Food for Thought:
Think about it...if we can spend money on many of our favorite expenses and treats, then why not let our most favorite expense be our health and wellness? And quite honestly and realistically, a massage is worth more than your favorite pair of shoes, dinner date, or even season's tickets in the long run. Not only does a massage leave you feeling relaxed, it is also very beneficial as it provides rejuvenation, realignment, rehabilitation, circulation, detoxification, and relief of tension to the body, mind, and soul caused by the daily stresses of our busy lifestyles.
Swedish - one of the most common forms of massage, Swedish relaxes the muscles and eases aches and pains as it promotes relaxation
Deep Tissue - a popular form of deep massage technique that targets deeper layers of muscle & tissue
Hot Stone - uses the warmth of smooth round healing stones that help melt away tension to muscles and superficial areas
Neuromuscular / Trigger Point - deep tissue massage that targets the neurological system relieving pain through concentrated pressure to trigger points aka "knots"
Sports - not just for the athletic; Sports incorporates stretching and massage that is used to increase flexibility and range of motion in addition to prevent muscle injury
Reflexology - a form of pressure point massage for the feet & hands used to promote health in various areas of the body
Energy Work - energy in the client is balanced by the therapist through breathing techniques and inner healing
Aromatherapy - different scented essential oils used during the massage to elevate healing of various conditions
Chair Massage - during Chair Massage, the client is fully clothed and massage techniques that do not require massage oil or lotion are used
Massage Therapy and Bodywork Benefits:
Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress-related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. Massage is an effective tool for managing this stress, which translates into:
Massage can also help specifically address a number of health issues. Bodywork can: