instead you're making a modified swing that guards against the pain, which of course makes a big difference when you're trying to hit the ball. When you have an injury, or experience pain, those muscles shut down and other muscles kick in to help the injured ones. It's hard to swing well if you have aches and pains.

When you are stressed, you're often unconsciously clenching your shoulders and arms. This is counterproductive to the normal motion of the joint and tight muscles severely restrict your golf swing. Because massage reduces anxiety and gives the sense of well-being, this allows the golfer to stay relaxed and swing more fluidly. Being relaxed and feeling good allows one to play better.

Post-round massage increases circulation in the muscle tissues, helping to prevent build-up of harmful "fatigue" products resulting from strenuous exercise and competition.

How massage benefits golf

Massage has many benefits including improved circulation , muscle relaxation and pain relief.

If a muscle is stiff because of a long day on the course, getting oxygenated blood to the area improves the condition rapidly.With your golf muscles relaxed they will function efficiently, reducing the risk of "strain," and producing consistently better shots.

Anytime you have pain, you're not maximizing your golf swing. Instead you're making a modified swing that guards against the pain, which of course makes a big difference when you're trying to hit the ball. When you have an injury, or experience pain, those muscles shut down and other muscles kick in to help the injured ones. It's hard to swing well if you have aches and pains.

For prices details see our prices page.  

Making an appointment

To make an appointments, at a time to suit you, in our relaxing treatment room in Monifieth, Dundee, please contact Jenny:

Phone:        01382 530838

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