Benefits from massage therapy include increased circulation, stimulated lymph flow, relaxation to injured muscles, reduced recovery time from injury, and increased range of motion.
Swedish Massage is a relaxing massage utilizing a series of long, gliding strokes and gentle kneading techniques on the muscles, combined with active and passive movements on the joints.
Myofascial (Deep Tissue) Massage
This is a therapy focusing on specific area of the body to reduce tension by stretching and manipulating fascia (connective tissue surrounding the muscles) and the muscles themselves. The treatment requires active participation and communication from the client.
This is a massage performed either in preparation for a future event, to promote recovery after an event, or to provide general maintenance for the active individual. Sports Massage may include Myofascial and Neuromuscular techniques, plus assisted stretching methods. We have considerable experience working with all levels of athletes and exercisers, and have worked with runners, walkers, hikers, swimmers, bicyclists, triathletes, racquet sport enthusiasts, golfers, and others.
This is designed for expectant mothers. This therapy utilizes gentle, sooting strokes to help stabilize hormonal levels, decrease fluid retention, and relieve muscle strain of the lower back, abdomen, and shoulders.