T: 07809 123376


Sports & Remedial

Sports massage is a specialist massage technique used to treat muscle, tendon and ligament injury or damage.
 It can help anyone - not just athletes to heal aches and pains caused by the over use of muscles, or incorrect use of muscles. By using a combination of remedial and deep tissue massage, neuromuscular and muscle energy techniques during a personalised course of treatment,  
Sussex Massage Therapy can combine these specialised treatments alongside advice on remedial exercises to create a rehabilitation program suited to your own needs

Rock Tape

The popularity of Kinesiology tape increased dramatically after the 2008 Olympics.  More recently, the tape has become increasingly popular within the treatment for common "aches and pains" in musculoskeletal clinics including Sussex Massage Therapy.
Kinesiology taping works on pain, inflammation, muscle function, oedema and joint position


Western Medical Acupuncture involves the insertion of fine needles as per dry needling, but uses the meridians from Chinese Acupuncture.
It acts mainly by stimulating the nervous system to treat musculoskeletal pain, post-operative pain and nausea

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is becoming increasingly popular with manual therapists as part of their Continual Professional Development (CPD).  
Dry Needling uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the soft tissue to release trigger points within the muscle.  It provides a local tissue effect eliciting a classic triple response beginning the inflammatory response of increasing blood flow to that area and inducing pain relief at four levels

Corporate Massage

Sussex Massage Therapy offers a workplace massage service, using a portable massage chair and can be done at your desk or in a separate room.  The massage is designed to be relaxing and de-stressing and can benefit the employee and the company.
The massage is done through clothing



 T: 07809 123376
E: [email protected]
Queen Elizabeth Avenue
Burgess Hill 



Monday 10am - 2.30pm     6.30pm - 9pm

Tuesday 10am - 2.30pm    6.30pm - 9pm

Wednesday 10am - 2.30pm 

Thursday 10am - 2.30pm   6.30pm - 9pm 



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