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Welcome to Blue Sky Sports Massage, I’m Louise and I am a Level 4 trained Sports and Deep Tissue remedial massage therapist iTEC qualified. Fully insured and registered with the Ctha – Complimentary therapies association.

I decided to become  a Sports and deep tissue massage therapist as a way to help people with their muscle tension and help them feel better and free up movement. I can work from your scalp to the tip of your toes. Working from Litte Snoring just outside  Fakenham, Norfolk.


Anyone can benefit from Sports Remedial Massage, it doesn’t need to be a Sport related issue. It doesn’t matter if your muscular aches and pains are due to injury training or day to day activities. It is beneficial to the treatment of soft tissue injuries and with muscular problems caused by driving / sitting at a desk, manual work / gardening or stress. 

Sports massage deals directly with the body’s soft tissues, working on the muscles, tendons and fascia.

Sports and remedial massage is also often recommended after physiotherapy or chiropractic treatment in the rehabilitation of injuries. Treatment will be customised specifically for you. Tailored to your needs.

Mobile appointments available for treatment in the comfort of your own home.




*Also training in Oncology Massage, designed for cancer patients. Im hoping to add this treatment in the new year.


Sports Massage

A Sports Massage treatment is focused on specific areas of the body where we have pain & tension. Following a Postural Analysis a variety of massage and stretching techniques incorporating Swedish massage may be applied to work deeper into the areas of tension. This helps prevent injury, enhance performance and reduce stiffness, increase muscle elasticity and joint mobility. Should injury occur help with its treatment & rehabilitation. Including trigger point therapy which is a technique that addresses muscle knots which are sections of bunched up tissue. Knots can be from over use, poor posture, chronic pain, stress and other imbalances. Knots limit blood flow to the muscle and pull on the muscle, they can reduce movement. To address these areas pressure is applied directly on the knot for up to 2 minutes. This is like Reset for the muscle fibres. As pressure is applied, the surrounding area will be flooded with blood & promote better muscle fibre position as they release.
Deep tissue massage addresses stubborn stiff and sore areas. It promotes endorphin release and typically targets problem areas in the muscle or fascia ( a tough thick layer below the skin of connective tissue that separates layers and surrounding muscle.

Myofascial Release Massage

Using a variety of myofascial release techniques that focus on gently stretching the fascia. These are the connective tissues surrounding muscles, tendons, and ligaments in the body. Myofascial massage techniques involve the therapist applying gentle forces in opposing directions, which relaxes the tissues. It can help ease pain and increase mobility in the tissues and surrounding muscles. Another benefit is reduction in scar tissue and reduction in the pain the scar can cause elsewhere in the body. This massage is done without oil can can be done on its own or before starting any of the above massage. 

Maintenance Massage

A Maintenance massage is a more general massage used for overall tightness, through the legs, back, shoulders, neck. The masseuse will work as she finds using a variety of massage techniques. It helps you keep going in your job or exercise, preventing injury and improving recovery, reduced stiffness. Flushing any toxins or lactic acid build up and improving circulation. 

Swedish Massage

It is a far lighter style of massage and can be applied to the whole body to increase blood and lymphatic flow. Swedish massage uses techniques called effleurage, petrissage, kneading and tapotement or percussion. Relieving tension loosening up tight muscles caused by daily activities, stress and anxiety, decreased fatigue and increasing circulation. Creating a calming and balancing affect on the nervous system. Relax, Revive and Revitalise.

Dry Cupping Therapy

Myofascial Dry Cupping is a technique used in conjunction with massage therapy, acupuncture and dry needling. Cupping pulls blood to a region to stimulate healing. It is effective at Stretching Tight Fascia and Muscles. Cupping helps the tissue develop new blood flow and stimulates the healing process. Cupping is generally painless you may feel a pulling or pinching sensation.
Cupping can be found in different cultures such as Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
The Sports therapist’s aim is to target the musculoskeletal system to REDUCE MUSCULAR TENSION and RESTORE RANGE OF MOVEMENT.
Cupping can be used on Acupuncture points, On TRIGGER POINTS, moved along acupuncture channels. Can be used OVER OLD SCAR TISSUE, to aid mobility and help develop pliability within the tissue layers. Can be used on an area that is non-responsive to massage.
Dry Cupping can be used in conjunction with Sports Massage or as a Stand-Alone treatment.
Key Benefits
  • Increased circulation to the muscle, fascia and skin, which increases oxygenation and nutrient levels within the soft tissue.
  • Increases the removal of chemical irritants within muscle and fascia and the removal of stagnant blood.
  • Increases the removal of oedema after injury.
  • Cause micro trauma which leads to sterile inflammation and renewed healing process.
  • Produces a stretch reflex in fascia and connective tissue, which increases mobility at the joint.
  • Can be used over old scar tissue to aid mobility and help develop pliability within the tissue layers. Cupping techniques that include active movement stimulate the nervous system and aid in re-educating muscle memory and proprioception.
  • Aids in management of pain, as cupping therapy reduces muscular tension, nerve compression and irritation through build-up of chemical irritants, whilst increasing range of movement.
  • Works well in conjunction with other therapy such as sports and remedial massage, joint mobilisations and dry needling, medical acupuncture and heat therapy.

Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy massage offers mothers to be the perfect opportunity to unwind and reconnect, to take the load off your feet and relax.
As with other massages you will lay on a massage table side lying with additional cushions for your comfort. Typically you will lay predominantly on your side, ending with a little time on your back. Deeper tissue techniques will be avoided and more gentle techniques will be used.
During pregnancy, the woman’s body goes through many changes. 
A pregnancy massage will be mindful of these. For example, blood volume during pregnancy increases by as much as 50%. This causes pressure on the lower legs, so light relacing and long strikes which help circulation are used. Increased blood circulation helps oxygen and other nutrients to move around your body and more freely, therefore reaching your baby. This helps with overall health and development of the baby.
Pregnancy Massage can be any time after the first trimester (12 weeks). Consult your Midwife or GP before receiving this treatment.
This is a 60 minute treatment £40.
Pregnancy Massage Benefits provide relief from:
  • Aches and Pains
  • Joint Pain
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Sciatic Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Headaches
  • Improve sleep, reduced fatigue and insomnia by promoting relaxation
  • Reduce swelling to the hands, feet and ankles
  • Improved circulation



Remedial massage can be effective for muscular & joint pain to imbalance & weakness, over use and repetitive strain injuries and accidents. Conditions and problems which can benefit include:



If you are a new client I will need to take some details from you, talk about your general health to make sure massage is suitable for you and that you get the most effective treatment. Conduct a postural analysis before starting a treatment.

What should i wear?

For the massage you will usually be asked to disrobe to your underwear, you could wear loose fitting shorts, however you will be covered by towels only exposing the part of the body being worked on. 

How often should I have a massage?

How often you have a massage is your choice. Some people incorporate massage as part of their weekly training routine. Or find that a weekly massage helps with their stress levels. Others find that a maintenance massage treatment every few weeks or months works for them.

Can a Child have a massage?

Children under the age of 18 should be accompanied by an adult.



Please feel free to contact me via:


Call, Text or WhatsApp




8 Hares Close, Little Snoring, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0NZ.





Gift Vouchers are available for a 60 minutes or longer treatment, Or for a number of treatments, Or for a given value such as £15 towards a treatment, that the recipient can put towards a treatment.