A fully customized relaxing massage is provided by combining MEDIUM-FIRM, PASSIVE (Not Aggressive DEEP TISSUE), massage techniques working with you're body's muscle elasticity. Relieve stress, promote relaxation, reduce tension, while still being able to address specific problems such as a frozen shoulder, tight neck, headaches, trigger finger, or carpal tunnel.
Deep Tissue Massage
Love deep pressure? Happy to provide to those with chronic issues like neck, back, and hip pain, and enjoy the GOOD HURT to help improve your posture and mobility, recover after sports, or rehabilitate from an injury. The soreness following a DEEP TISSUE Massage is the successful result of breaking down tight fascial tissue, stimulating new growth, producing better range of motion, so you can get back to freely enjoying life!
Assisted Stretching is where a provider helps stretch you while you relax, which can be aimed at addressing your entire body, or a specific area. Studies have shown it is a great addition to any Massage to help you feel more open and free to move better.
Assisted Stretch Instruction
Who wouldn't want to feel like their muscles have been lengthened, experience a reduction in the stress and pressure on the tendons and joints, prevent injuries, increase circulation, enhanced muscular coordination, and promotes healthy spinal growth in children and teenagers? That's exactly what you get when you try learning assisted stretching. Schedule to bring a friend or loved one, and learn how to take care of one another and the body's Fascial System in the process.
(This instruction will not certify you to practice commercially, this is intended for personal use only).
Most people wonder what Intra-oral Massage is. If you suffer from TMJ, notice you clench or grind your teeth, or have an occupation that requires an extensive amount of verbal communication, maybe even sinus issues... you would highly benefit from this form of treatment. It is an effective form of manual therapy that works on muscles both inside (with a gloved) hand and outside of the mouth, face, head, and neck.
With the expected arrival of little ones, there are a lot of changes that occur during the gestation process. Being a mom myself, I know firsthand how the flowing hormones can affect your mood, water/ weight gains can lead to tight and achy joints, and sometimes sciatica issues can pop out of nowhere, just to list a few. Studies have found that during pregnancy, massage can reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, and improves labor outcomes. The evidence strongly suggests there are maternal and newborn health benefits when massage is incorporated into regular prenatal care.