Benefits of deep tissue massage Birmingham
Book a deep tissue massage to your home or hotel in Birmingham city centre and beyond
Our strongest pressure massage for tackling tight muscles
Helps with post-exercise soreness
Why get a deep tissue massage?
With pressure that builds up gradually, deep tissue massage targets knots that deep in the connective tissue (fascia) and stressed, overworked muscles. It can help relieve both acute and chronic joint and muscle pain, boost blood flow and lower inflammation to speed up healing.
What to expect from your home deep tissue massage
Your mobile massage therapist will arrive at your home or hotel with a massage table and oils for the treatment. You'll just need to provide some towels and clear floorspace for the table.
After a consultation, your Urban therapist will perform a full body massage using their elbows, fists and forearms to break down adhesions and scar tissue in the muscles. We recommend booking at least 90 minutes to get the most from this massage style.
About deep tissue massage Birmingham
With Urban, you can book a professional deep tissue massage to your home or hotel.
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Areas of Birmingham we cover: the city centre, Solihull & Shirley, Sutton Coldfield & Erdington
We believe the best massage is one that comes to you! Nothing beats the convenience of enjoying a deep tissue massage at home.
Urban is the UK's largest on-demand massage app, having delivered over 1 million treatments. Urban therapists are pre-vetted and qualified, and can be with you in just one hour.
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A deep tissue massage releases tension and knots in the deeper levels of the muscle tissue by applying increasing levels of pressure. Toxins may be released from the muscles more easily due to the treatment's intensity.
Don't book a deep tissue massage if you're unwell with flu or fever symptoms, or if you have a contagious skin disease.
It's also unsuitable for anyone with diabetes.
If you’re pregnant, try our specialist pregnancy massage, bookable from your second trimester onwards.
No, a deep tissue massage shouldn't hurt, and you should always tell your therapist if you experience any discomfort. However, it's normal to experience some minor discomfort as your therapist applies more pressure. Deep tissue massage is powerful, so you might initially feel tired after receiving one.
Depending on the cause of your lower back pain, a deep tissue massage may help. You may be better served by our specialist injury/pain management massage, designed to treat common conditions like frozen shoulder, pinched nerves, shoulder, and lower back pain.
Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, which will support the increased blood flow and flush out toxins. But stay away from alcohol and coffee.
Enjoy a warm bath: If your muscles are feeling a bit sensitive post-massage (which is normal), this might help.
Give yourself time to rest: Take a nap, or at the very least, put your feet up and sip some water while listening to relaxing music.