Welcome to Continuous Movement Sports Massage Therapy

Hi my name is Lynsey Hall. I am an award winning, fully qualified, insured and accredited sports massage therapist and founder of Continuous Movement.
I work to the code of conduct of my industry bodies, this ensures integrity, client confidentiality, client well-being and commitment to continued professional development.
All treatments are tailored to each individuals needs. Numerous techniques are used throughout treatments to ensure the best results with minimal discomfort.

Working as a massage therapist I help clients with their physical health but also their mental health.
I’ve had many clients chat to me about ‘difficult’ situations such as break ups, deaths and work stress and I like to think that all my clients know that I’m always here if they just need someone to listen.
Massage has been proven to reduce blood pressure and cortisol levels and release feel good endorphins. Which helps to lower stress and anxiety levels. This combined with some non-judgmental listening is great therapy.

Look after those around you – you never know what someone is going through.

I am located at ECO House, 31 Duke Street, Darlington. The full address and directions to the therapy room can be found on the “Find Us” page.

Please read the Covid-19 update below

I have a new premises so please make sure to check out the Find Us page for more details! 


What Is Sports Massage?

Sports massage is the care and rehabilitation of the body’s muscles, ligaments and tendons ( soft tissue ).
Whether you’re suffering from a sporting injury or you just have some pain in your neck due to long working hours I can help.

Here are some of the more common problems that I see day to day

The benefits of sports massage

Other benefits of Sport Massage include:
  • Improves tissue permeability: this allows nutrients and oxygen to reach the cells quickly. Waste products such as lactic acid can be efficiently removed.
  • Improved flexibility: massage stretches the muscles and their surrounding soft tissues in all directions improving their flexibility.
  • Scar tissue breakdown: any injury heals with scar tissue, but if left alone the collagen fibers are laid down haphazardly. Massage helps to breakdown old scar tissue and positively influence the healing of any new injury.
  • Circulation: massage improves blood flow to the muscles which helps to keep them well oxygenated and in good condition.
  • Pain relief: the presence of waste products and tension within a muscle can be painful. Massage also releases the body’s natural endorphins producing pain relief.
  • Relaxation: by increasing the circulation, warming the muscles and soothing the nerve endings, massage can be a lovely relaxing experience.