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A strong treatment targeting aches to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or immobile. Perfect for sore neck or back.

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#1 Rated Mobile Deep Tissue Massage Service In The United Kingdom


4.7/5 from 1643 reviews




Deep Tissue Massage

Absolutely stellar massage experience! Not only was the massage exceptional, but Suldan's warm and welcoming demeanor truly sets the session apart. A solid 10/10 recommendation from me.




Deep Tissue Massage

Great, professional massage by a friendly therapist ☺️




Deep Tissue Massage

I loved every minute of the massage that Maggie gave me. She was very professional and skillful. Pressure was just fine and she spent extra time sorting out my back problems. Highly recommended!




Deep Tissue Massage

Charlotte gave an excellent massage, really listened to my problem areas and focused on getting all the knots out of my back. Thoroughly recommend!




Deep Tissue Massage

Lovely massage!




Deep Tissue Massage

Very happy with the deep tissue massage Stuart gave. Pressure was perfect. Would definitely use again and would recommend highly.




Deep Tissue Massage

Was amazing service. Great conversationalist. Professional and most importantly great at his craft. Very knowledgable, will be using him in the future!




Deep Tissue Massage

Thank you for such a wonderful massage. I had a brilliant nights sleep and feel completely restored. 😊




Deep Tissue Massage

Kris was very good and attentive. Set up was quick and easy and the overall experience was very pleasurable.




Deep Tissue Massage

Thanks, Becky, professional and respectful, and thanks for the tips, too

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Mobile Massage Pricing


From £68

When you want to release tension and feel relaxed and rejuvenated in minimal time.

Book 60min


From £85

When you need a little extra me-time to soothe sore muscles and relax your mind and body.

Book 75min


From £96

When you want deep relaxation or have stubborn knots that need a little extra love.

Book 90min


From £136

The ultimate self-care session designed to leave you feeling totally brand new.

Book 120min

These prices include travel, a massage table, towels or sheets, oil, music and a professional full-body massage by a qualified and vetted massage therapist that comes to you. These prices are standard base rates per person and do not include the 10% processing fee. The final price will vary depending on your preferred location, date, time and specific requirements. View our pricing page for more details.

You won't be charged until your booking is confirmed.

What is a deep tissue massage? 

A deep tissue massage is designed to reduce pain through breaking up any scar tissue and breaking down any muscle adhesions (muscle-knots) by applying heavy pressure to areas of pain and injury. 

The pressure releases blood toxins within the body, allowing for the body to heal quickly and muscle growth to improve.

A deep tissue massage is great for individuals who participate in intense exercise, have a muscle injury (a strain or tear) or who have a chronic pain condition such as consistent upper or lower back pain. 

How is deep tissue massage performed? 

Deep tissue massage targets pain through using rhythmic and flowing strokes to apply pressure to muscles throughout the body. Deep tissue massage is often compared to Swedish massage however, deeper pressure is applied to provide more effective pain relief.

A deep tissue massage is a massage that encompasses all areas of the body, but aims to target areas of concern, including neck pain, shoulder pain and lower back pain. 

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Benefits of a deep tissue massage 

  • Releases muscle tension
  • Relieves pain and muscle stiffness 
  • Enhances recovery from intense exercise 
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves blood pressure
  • Decreases anxiety and depression
  • Restores range of motion
  • Improves circulation
  • Provides relief for those who have chronic pain

Who should get a deep tissue massage?

  • Anyone that has deep muscle tension or stiffness
  • Individuals who engage in intense or highly physical activities 
  • Those with an injury 
  • Those with chronic pain conditions: fibromyalgia, chronic lower back pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis 
  • Those with high blood pressure

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But don't just take our word for it. Check out what our customers have to say:


Sydney, Relaxation Massage

"I had an in-home massage and it was absolutely amazing. The process was so simple to book everything in and it really made me realize that I can have a self-care routine without leaving the house."


Melbourne, Remedial Massage

"I downloaded the app, contacted one of the massage therapists and within an hour, I had a massage therapist at home, fully equipped with all of their equipment. It was an amazing treatment, extremely professional."


Brisbane, Swedish Massage

"I woke up on Sunday with a really sore neck, found Blys online and within one and a half hours had a massage therapist in my home giving me a fabulous massage."


Sydney, Deep Tissue Massage

"I use Blys services quite regularly. I find all the therapists very reliable. I like the flexibility. I can have it at my hotel or home, anytime I like."

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a few questions?

What does a deep tissue massage do?

