Sports Massage @ Prairie Girls Ball Tournament
May 27th, 28th, 29th 2016
Sport Massage is a specialty, although sport massage is not designated as a specialty, it is.
There are two specific treatments performed on athletes at sports events called pre and post event.
For pre event strokes of friction; compression and jostling. This technique compliments and enhances warm up, it does not eliminate warm up routines for the specific sport. Often there is specific stretches that will make a significant difference.
Post event is after the competition to help cool down, flush out the lactates and metabolite that build up during the competition. Post Event is an asset to the athlete to recover faster and with less delayed onset muscle soreness. There are 5 specific strokes that enhance the recovery from competition. Sports Massage Therapy at 3-4 day events are especially valuable.
Unity hosted the Girls Prairie League Soft Ball Tournament
Geraldine Barrett and Jolene Stabbler provided the Sports Massage to the girls.
30 Teams attended from Alberta and Saskatchewan.
The coaches were pleased to see this service on site. Coaches and ball players alike benefit from sports massage on site.
For more information on Sports Massage
Check out: csmta.ca
Thera are National certification programs for Sports Massage