Most popular massage for those looking for a relaxing experience using firm pressure releasing muscle tension. Swedish massage may loosen up tight muscles used by daily activities such as sitting at the computer or exercising. It can be very helpful for people who hold a lot of tension in their lower back, shoulders, or neck.
Deep tissue massage is similar to Swedish massage, but there is far more pressure. Deep tissue massage involves manipulation of the deep layers of tissue in the body, including the fascia and other supportive tissue that make up the muscles and joints. Benefits of deep tissue massage include treating chronic low back pain, reducing muscle tension, headaches, and shoulder pain. People who do repetitive work can benefit from regular therapy sessions.
Therapeutic ~ Medical Massage
Therapeutic and Medical Massage focuses on a particular medical diagnosis as part of the physician’s treatment plan. Medical Massage is part of a larger physical therapy regimen for numerous chronic problems. It is an integral part of staying healthy and remaining active. It can aid in reducing discomfort and increase range of motion after an injury or surgery. Massage techniques used during treatment can include, Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point and Myofascial Release. This type of treatment plan benefits those who have had hip, back, knee, or shoulder surgery.
Sports massage is a systematic manipulation of the soft tissues of the body that focuses on muscles relevant to a particular sport. Sports massage is designed to prepare the athlete for their best performance, reduce fatigue, and relieve muscle swelling and tension. Sports massage helps alleviate pain and prevent such injuries that greatly affect flexibility, mobility, response time, and overall performance in athletic events.
Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger points are an extremely common cause of pain. Trigger points are painful when pressed on. Trigger-point therapy applies pressure to client’s muscles to release these pain-causing points and bring long-lasting pain relief. Trigger Point Therapy is for almost everyone. Muscles with active trigger points are always weaker than normal muscles and unable to move through their full range of motion. Often because they are unable to perform their normal function, other muscles are recruited to perform the activity of the compromised muscle. These secondary muscles can go on to develop trigger points themselves if the original muscle is not treated. Trigger Point Therapy is very useful in the relief of, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, sciatica, headaches, muscle pain.
Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder caused by sensitivity and tightness surrounding muscle tissue. This tissue surrounds each muscle aiding in smooth movement while we are active. Trauma, inflammatory responses, and/or surgical procedures create Myofascial restrictions. Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Connective Tissue Manipulation (CTM)
Cellulite is thought to arise when the fibrous bands of connective tissue that anchor the skin to muscles break down, allowing fat cells to push up into the skin layer. CTM is a type of massage that is effective in reducing cellulite as well as decreasing fat and the circumference of the areas where massage is performed. This is a great treatment for those who have lost weight and want skin to appear smooth and firm.
This type of massage regenerates tissues to reduce scarring at surgical incision sites. Lymph drainage massages also used to reduce swelling and detoxify the body. Lymphatic Massage is part of recovery protocol to clients who have had lymph node removal and/or cosmetic surgery. Lymphatic massage is a specialized procedure that helps the lymph system work more efficiently. When done following surgery, the treated area is given special attention to speed up recovery and provide smoother results.
30 Minutes $40 60 Minutes $70 90 Minutes $100
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