Ged Musto, Personal Trainer Hereford, Herefordshire, Shropshire. - Massage / Sports Therapy
GED MUSTO - AWARD WINNING PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER AND SPORTS THERAPIST
               Remedial / Sports Massage / Sports Therapy : 
 




 
"Appliance, Breathing, Control, Direction, and Execution..The 5 Golden Rules of Massage"
              GED MUSTO
 
 
Ged is fully qualified in Sports and Remedial Massage since 1991 and holds a Higher National Diploma in Sports Therapy, and a Higher National Certificate in Sports Therapy, Exercise Therapy and Rehabilitation, he has used these to great extents within the Personal Training and with Rugby Clubs both in Wales and England.
 
Ged is found on The Complementary Therapy Guide and also under UK Therapy, click on the link for further details.
 
 
He is a very accomplished masseur and therapist, and one of a very select few in the UK who manages to transfer maximum heat through his hands in such a short amount of time, and this process has given him instant healing powers, thus gaining the nickname from his clients as 'magic hands' and the impressive testimonials on the website are testament to this, using his own unique method, Ged's results are outstanding and his costs is quite simply full value for money. 
 
Ged has a mobile full size folding massage table which he takes to his clientelle and can be set up within a minute, over the years amongst the clients who have experienced his massage skills has included Lenny Henry, Monty Don, and Joanne Whalley-Kilmer.
 
 
 
He recently had the privilege of being chosen as the Sports Therapist for the Herefordshire and Shropshire region to sports massage a group of cyclists who rode from John 'o' Groats to Lands End in 10 days, all riding for tremendous charities. This is the link to the Day 7 journey which culminated in me delivering the massages, and receiving a great write up in the process.
 
Having very recently sports massaged a group of 7 cyclists in a 2 and half hour stint, Ged is now seen as the main sports masseur for cyclists visiting the county.

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To see some of the other glowing comments, please go to the 'Massage Testimonials' page:
 
 
 
So, what are the benefits of Massage?
 
Massage can:
 
  • Increase blood flow
  • Enhance body awareness
  • Identify problem areas before they develop into injuries
  • Remove trigger points formed as a result of injury
  • Relax and stretch muscles
  • Improve range of motion
  • Restore suppleness and elasticity
  • Relieve pain and stress
  • Free muscle adhesions and soften scar tissue caused by injury or overuse
  • Improve circulation
  • Flush out toxins that cause muscle stiffness and soreness
  • Relax the body and mind
  • Speed recovery and healing from exertion
 




Remedial / Sports Massage
(Depending on Location)
30 Minutes: £20-40
45 Minutes: £30-60
One Hour: £35-70
Ten One Hour Sessions: £325-650
More than Ten Sessions: £Call



 

 
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