Techniques include joint mobilization, kneading, creating friction, percussion and vibration on the more superficial layers of muscles.
Deep Tissue Massage
Concentrated, slow, and deep pressure on the deeper layer of muscles affecting tendons and fascia. Strokes can go along or across the grain of the muscle.
Takes place before or immediately following an athletic event. It is also applied for rehabilitation purposes following an acute or chronic injury.
Based on a combination of Swedish, and deep tissue massage techniques. The client lies on special body cushions that are placed on a massage table, enabling her to lie flat on her stomach or on her side safely and comfortably.
Acupressure or Shiatsu
A combination of finger, palm, and elbow pressure on the “meridians” cause stagnant energy to flow.
Application of pressure to specific points located on your hands and feet that correspond to all areas of the body.
Trigger Point Therapy or Neuromuscular Therapy or Myotherapy
Finger pressure to “trigger points” (painful irritated areas in muscles) to break cycles of spasm and pain.
Each class is designed to introduce basic techniques of a massage sequence and information about massage therapy. Duration and cost may vary.
Services at your home or office. May include chair massage.
The use of water at varying temperatures and applied by various mechanical means to decrease muscle spasm, break down adhesions, reduce inflammation, and induce pain relief.