Sports Massage

For when it's time to work on specific muscle groups and get in deep to loosen up those tight tissues.

But what is a sports massage?

Sports Massage is when we manipulate muscles and joints to either help muscles recover after exercise OR to prevent possibly injury.

Head Practitioner Bjorn (Meribel & La Tania)

You can book both Sports Massage with a professional and experienced practitioner from 30mins/45mins/60mins/90mins. Our practitioners can focus on specific muscle groups within 30 min sessions. However, if you have two or more areas to work on (e.g. thighs and lower back), then we would suggest longer.

Massage Me options using sports massage



For head, shoulders, knees & toes. This is the full works to get you in peak condition.



For those who want to enjoy the final days of their holiday as much as the first.



Ease away stress and get in top condition with this back, neck & shoulder massage.

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From the shoulders up, this is a must for when your inner-self needs a hug.

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After a day in ski or board boots, treat your legs & feet to some much needed TLC.



Customize a re-energising massage & re-hydrating facial for winter-weathered skin.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’ve been recommended a sports or deep tissue massage but unsure about which to book?

Deep Tissue massage (although deep!) focuses on newer or smaller areas of tension or stress throughout the body. Sports Massage hones in on larger, older or more established knots or previous injuries. Massage Me’s qualified and experienced sports massage practitioners have more extensive knowledge of anatomy than those with a holistic/relaxing background. This means they will conduct things like a postural consultation and discuss any injuries with you before proceeding to the treatment.

Are sports massages painful?

Sports massage isn’t specifically relaxing and so you might feel some discomfort as the Massage Me practitioner works on you to release engrained muscle tension. However our team will keep communicating with you to make sure you are comfortable and not in any pain.

It is quite common however to feel some soreness or a little achy in the days after a sports massage. This will wear off over 48 - 72 hours.

What are the benefits of Sports massage?

Sports massage is the right choice if you have e.g. a reoccurring injury to a muscle group, which is common to sports like skiing or snowboarding. It is also a great option to PREVENT injury. So if you know that you are likely to experience a repeat injury/issue, take a sport massage early in your holiday to prevent injury later.

Sports massage is also a great option if you are looking to improve your performance - perhaps you have an intense week of off piste back country skiing - or maybe you are skiing for the first time and looking to make that adult learning experience easier! Sports massage early/repeated during your holiday can really elevate your experience!

When NOT to take Sports massage

Look at our other options if you :

  • Like a more relaxing massage - go for Swedish massage

  • Don’t like a hard pressure massage or are very sensitive to touch - again, go for a Swedish massage

  • Have a specific injury you want treatment for - try physiotherapy

  • Are pregnant - check out our mum-to-be massages for advice