What We Offer

30 Minutes: $49 | 60 minutes $75 | 90 Minutes $99 | 120 Minutes $129

Cupping Add On To Any Treatment: $15

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Click on the tabs below in order to learn about all the incredible services we offer at Kinetic Sports Massage and Therapy

Sports Massage

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Recommended 60 to 90 minute treatment

Sports massage is not a particular form of massage itself, but rather an integration of techniques and modalities tailored to suit the athlete’s needs.

The goals of Sports massage include:

  • Keeping the athletes muscles pliable
  • Alleviating soreness
  • Breaking up adhesions in the muscle
  • Increasing flexibility

The overall objective of a maintenance program is to help an athlete, at any activity level reach optimal performance through injury-free training and regular sport-specific massage.

Sarasota Reservations

Bradenton Reservations

Swedish Massage

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A full-body massage using lotion, oil or cream. The depth of pressure is adjusted to meet the client’s needs.

  • Alleviates soreness
  • Promotes relaxation
  • Enhances restorative sleep

Sarasota Reservations

Bradenton Reservations

Deep Tissue Massage

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Recommended 60 to 90 minute treatment

The strokes are slower to allow for firmer, deeper pressure. A full body massage that allows focus on a particular area or muscle group when necessary.

  • Alleviating soreness
  • Promotes relaxation
  • Enhances restorative sleep

Sarasota Reservations

Bradenton Reservations

Table Thai

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Recommended 60 to 90 minute treatment

An alternative is Thai on the Table. Some clients are more comfortable on the table than on a mat. We can adapt most techniques to fit the massage table. Table thai can be performed after a regular massage as an add on. Stretching while the muscles are warm has proven positive results.

  • Breaking up adhesions in the muscle
  • Increasing flexibility
  • Keeping the athletes muscles pliable
  • Alleviating soreness

Sarasota Reservations

Bradenton Reservations

Neuromuscular Massage

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Recommended 60 to 90 minute treatment

Neuromuscular Therapy applies pressure to specific points (trigger points) to relieve spasm and pain in the muscles. It often follows a protocol in dealing with specific problem areas. It can be used alone or in conjunction with other modalities.

  • Increasing flexibility
  • Enhances restorative sleep
  • Alleviating soreness
  • Breaking up adhesions in the muscle

Sarasota Reservations

Bradenton Reservations

Types of Massage

What type of massage is best suited for you? There are hundreds of modalities to choose from. Massage Therapy is as much of an art form as it is a science. Light, palliative care has as many benefits as deep, specific ‘ “hurt so good” work does. Sometimes an hour… Read more

How Often Should You Get a Massage?

How often should you get a massage? Bob Hope and Lance Armstrong were said to get a massage nearly everyday! Bob Hope lived to be over 100 and Lance won the Tour de France seven times! Hmmmmm, maybe there is something to massage?!! Investing in ones health is not easy… Read more

Athletic Massage

Massage Therapy has long been known to have amazing benefits, most notably the ability to initiate the relaxation response in our bodies. Recently it has become more popular among athletes. Most athletes want to reduce muscle soreness and increase healing. Runners in particular are on the lookout for ways to… Read more

Thai Massage for Athletes

Thai Massage for Athletes Traditional Thai massage is performed on a mat with the client dressed in comfortable clothing. The purpose is to initiate the relaxation response thereby stretching and softening the muscles and increasing range of motion. Traditional Thai massage also focuses on energy flow-Sen lines. Acupressure is used… Read more

Shin Splints

Shin splints Dreaded Shin Splints, every runner is familiar with them. The term “shin splints” is actually a group of symptoms that can involve pain on the medial side or lateral side of the lower leg. They don’t go away with activity and tend to get worse the more you… Read more

Self-care for Therapists

Should a massage therapist massage with an injury. The answer is “it depends.” Every Joe has an opinion on if you should massage with an injury. Whether an injury was directly related to massage or due to outside factors. There are three rules to keep in mind before deciding to… Read more