Neuromuscular and sports massage therapy in Tauranga  helps you resolve pain, prevent injury and maximise your performance

resolve pain
prevent injury
&
maximise
Performance

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Neuromuscular
therapy

Neuromuscular therapy is an in-depth approach to help resolve musculoskeletal pain and suboptimal performance.  Injuries and suboptimal performance are often driven by inadequate mobility, strength and stability as well as poor recovery and nutrition. Where the pain is felt is not always where the problem is. Book your appointment today to help you reach your true potential.

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Sports
massage

Sports massage therapy plays an integral role in any athlete’s training program. The demands of high intensity training programs and ultra distance events puts a physiological, psychological and biochemical stress on the body. To balance an athlete’s health and wellbeing with ongoing sports massage helps reduce this stress, and plays an integral role in injury prevention..

"His passion for getting people stronger and moving well shines through in his work"

"Neuromuscular Therapy is essential for optimal long-term mobility & performance"

"Results: I have attained PB’s in all the 3 disciplines of triathlon"

The Movement Project is my online platform of movement routines, core stability workouts, tutorials on strength training, and guidance on diet and nutrition. I created this platform to share my knowledge and to help guide and support you. There are weekly Live Zoom classes, over 60 hours of video routines and a growing blog of training and health related articles to help you reach your true potential.

"My first experience of The Movement Project and I absolutely love it"

"The Movement Project is essential for optimal & long-term mobility, functioning & performance"

"I continue to enjoy better sleep, more flexibility and improved mental energy"

Lawrence Edser

owner/coach/guide

Lawrence has a Bachelor of Health Studies in Neuromuscular and Sports Massage Therapy and is currently doing his Masters programme in Health, Sports and Human Performance at the University of Waikato.

He has a great interest in working with clients to maximise their full potential to do the things they love to do. During his studies and clinical practice he has developed a particular interest in strength and conditioning to help facilitate a client’s training program and to reduce the risk of injury.

PHONE
022 350 6563
EMAIL
lawrence@clinic25.co.nz