Welcome to Sports Massage Bedford

Sports Massage Bedford has a fundamentally different approach from all other forms of massage. It is deep tissue massage designed to assist in correcting problems and imbalances in soft tissue, i.e. muscles, tendons and ligaments, often caused by repetitive, strenuous physical activity or trauma.

We have put together a great team of therapists who have a like-minded approach to sports massage and sports injury treatment, along with the relevant insurance and ISRM (Institute for Sport and Remedial Massage) or SMA (Sports Massage Association) membership. So whichever therapist you book with you can be assured you will receive a competent effective service.

Most people who have a sports massage on a regular basis are less prone to injuries. You also have to take into account the mental benefit of sports massage. You cannot put a price on feeling fit and ready for an event, it will really give you an edge.

We use different techniques to manipulate soft tissue, to relax it, repair it or simply maintain it. We have a very diverse range of clients from elite athletes to people who do little of no exercise, often office and desk based simply needing stress and posture issues rectified.
You may be given some homework! Yes, some movements or stretches to help improve the situation.

We have many clients who do exercise and train and compete who have regular maintenance massage. Occasionally they will need injury

What Clients Say about us

“I put a lot of my achievements and personal bests down to receiving this bi weekly soft tissue work…”

Louise – Bedford

“I was certain I would not be able to run but Ken worked wonders in two massages that week and I completed London in a PB…”

Mark – Bedford

“The massage you gave me really opened my eyes to what massage can really be, and not just the traditional, “stroke-your-back-for-30-minutes-while-we-play-whale-music” kind of thing, it was focused and purposeful…”

Nicole – Bedford

Meet the Team

Ken Parsons’ background in massage started back in 2001. Having experienced work-related stress he decided to do something about it. Ken wanted to learn how to ease the symptoms and eliminate the issue. This led him on to study for a diploma in anatomy and physiology at Bedford College….