THERAPEUTIC DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
Deep tissue massage focuses on the tissues under the superficial layer. It includes specific work and a range of techniques to rehabilitate prevent injuries and enhance performance.
LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE MASSAGE
A very gentle and slow massage technique used to drain lymphatic fluid from areas of congestion and swelling. Increases circulation and promotes the elimination of waste. Lymphatic drainage is very helpful for acute injuries or post-surgery.
Combines a variety of techniques in rhythmic and soothing motions to reduce stress, relieve muscle tension and increase circulation. The pressure depends on the goal of the treatment.
Sports massage is designed to enhance athletic performance and recovery. A sport-specific vigorous massage that includes stretching, friction, and a range of motion techniques.
Joint mobilizations help to alleviate pain and tenderness in joints that have restricted amounts of movement (hypomobility) or are misaligned.
Craniosacral Therapy is a technique based on evaluating and enhancing the function of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds and protects the brain and spinal cord.
Fascia is a dense woven and very strong tissue that surrounds all our muscles, ligaments, nerves, blood vessels and organs. A very affective and gentle sustained pressure is applied to the soft tissue to eliminate pain and restore mobility by stretching of the fascia.
HOT STONE MASSAGE
Hot stone massage is a massage that uses smooth heated or cooled stones that have special properties to retain hot and cold. The stones may be placed on the body.
Gua Sha is the treatment of tissue using smooth edged instruments to relieve acute and chronic pain, increase blood blow, stimulate natural pain relieving chemicals. It is usually used on larger muscle groups such as the neck, arms, shoulders, back and legs. Gua Sha treats conditions such as strains, sprains, muscle spasms, neck pain, mid,…
PRE/POSTNATAL PREGNANCY MASSAGE
A massage specifically designed for women during and after child birth. Massage can be very helpful with the changes, discomforts and stress the body endures during and after pregnancy.
Cupping is the term that is used to describe a treatment of the body using glass cups or suction devices. Cupping is the opposite of massage in that instead of applying pressure to the muscles, the cups are used to provide a suction of the tissue which gently lifts the muscles upward. This application,…