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  • Do you offer trials?
    For sports massage we offer $10 off your first massage using code "FIXMEUP10" Each person can only use the code once for any 1 massage. For Recuperative massages we do have ongoing trials at $68
  • Do I need to purchase a plan to come for massage?
    No, Knotty Strokes offers both single session and package options for massage therapy services. You are welcome to purchase a single session at your convenience.
  • What should I expect during my first sports massage session at Knotty Strokes?
    During your first sports massage session at Knotty Strokes, your massage therapist will take the time to discuss your health history and any areas of the body that are causing you discomfort. Your therapist will then use a variety of massage techniques to target those areas, helping to relieve pain and improve your range of motion. You can expect your session to last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, and you may feel some soreness afterwards. If you have any questions or concerns during your session, be sure to let your massage therapist know.
  • How often should I have a sports massage?
    It depends on your individual needs and lifestyle. In general, if you are an active athlete, you should have a sports massage at least once a month. If you are an occasional athlete, you should have a sports massage at least once every three months. At Knotty Strokes, we can help you decide what the best frequency of sports massages is for you.
  • What is a suitable age for one to come for a sports massage?
    13 years old and above. Children whom are very active, or suffer from aches and pains, can also come for a sports massage. The masseuse will attune their techniques to suit the child, ensuring relief. For children 18 and below, it is mandatory that a parent accompanies them for their appointment.
  • Do I have to make payment before attending the session?
    Yes, Knotty Strokes requires payment before attending the session. We accept paynow or paylah to our business number 88741225. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.
  • Sports massage & Tui Na (accupoint massages), are they the same?"
    No, sports massage and Tui Na (accupoint massages) are not the same. Sports massage is a form of massage therapy that focuses on targeting the muscles and connective tissues of the body in order to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and improve overall performance. Tui Na is an ancient Chinese form of bodywork that involves the use of finger pressure to stimulate acupoints along the body's energy pathways. The goal of Tui Na is to restore balance and health to the body's energy pathways.
  • Do you have any male therapists?
    Yes we do, Joseph is currently our only male therapist
  • Should I get a 30 or 50 min sports massage?
    The length of massage session you should get depends on your individual needs. If you have a specific injury or area of tension that needs to be addressed, a 50 minute session would allow more time for Knotty Strokes to focus on that specific area. However, if you are looking for a more general overall massage, then a 30 minute session would be suitable.
  • What kind of injuries can be managed with sports massage?
    Injuries that are caused by muscle tightness or overuse, can be managed with sports massage. Here are a few injuries that sports massage could help with: 1. Frozen Shoulder 2. Winged Scapula 3. Tennis Elbow 4. Golfer's Elbow 5. Trigger Finger 6. Achilles Tendonitis 7. Back pulls/sprains
  • Which massage [Upper or Lower body] should I get?
    Here is what each massage consists of: Upper body massages: Lower back, mid back, upper back, shoulders, neck, arms Lower body massages: Calf, hamstrings, glutes, hips, quads, shin However, should you have lower back pain, it is mostly due to your tight lower body. If you are unsure, just book any session, and inform your masseuse of your specific aches & pains so she can serve you better. (:
  • I just gave birth, can I come for a sports massage?"
    Yes you can, of course only if your doctor advises you that it is okay. The whole process of childbirth is a huge strain on the body, particularly in your abdomen, lower back and hips. Breastfeeding in an unsuitable position may also lead to soreness in your upper back. Sports massage can help to increase the flow of blood and oxygen to your muscles, relaxing your body.
  • I live the couch potato life, can I still get a sports massage?"
    Anyone & everyone who suffers from aches & pains can and should do a sports massage to alleviate your symptoms.
  • Will I be sore after getting a sports massage?
    By giving your muscles a deep tissue massage, it stimulates muscles that you may not usually use, causing delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). You will definitely feel sore, especially in areas that are weaker and would eventually require more massage sessions to ease the tension.
  • Do you offer couple massages?
    Yes, Knotty Strokes offers couple massages. Our couples massage services are tailored to the needs of each couple, so please contact us for more information. We have 2 therapists on Mondays & Saturdays.
  • What is recuperative therapy?
    Recuperative therapy is a type of massage therapy that focuses on helping the body recover from physical and emotional traumas. At Knotty Strokes, our recuperative therapy utilizes a combination of techniques to help restore optimal physical and mental health. We tailor each session to the individual's needs to ensure they are provided with the best possible care.
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