Sore and inflamed muscles, tendons and ligaments are best treated with ice both immediately after exercise and or injury, and for a few days afterwards. The use of ice (cryotherapy) as an ongoing treatment has become increasingly popular in recent years as a part of the normal training routine for athletes of all different.. read more →
The long awaited snow has finally arrived (although not much in Leeds) and quite a lot of people are thinking about going skiing or are already on their way to the ski slopes of Europe, where it seems to be a good season for it so far. Here at sports massage Leeds I’ve been treating.. read more →
I treat quite a few people who are keen tennis players. I often see quite a few ‘niggles’ caused by the stresses and strains of the game, particularly in the shoulder and elbow but also the hip adductors, and the legs and hips in general. The constant lunging, both linearly and laterally places big demands.. read more →
I’ve treated quite a few people here at sports massage Leeds who are either keen recreational boxers or training for professional fights, some of them are regular boxers and some of them Muay thai boxing, but they all benefit from a regular sports massage treatment at Jim Mason sports massage, in Leeds. Floyd Mayweather has.. read more →
My treatment room is based at
5 Albion Place, Leeds,
You can call me on 0113 887 4655
- 12 Feb 2014Jermaine Moyce“Having visited many sports massage practices before, I can say that Jim Mason is by far the b...
- 11 May 2016China Clarke“I did not consider how important massage was during my boxing career and I’m sure I cou...
- 25 Jan 2014Richard Belton“I have visited many sports massage therapists over the years to get treatment for my back and...