Sports Massage to help prevent or recover from injury by Qualified Sports Masseur in Oxfordshire area.

Sports Massage

Masssage for Sports Injury & Recovery

One to one massage can help to prevent injuries/of to recover from injuries .

How could you benefit from Sport Massage?

  • Increased joint of range of motion (ROM)
  • Increased flexibility
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Decerased muscle tension
  • Decreased neurlogical excitability (nerves more relaxed)

For bookings and enquiries, please contact me via the contact page or stu@stu-fitness.co.uk

Stu's Qualifications

  • Level 3 Personal Trainer Diploma
  • Sports Massage Practitioner Diploma 
  • Level 3 Pilates Diploma
  • Level 3 Extended Diploma in Dance
  • Diet and Nutrition Advisor Diploma
  • Level 2 Diploma in Fitness Instructing (Exercise to Music)
  • I also teach Aerobics, Step, Legs Bums and Tums, Body Conditioning and Combat.
  • Level 2 Gym Instructor Certificate
  • I also teach HIIT, Circuits, Abs, Strength and Conditioning
  • Level 2 Aqua Fitness Instructor Certificate
  • Zumba Fitness Instructor Level 1 & 2, Zumba Gold, Zumba Toning, Zumba Gold toning, Zumba Step, Aqua Zumba, Strong by Zumba, Kids Zumba and Kids Junior Zumba
  • Les Mills Body Combat, Body Pump, Body Attack and Sh’bam
  • Certificate in Indoor Cycling
  • Certificate in Fitness FX, Jump, Blast, Pump, Stomp, Groove
  • Certificate in Kettlebells
  • Certificate in Boxercise
  • Bokwa Fitness Instructor Level 1
  • Street Fit Instructor Level 1
  • Water Fitness certificate
  • Water Fitness Pre and Post Natal certificate
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Public liability cover of up to £2 million and proffesional indemnity of up to £1 million.

I have a valid PPL music licence for playing music in a public space.

I have an up to date Basic DBS certificate
.

Places I’ve taught classes over the past 10 years

 

David Lloyd Oxford
Barton Leisure Centre
TFD Health and Fitness
Park Club Milton
Willowbrook Leisure Centre
Didcot Leisure Centre
Wantage Leisure Centre
DW Oxford
Park Club Oxford
Exercise Lounge
The Barn Fitness Club
Didcot Girls School
Abingdon leisure and tennis
Cornerstone arts centre

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