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sports massage in vail

Whether you live in the Vail Valley or you’re here on vacation, you’re undoubtedly loving the great conditions this winter season!

Something you might not love as much? Those tired, aching muscles after a long day on the slopes. Skiing is an incredible full-body workout, as your sore body can probably attest to.

What’s the solution? Sports massage in Vail isn’t just a luxury. It’s one of the best things you can do to keep your body in top shape for skiing or snowboarding.

How much do you know about sports massage and its benefits? Here are 4 reasons you should schedule a massage before your next day on the hill.

1. Pain Reduction

Like other types of massage, sports massage is designed to loosen your stiff muscles and make you feel fantastic.

Sports massage focuses on the parts of your body where you feel the most tension and pain. Whether it’s from an old injury or recent overuse (like multiple days of skiing), tight muscles can cause a lot of pain of discomfort.

Your therapist will use techniques like kneading, gliding, and stretching to push lactic acid out of those sore muscles. As a result, you’ll wake up the next day feeling refreshed and ready to go.

2. Improved Range of Motion

Tight muscles, scar tissue, and other adhesions can reduce your flexibility. When your joints can’t move as freely as they should, this leaves you wide open for injury.

Sports massage includes techniques to move your joints through their proper range of motion. Your therapist will also address any problem areas from injury or overuse and work to restore mobility to those joints.

Keeping your muscles, tendons, and ligaments loose is vital for preventing injuries. After your massage, you’re sure to notice a difference in your flexibility.

3. Reduced DOMS

Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is the reason everything hurts after a long day of activity. It happens after unfamiliar strenuous exercise (such as skiing for the first time since last season).

DOMS usually peaks 24-48 hours after the activity. If you’re only in town for a few days, this means you could be sore (and miserable) for most of your vacation.

Sports massage helps to reduce the onset of DOMS by eliminating lactic acid and other wastes from your tired muscles. You’ll recover faster, feel less sore, and have more energy for your next day of skiing.

4. Better Sleep

You might already be struggling to sleep due to jetlag or altitude sickness. If your body hurts from skiing too, you’re unlikely to get the rest your body needs to recoup.

Massage is powerful not only for your body but also for your mind. It decreases stress and boosts serotonin levels, both of which will help you drift off at night.

The more good quality rest you get, the better you’ll feel inside and out (and the better you’ll perform on the hill).

Ready to Book Your Sports Massage in Vail?

A long day of skiing is hard work. The recovery process doesn’t have to be.

The best way to ease those aches and pains is with a sports massage in Vail (or one of our three other locations). Our skilled therapists are ready to loosen you up and get you back onto the slopes ASAP.

Click here to learn more about our massages and affordable pricing options. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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