Types of Massage

Swedish massage

Designed to improve overall relaxation, Swedish massage uses lighter pressure to increase circulation, reduce pain, and rejuvenate stiff or sore muscles and joints. This type of massage is great for anyone who feels constantly stressed and has trouble sleeping.

Deep Tissue massage

Similar technique to Swedish massage but with increasing degrees of pressure to effect underlying muscle tissue below the skin’s surface to work out old and repetitive pain. This type of massage is ideal for chronic pain, constant physical activity, and injuries.

Neuromuscular Therapy & Trigger Point Therapy

A trigger point is where part of a muscle keeps a sustained contraction. Most people refer to this as a “knot” in their muscle and having a muscle constantly tensed makes the muscle fatigued and weaker over time. Neuromuscular Therapy focuses specifically on releasing these contractions which can also alleviate nerve pain such as sciatica, migraines, and even improve posture.

Thai Yoga Massage

Designed to enhance the stretching capabilities of yoga positions, Thai Yoga is done fully clothed on mats on the floor instead of a massage table. Massage is applied with hands, feet, elbows, and knees while in different yoga positions to give a greater stretch than can be obtained alone. Relaxing and energizing, Thai Yoga Massage is ideal for those looking to increase their flexibility and looking for a more engaging full body massage than can be done on a massage table.

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