Deep Tissue & Swedish Massage Therapy

Deep Tissue & Swedish Massage Therapy

Therapeutic touch that relieves muscular tension, pain, stress, helps with injury rehabilitation and can give relief from sports injuries. I include Deep tissue, Swedish massage and Myofascial techniques in my practice.

Massage therapy is a manual manipulation of soft body tissues (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well-being.

People seek massage therapy for a variety of reasons – to reduce stress and anxiety, relax muscles, rehabilitate injuries, reduce pain, and promote overall health and wellness. There are several types of massage that I offer, many times combining modalities to achieve an optimum outcome.

Deep tissue - This is the type of massage that makes one feel a little achy the next day, similar to the soreness you may feel after a good workout session. This soreness is attributed to neurological patterns being changed, in addition to positive changes in the physical muscle tissue.

Swedish Massage -This is the type of massage most people imagine when they think of long, relaxing strokes and melting away into the massage table. Excellent for distressing, moving blood and lymph and feeling incredibly relaxed after!

Myo Fascial Techniques - Fascia is the layer of connective tissue beneath your skin but above your muscles. It runs throughout our entire body and aids in muscular movement. Myofascial ("myo" means "muscle") techniques manipulate fascia in order to free muscle movements. Myofascial release massage physically affects fascial connections in order to keep blood and lymph flowing freely, which makes tissue feel softer, more pliable and more flexible.

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