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Massage Therapy

Benefits of Massage

  • Promotes general relaxation.
  • Increases flexibility and joint movement.
  • Relieves muscle tension and relaxes muscle spasms.
  • Helps your body produce natural pain killers to ease pain and soreness.
  • Promotes faster recovery from injuries and illness.
  • By reducing stress, massage can give a renewed sense of well-being.
  • Improves circulation of the blood and lymph system, thereby strengthening the immune system.

Massage Techniques

Swedish Massage

This is a light and relaxing massage that utilizes long, flowing strokes, often but not necessarily in the direction of the heart. This soothing massage and gentle touch takes you to a new level of stress reduction.

Deep Tissue & Trigger Point Massage

Deep muscle massage will flush toxins from your body and enhance your immune system. Working a specific joint, muscle or muscle group, your therapist can access deeper layers of the soft tissue. Because each body experiences pressure differently, your therapist will start superficially and ease into the depth of the muscle slowly to allow more movement. The direct pressure applied by your therapist will relieve tension immediately.

Sports Massage

Regular human activity leads to a consistent build-up of tension in the muscles and causes stress on joints, ligaments and tendons. Sports massage is designed to reduce injuries and alleviate inflammation; this technique is for novice and professional athletes before, during and after training events.

Prenatal Massage

Because many pregnant women feel discomfort and added stress on their bodies at various points of the pregnancies, more women are discovering and benefiting from Prenatal Massage. Prenatal Massage is a form of therapeutic bodywork which focuses on the special needs of the mother-to-be as her body goes through the dramatic changes leading up to childbirth. The techniques used enhance the well being of both mother and baby.