Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage uses slow, deep, and long strokes with a combination of trigger point therapy to target the deeper layer of muscles. The focus is on releasing patterns of muscle tension, breaking up scar tissue, improving circulation and detoxification. Modalities are done with knuckles, forearms, elbows, and fists to get to the deepest muscles. Due to pressure can cause some soreness for 1 to 2 days after treatment.
Hot Stone Massage
In Hot Stone Massage basalt river stones are heated to a comfortable temperature and placed on certain areas of tension, then used to massage the muscles.
Prenatal Massage during pregnancy not only makes a woman feel pampered but offers undeniable physical benefits as well. Massage can relieve fatigue, enhance sleep, and calm an active baby. During the entire term of the pregnancy, massage can stimulate blood flow, which may assist in the prevention of anemia.
Long, gentle, gliding strokes used to shorten recovery time by flushing out lactic acid, uric acid, and metabolic waste from the muscle tissue. Swedish massage also improves blood circulation, tightens, and tones the skin, and nervous system. It is suggested as a regular program for stress management.
A firm pressure massage used to target areas of pain or injury. It helps release congested muscles causing improved blood circulation and releasing lactic acid build up from within the muscle. Therapeutic Massage is great for relaxation, pain relief, and speedy recovery for overworked muscles. Modalities and methods used include kneading, percussion, cross fiber friction, trigger point, and heat therapy.