Often know as relaxation massage, Swedish massage uses five styles of long flowing strokes to relieve stress, tension, and increase lymphatic flow. It is perfect for those wanting a full-body experience with a little extra attention to tension areas.
Similar to Swedish massage yet a more intense experience, this massage focuses on problem areas with slow deep pressure designed to target the deeper layers of the muscle tissue and fascia, helping to relieve chronic muscle tension and pain.
Designed for women at any stage of pregnancy. This massage is given with the mommy-to-be side lying using pillows and bolstering to create a comfortable environment for mom and baby. Focusing on areas of high tension during pregnancy while increasing local circulation and minimizing stress.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or weekend warrior, sports massage therapy can be used to enhance performance and reduce recovery time. Using a combination of invigorating strokes, the therapist will focus on areas of the body that are stressed and overused from repetitive movement. Sports massage helps to ease muscle fatigue and soreness by reducing lactic acid buildup.
Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger points are hyperirritable areas in the muscle tissue which refer pain, meaning to cause pain in another part of the body. Trigger point therapy uses manual pressure to deactivate these points, helping to alleviate the source of pain.
Gentle massage intended to encourage the natural lymph flow. Lymphatic drainage massage increases lymph flow function as well as enhancing immune function. Lymphatic work is beneficial to those experiencing mild edema or swelling such as after a sports injury, enhancing the tissue regeneration process after the initial inflammatory stage has passed.
Massage prescribed by a physician to treat an injury diagnosed by your medical provider.