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Football Training

1 to 1 Specialist Football Training

Often, there is a perception that this form of training is only beneficial in the elite environment, however this theory has been proven to be incorrect.

1 to 1 specialist training will enable the opportunity for us to design a personalised programme that is tailored to focus on areas of performance that you require improvement, or areas of your performance that you would like to develop or strengthen. For new beginners aspiring to learn the immediate skills, it can be a daunting proposition when instantly placed in a team environment, thus, this type of training could be considered a more efficient method of practice to maximise performance.


Similarly, individuals aspiring to reach an advanced or elite level of performance should understand that the margins become incredibly fine, so working alongside us to pinpoint the weaker areas of your performance could be the all-important difference. Team training can often overlook the vital technical components that 1 to 1 specialist training can master; close ball control, first touch, ball striking, body posture, balance, positioning, spatial awareness and ball mastery, to name a few. 


Contact us now to arrange a consultation where we can discuss the areas you would like to develop. 

Small Group Training

Dry cupping therapy is an extremely popular treatment for muscle tension, chronic pain, fatigue and inflammation. Small plastic cups are positioned onto troubled areas of the body and the air inside the cups are vacuumed out which creates a suction to pull the tissue up slightly. This ultimately triggers the body's natural healing process as the vacuum lift helps to increase blood circulation at the point of injury and induces a stretch effort which results in the relaxation of muscles and tissues and a reduction in associated pain. The increased circulation reduces tension and in turn can promote cell repair through improved blood flow. 

During dry cupping therapy, the cups can either be left in a static position at rest or with movement and the application time usually ranges from 5 to 10 minutes. The stretch that is produced in the soft tissue and fascia leads to a relaxation effect within the muscle, which results in improved range of motion and performance. 

Dry cupping works well in conjunction with sports massage, as the lifting effect provided from the cups works synergistically with the downward pressure application of manual massage. 

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