Timeless Performace has qualified therapists all trained to a high level in Sports Massage and degree level in sport rehabilitation to assist you with your injury needs and also help maintain your athletic performance and correct any postural imbalances and work-related aches and pains.
Rob is a Graduate Sport Rehabilitator (GSR) who obtained a first class honours degree from the University of Salford, a level 3 and 4 VTCT trained sports massage therapist and is currently undertaking a masters degree qualification in Sports Medicine at UCLAN in Preston.
As well as working in the Wigan clinic he also has a practice in Bramhall, Stockport “Energize Sports Massage and Rehabilitation” which as well as normal clinic duties involves looking after the Energize Martial Arts team of around 200 athletes and regularly travels with them to world events. Currently he is working at Sedgley Park Rugby Union Club as pitch side assistant and injury rehabilitator .
Rob has worked in Rugby League with Warrington Wolves and Salford Reds and also in football with the Wigan Athletic Ladies team.
Robs sporting achievements include a 2nd degree black belt in Taekwondo and Kickboxing and has won a British title, he is a also a qualified instructor who teaches martial arts classes two evenings a week.
Gareth is a former semi-professional rugby league player who played for Rochdale, Swinton and Oldham. In 2016 he completed the London marathon and he has also scaled the heights of mount Kilimanjaro both raising money for the Wigan and Leigh Hospice. He now teaches sport at a local FE college delivering level 3 and 4 sports massage courses. Gareth has a Degree in Sport Rehabilitation and is an assessor for the VTCT level 3 and 4 sports massage qualifications.
Martin is 29, from Burnley, a qualified Sports Massage therapist and Sport Rehabilitation undergraduate at the University of Salford. Martin’s passion is running. Martin marathon Pb is 2:54:43 and half-marathon Pb is 1:21:17. Other achievements include running across Adrian’s wall (Carlisle to Newcastle) covering 70 miles in 12hr 25 mins and the length of the South Downs (Winchester to Eastbourne) covering 100 miles in just over 20 hours. In addition to completing Rivington Pike’s Hell of a Hill 5 in 5 marathon challenge in 2013 and numerous 24hr running events.
Martin has a degree in English literature and currently applying to be a Reserve Army Officer in the Medical Corps; training at Sandhurst in the very near future. My aspirations for the future include working for the MoD rehabilitating active service personnel.
Bob is a Chartered Physiotherapist specialising in Soft Tissue Therapy. He has worked in Premiership Rugby and Football and in his own sport, Ice Hockey, as well as with the GB National Teams for Basketball, Handball, Volleyball, Diving and with the England Cricket Team. He was a part of the organising committee medical team at the Athens Olympics where he worked with the fighting sports and at the Commonwealth games in Manchester where he was based at the Aquatic Centre. The ‘friendly’ games of 2002 were unique in that the able bodied and disability competitions were held simultaneously which gave Bob the opportunity to work with a wide range of Elite Sports men and women assisting many medal winners with their preparation. Bob holds a Resuscitation Emergency Management Onfield (REMO) certificate. Bob was a Games Maker at London 2012 where he worked at the Polyclinic in the Athletes Village and at the Wheelchair Basketball and Rugby venue.