Also known as “Rolfing.” A technique of deep massage intended to help in the realignment of the body by altering the length and tone of myofascial tissues.
Sports Therapy Massage
Athletes (of all levels) find that Sports Therapy Massage is beneficial to their performance, whether for pre-event conditioning, post-event recovery, or injury rehabilitation.
A particularly effective technique for loosening scar tissue and fascia, increasing range of motion, and relieving chronic pain from old injuries or surgeries. It may not be relaxing, but results can be dramatic.
A Japanese word meaning “finger pressure.” This massage stimulates the oriental meridians of the body, thus improving circulation, muscle tone, posture, and internal organ functions. The client remains fully clothed as the therapist will move you through some range of motion during the massage.
Relaxation and rejuvenation, along with general health maintenance, are the most common reasons people seek a massage. Swedish massge is specifically designed to relax muscles. It increases the oxygen flow in the blood and speeds the elimination of toxins from the muscles. Helps shorten recovery time from muscular strain.
Helps remove restrictions in the soft tissues that surround the central nervous system. Through light touch, it releases tensions deep in the body. Excellent for headache relief.