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As massage therapists, we provide a safe and healing space for our clients to reconnect with their bodies and to trust in their innate ability to heal. By taking the time to nurture yourself with a massage, you may experience deep relaxation and feel a sense of rejuvenation in your body.
But more than a treat or luxury, a therapeutic massage can also facilitate a healing response that triggers you to restore balance in both the emotional and physical body.
No matter what your intention is for your massage, we will tailor your session to address your specific needs. We create a unique therapeutic massage session that aids in restoring balance and leaves you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
We specialize in Women's care, fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum care people of all ages are welcome at our studio, regardless of gender.
What to Expect From Your Therapeutic Massage Session
We allow extra time before your massage to discuss your health, concerns or fears, and to share community referrals for additional support. Your therapeutic massage will be uniquely designed and tailored to meet your specific needs, leaving you to feel relaxed and rejuvenated.
Benefits of Therapeutic Massage
- Increases circulation
- Promotes deep relaxation
- Eases anxiety and reduces depression
- Reduces upper and lower back, pelvic, and hip pain
- Improves the oxygenation of soft tissue and muscles
- Increases immunity
- Helps keep blood pressure in check
- Assists in maintaining good posture
- Improves nerve pain, including sciatic pain
- Improved digestion and relieves acid indigestion
- Improves skin elasticity
- Reduces headaches
- Enhances sleep
- Relieves leg cramps
- Reduces fatigue
- Alleviates stress on weight-bearing joints
- Provides emotional support and nurturing touch
- Releases chronic muscle tension
Types of Massage Therapy
A deeply relaxing and therapeutic soft tissue massage to release restrictions, increase mobility, and restore balance to the body, mind, and spirit. Our therapists are trained in a variety of rehabilitation massage modalities including John F. Barns myofascial release approach®, deep tissue, connective tissue therapy, trigger point therapy, sports massage, structural integration, neuromuscular therapy, and more. Although there are many different types of therapeutic modalities, sessions typically incorporate multiple techniques in order to best meet your particular needs.
A Swedish massage incorporates long slow strokes, kneading, and gentle movements to create a session that is both nurturing and extremely relaxing. This is a wonderful option for clients who like light to moderate pressure during a massage.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage involves applying pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue. With so many clients that love using deep-tissue for pain-relief, this might be your answer to treating your ongoing issues!
Myofascial Release /John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release Approach®
Myofascial release therapy is a gentle hands on approach to healing which incorporates a light touch to help release restriction in the connective tissue throughout the body. This technique works directly with the body's fascial system to gently release connective tissue, reduce adhesions, increase blood flow, release scar tissue, and reduce pain throughout the body. This bodywork treatment is beneficial for individuals with fibromyalgia, TMJ, chronic pain, disc problems, migraines, scar tissue restriction, menstrual pain, and normal everyday aches and pains. Gentle Myofascial release work can be incorporated into a therapeutic massage or a stand alone session for clients looking for an alternative to deep tissue and Swedish massage.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymph massage is a gentle massage technique designed to encourage the natural drainage of lymph. This massage uses light pressure to stimulate the lymphatic system which cleanses and nourishes our cells. Lymphatic Drainage Technique is a gentle approach that does not use creams or oils. The practitioner will identify stagnant, congested areas of the body and gently push the old lymph out of lymph vessels making room for fresh lymph to refill in the body, acting as a pump system to help stimulate the bodies immune system. The abdomen is also commonly flushed using gentle lymphatic techniques to assist with full body detoxification. This helps restore proper circulation in the body.
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Scar Tissue Rehabilitation Massage
As the body recovers from an injury, scar tissue or collagen fibers develop around the site of an injury to mend the damage. This tissue has a denser feel to the tissue around it. Massage therapy can improve the flexibility, help hasten the healing process, and allow the tissue to resume a softer more malleable feel. We use a combination of massage techniques such as cross fiber friction, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, and deep tissue therapy to help rehabilitate the body after an injury. This massage is wonderful for people who are being proactive with their healing starting 12 weeks post op or even many years after a injury or surgery.
Hot Stone Massage
Hot stone massage is a wonderful way to incorporate the therapeutic properties of heat into a massage session. The warmth from the stones feels amazing and allows your massage therapist to easily release tension from the muscles. The use of heat helps the body to reduce pain and inflammation, improve circulation and range of motion in the muscles and joints, and increases metabolism. A hot stone massage combines deeply relaxing therapeutic massage techniques with stones, placing hot stones on various muscles to warm them up before massaging the muscles. We know you will love this heavenly warming hot stone massage. We also use hot stones in our postpartum mother roasting sessions click here for more information.
Massage therapy may alleviate the following symptoms:
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Upper, Mid, and Back pain
- Muscle aches
- Muscle tightness
- Neck pain
- Sciatica, carpal tunnel, and nerve restriction related pathologies
- Restrictions from scar tissue
- Anxiety and depression
- Migraines and headaches
- Menstrual pain and reproductive health related ailments
- Pain from injuries and muscle atrophy due to broken bones
- Assist in scar tissue rehabilitation
Massage can also complement other treatments such as chiropractic services, physical therapy, acupuncture, and others to hasten healing and support whole body wellness.