Sports Massage Therapy on the Move

Sports masseuse to the professionals, Tierney Maude, has moved her specialist therapy business to a spacious new suite at Skipton’s historic High Corn Mill.

Opening her doors on January 6 2018 with a free ‘drop in’ event, Skipton based Tierney is hopeful that everyone from local athletes to those who simply lead an active life, will take the opportunity to call in and find out more about the benefits of sports therapy.

Tierney, herself an accomplished swimmer, is well known within the British cycling fraternity, having spent two years from 2015- 6, working and travelling with the One Pro Cycling team, which includes local professional cyclist, Pete Williams, a former points winner of the Tour of Britain, who competed in the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire. Most recently she has worked as a dedicated sports therapist for the Great Britain Cycling Team, who govern the sport and select the national cycling squad.

Said Tierney, whose partner Alec Duffield formerly managed the Brownlee brothers: “Sports therapy benefits everyone from elite athletes to those who just like to keep fit. Incorporating techniques like sports massage, medical acupuncture and spinal manipulation, it can have an incredibly positive impact on muscles and joints, even if clients don’t perceive themselves to be suffering from any aches, pains or injuries.”

Tierney has worked as a Level 5 qualified sports masseuse for the past eight years, and makes use of a range of specialist equipment within her therapies.

The drop in event runs from 10am – 4pm and is open to everyone. Refreshments will be available, and Tierney will be on hand to talk about the services she can offer. There will also be a complimentary ‘goody bag’ for the first 25 people who come along. For any keen cyclists, Tierney also plans to host a friendly cycle ride on Sunday January 7; details of the ride will be available at the open event.

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High Corn Mill