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MASSAGE THERAPY

OUR APPROACH TO MASSAGE THERAPY

 

Our massage therapy services offer physical and psychological benefits to all patients. We work on a wide range of clients: from top athletes looking increase range of motion through sports massage to business professionals seeking muscle tension release, and everyone in between. We will tailor your massage experience to meet your individual needs, whatever they may be. The benefits of regular massage therapy are nearly endless, and include the following:

 

  • Lowered your heart rate
  • Reduced daily stress and anxiety
  • Improved posture
  • Increased circulation
  • Supported relaxation
  • Increased range of motion
  • Overall experience of wellness.

SWEDISH MASSAGE

Also called “classic massage,” Swedish massage is the most popular of all specialties. Pressure is applied in a series of long and flowing strokes, often towards the heart. The objective is to increase blood circulation and promote relaxation.

SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPY

This type of massage is geared toward athletes of every kind, from world-class professionals to weekend joggers. Every sports massage can be catered specifically to support that athlete’s sport of choice. We prioritize focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements.

HOT STONE MASSAGE

As its name implies, deep, penetrating rocks are heated and placed on a client’s back to stimulate the blood circulation and healing in the body. Swedish strokes are sometimes blended in to promote circulation and enhance relaxation.

FOOT, HANDS & WRIST MASSAGE

A lesser known but increasingly significant specialty, this form of massage aims to release stress from abused and overworked hands and feet. This form of massage is most often requested and enjoyed by individuals with computer jobs, beauty operators, musicians, secretaries, and anyone who works predominantly with their hands and are on their feet most of the day.

BODY ALIGNMENT

This type of massage session addresses the dysfunctional patterns in the body by doing deep tissue muscle releases in a specific order that the brain and body understand. It is followed by the muscle release session done fully clothed in your workout attire.

NEURO-MUSCULAR CALIBRATION

Neuro-Muscular Calibration is a series of movements made by the client in a specific order to the location of where the client’s point of pain is. Pairing Neuro-Muscular Calibration with Body Alignment work helps the new muscle patterns that have been introduced during release work to stick and hold in the body.

DEEP TISSUE

Considered the popular favorite of all massage therapies, deep tissue massage promotes relaxation and tension release simultaneously, and is an excellent way to ease muscle tightness in specific areas. In this technique, pressure is applied to a specific joint, muscle, or muscle group. Incremental pressure is applied deeper into the soft tissue, reviving and energizing sore and tired muscles.

LYMPHATIC MASSAGE

This form of massage helps to unclog the lymph system, whose congested pathways can cause soreness, aches and pains, and flu-like symptoms. Beginning in a clockwise motion on the body, a therapist will use massage to manually cleanse a client’s lymph system.

THAI YOGA MASSAGE

Also known was “assisted yoga,” Thai yoga massage soothes by means of stretching and loosening the body. This specialized therapy may include pulling and cracking of extremities and walking on or arching the client’s back.

PRENATAL MASSAGE

By employing specifically developed techniques, discomfort related to pregnancy can be helped and eased. The growth of a baby in womb can lead to a shift of the mother’s weight distribution, which alters the body’s center of gravity and may create joint and muscle pains. Other benefits of this form of massage include easing back pain, muscle cramps, swelling and insomnia due to discomfort by the mother.

DIAPRAGM ACTIVATION

Diaphragm activation is simply applying pressure to the diaphragm to essentially turn it on. Activating the diaphragm and reducing, if not, getting rid of stress breathing fills the lower and upper lobes of the lungs increasing our oxygen intake by approximately 70-75%. An increase in oxygen in our blood feeds our muscle and in turn creates better more oxygenated tissue that increases performance.

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