Massage and Manual Therapies
Deep Tissue: Using deep compressions, gradual pressure is added as muscle tissue relaxes and allows for the body’s deeper muscles to release.
Releases muscle tension and chronic pain
Softens scar tissue and lengthens tight muscles
Opening up restricted range of motion.
Speeds up recovery time from injury
Effective with injury prevention
Sports: A blend of several different techniques to enhance muscle function and flexibility. This type of massage was originally created to serve pro athletes but through the years, more and more people leading active lives have found relief from tension and pain through this treatment.
Promotes healthy muscle and joint function
Improves endurance and stamina
Reduces post-workout recovery time
Effective for injury prevention
NeuroMuscular/Trigger Point: Trigger points are located within muscle tissue and send pain signals throughout the body’s musculature. Firm pressure is held firmly to specific areas within the muscle tissue. This work is often blended with other therapies to increase
Helps repair damaged tissue from chronic injuries
Breaks up scar tissue and lengthens shortened muscles
Improves range of motion and flexibility
Myofascial Release: Fascia (or Connective Tissue) is the webbing and structure within our musculature holding us together. When fascia becomes tight, underlying muscles and bones become puled out of alignment, leading to painful and restrictive holding patters in our posture. This technique is applied by stretching along common fascial lines to help open areas of limited range of motion.
Opens restricted areas held throughout the body
Improves posture and increase range of motion
Relieves pain from chronic injury
Foam Rolling Instruction
Myo Method I: Basic techniques targeting the most common areas of tension and restriction throughout the body.
MyoMethod II: Advanced techniques targeting specific holding patterns and fascial restrictions throughout the body.
Prenatal: Safe and effective bodywork for every trimester! Relieve common body aches and pains by receiving regular bodywork during your pregnancy. Depending on your preference, pressure can be light, medium, or firm. In the earliest stages of pregnancy, ou may be either receiving your massage lying face up and down. As you progress into each trimester, you will be on your side propped up with pillows to maximize comfort and relaxation.
Calms nervous system and improves nerve disorders. Additional benefits: eases migraines and headaches, and helps heal birth trauma for both mom and baby