A deep tissue massage aims to relieve muscle pain and tension by targeting areas within the body that have tissue-scarring and muscle adhesions (muscle knots). A deep tissue massage is good for enhancing recovery after intense exercise and managing chronic pain.

How painful is a deep tissue massage?

Deep tissue massage is not considered painful. However, It is common to feel discomfort during a deep tissue massage, as this treatment applies deep pressure to areas of the body that have scarring or knots.

If you have any concerns regarding pain during or after your appointment, speak to your massage therapist.

What should I expect after a deep tissue massage?

After a deep tissue massage, you may feel some tenderness as your muscles heal. There may be stiffness or soreness in your muscles, but it is not a painful recovery process.

What is the difference between a regular massage and a deep tissue massage?

Because the purpose of a deep tissue massage is to target the deep tissues within the body, a higher amount of pressure is applied than a ‘regular’ massage that may be more gentle.

What happens when you get a deep tissue massage?

In a deep tissue massage, your massage therapist will use flowing strokes and deep pressure throughout your whole body, including any areas of concern. These techniques will break up scar tissue and break down any knots in your muscles.

Why is deep tissue massage so painful?

Due to the amount of pressure applied in a deep tissue massage, a level of discomfort is common. However, deep tissue massage should not be an overly painful treatment. If you have any concerns regarding pain during or after your appointment, speak to your massage therapist.

How often should you get deep tissue massage?

Depending on your reason for a deep tissue massage, the regularity of your appointments may differ.

For those that have chronic pain or engage in highly intense exercise, a regular deep-tissue massage could be beneficial.

For others, once a month may be enough to relieve pain and muscle tension.

Is it worth getting a deep tissue massage?

If you experience any daily muscle tension or aches, it is worth getting a deep tissue massage to relieve pain and help your body to recover.

Can a deep tissue massage cause damage?

The pressure required in a deep tissue massage may stimulate old wounds, which is why some discomfort may be felt. Deep tissue massage does not cause damage, but rather, enhances recovery to already existing muscle scarring.

Which massage is better, Swedish or deep tissue?

Depending on what kind of treatment you are looking for, both Swedish massage and deep tissue massage are effective at providing pain relief, reducing muscle tension and calming the mind and body.

Is deep tissue massage worth the pain?

While deep tissue massage is not considered painful (although there may be some level of discomfort), this massage type is proven to enhance recovery after intense exercise, relieve chronic pain and provide relief from muscle tension.

Can you do too much deep tissue massage?

Yes, you can do too much deep tissue massage.

There is always a limit for your own body when it comes to massage. Depending on your needs, deep tissue massage can be performed daily, weekly or monthly, but listening to your body is important to understand when you need a break.

Talking to your massage therapist during your consultation about your areas of concern is helpful to understand how regular your appointments should be.

Are there long-term benefits of deep tissue massage?

Recieving regular deep tissue massages can have long-term benefits such as:
– Improved blood pressure and heart rate
– Improved posture
– Increased range of motion
– Increased energy levels
– A stronger immune system
– Improved sleep

Are deep tissue massages good for muscle growth?

Deep tissue massages are great for muscle growth! Because deep tissue massage breaks down, areas of scarred tissue and muscle adhesion, the body is able to recover quickly for you to be able to start to build up muscle again. Through improved circulation and blood pressure levels, your body will be able to respond better to exercise, meaning muscle growth is enhanced.

What should you not do after a deep tissue massage?

After a deep tissue massage all that’s left to do is sat back and relax. Make sure you drink plenty of water and continue resting at home.

How long should you rest after a deep tissue massage?

You should rest up to 24 hours after a deep tissue massage. It is recommended that you do not engage in high intensity activities or any exercise during this time period.

How long does it take to recover from a deep tissue massage?

It takes 24 hours to recover from a deep tissue massage. Your muscles may feel tender for a couple of days.

Why do deep tissue massages make you sick?

Deep tissue massages sometimes result in experiencing nausea. During a deep tissue massage, blood toxins are released within the body, and are expelled through the kidneys. This can result in feeling nauseous as the body is releasing toxins.

How long do deep tissue massages last?

At Blys, we offer three different lengths of time for deep tissue massage: 60, 90 or 120 minutes. 

What is considered a deep tissue massage?

A deep tissue massage is designed to reduce pain through breaking up any scar tissue and breaking down any muscle adhesions (muscle-knots) by applying heavy pressure to areas of pain and injury.

The pressure releases blood toxins within the body, allowing for the body to heal quickly and muscle growth to improve.

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