Sports massage & osteopathy is designed for those needing more attention to specific areas. Targeted techniques focuses on the deepest layers of muscle, tendon, fascia and joint manipulation which is designed to release common pain and strain after an intensive workout or sports. It provides relief for sore muscles, increases flexibility, and addresses issues stemming from overuse, physical activity, and muscle strain.

Hip Girdle

Pain or injury at the hip girdle such as tendinitis and muscle strain at the glutes, IT band and hip flexors


Pain along the spine such as at the back, lower back and stiff neck


Patella pain syndrome, Achilles tendinitis, strained muscles at the quads, hamstring, calves and shin splint.

Shoulder Girdle

Shoulder impingement, tennis elbow, strained biceps & triceps and forearms.




Sports massage is extremely effective and necessary to promote muscle recovery and to prevent injury. Apart from a Corrective Exercise Specialist, Ke Wynn is also a Certified Sports Injury Massage Therapist that employs science-based deep tissue massage and IASTM techniques and modalities, targeted to your specific anatomical and physiological needs. Basic musculoskeletal and biomechanical assessments helps him determine issues needed to be addressed. Sports Massage will not only be able to provide increased strength, speed and flexibility, but also improve biomechanical efficiency and decrease the potential for injury. Your rehabilitation, fitness goal and performance will be optimized by integrating our bullet proof corrective exercise program with advance deep tissue massage and stretching techniques. It is also good for people both athletes and non-athletes with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of motion.


Osteopathy by Dr. Terrence focuses on your whole body, including the soft tissues (such as muscles, ligaments and tendons), the spine and nervous system, and may use a variety of different hands-on methods, including:

  • Spinal manipulation
  • Soft tissue massage techniques
  • Articulation – gentle rhythmic joint movements
  • Stretching muscles and joint capsules
  • Muscle energy techniques – encouraging muscles to work against resistance
  • Visceral manipulation – gentle movement of the abdominal and pelvic areas.


What is the difference between sports massage, osteopathy and other massage?

Sports massage is exactly what it is – a massage that treats and addresses the deep intrinsic tissues and muscles that are often over worked due to sports, repetitive movement, or from bad posture. Ke Wynn employ deep tissue massage, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation (IASTM), advance soft tissue release techniques, METs and trigger point therapy to maximize your treatment’s effectiveness. Other massages are mostly for relaxation purposes that massages the superficial muscle.

Osteopathy in the other hand is a more holistic treatment which takes into account your joint, ligament and spine with chiropractic-like adjustments, on top of soft tissue manipulation.


Will it hurt?
It may be uncomfortable if it was your first time but like any exercise, it is advised to start progressively. We will reduce the pressure according to your tolerance and will slowly work our way up as you progress. You will slowly learn to enjoy it. Trust me!
What should I wear?
Deep tissue massage is oil based massage, thus you may be required to remove your clothes (depending on the area). It is best you come with lose shorts and t-shirt. If you are a female, wear a standard bra and not a sports bra. Everything is conducted professionally and your privacy is safe guarded.
What makes your therapy different?

We provide a complete injury prevention and corrective exercise program to complete your rehabilitation process. We are able to go beyond what traditional sports massage and osteopathy can offer such as strengthening and movement exercise strategies.

Will my injuries heal immediately?
This is NOT a miracle treatment. Massage is only one part of injury management. Incorporating proper stretches, exercises and diet with deep tissue massage is the most optimum way of addressing your injury – and your body needs time to heal and strengthen. However, most people will feel some form of relieve almost immediately after treatment.
Deep tissue massage is not recommended for the following:

– Expecting mothers
– Acute injuries (fresh injuries)
– If you’re sick (flu, cold, fever, etc.)

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