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Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to break down knots and relieve pressure points throughout the body. It is beneficial for relieving chronic muscle tightness.
Sports Massage is geared towards physically active individuals who put high demands on their body for sports related activities. Massage can be helpful for before and after events, throughout workout routines to decrease recovery, and to reduce pain caused by injury.
MFR uses gentle pressure to release tightness and adhesions in the connective tissue of the body. MFR helps to reduce pain and restore motion.
A variety of techniques such as active release therapy and trigger point therapy are used to focus on an injured area.
Massage cupping comes from ancient Chinese medicine in which cups are applied to the skin . Using suction through the cups, toxins and adhesions are drawn from the tissues, promoting blood flow and kick-starting the healing process. Massage cupping can be added into any session.
An ancient Chinese technique in which the skin is scraped by a tool to help reduce inflammation and promote healing. Gua sha can be added into any session.
Reiki is a Japanese technique of energy work that promotes stress reduction and overall well-being. The therapist can work over the clothes of the client. Reiki can be incorporated into a massage or yoga session.
Reflexology is a method for activating the healing powers of the body by working on reflex areas in the feet that correspond to major organs, glands, and body parts. Reflexology reduces stress and induces deep relaxation.
This is a great option for events. Massage focusing on the upper body is given to clients while they sit fully-clothed in a massage chair.
A unique yoga flow is designed for the client's needs, taking into account for any health issues or injuries. Sessions last between 45-60 mins.