The benefits of massage:
- Decrease stress
- Increase circulation
- Release muscle tightness
- Improve range of motion & flexibility
- Release endorphines
- Diminish aches and pains
- Reduce anxiety and depression
Current research is beginning to validate what most clients already know about massage therapy: it can help ease or prevent many common ailments that are often treated with prescription drugs and/or hospitilization. Massage therapy is based on the ability of the body to naturally heal itself.
Types of massage:
- Swedish massage: A hands on full body massage with light to mediun pressure. Relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation, increases serotonin levels, improves muscle tone, and promotes total mind and body relaxation.
- Deep tissue massage: A firm pressure therapeutic massage. Helps alleviate pain, muscle spasms, stress, infammation, and tissue damage. Great for anyone with soft tissue problems that produce any discomfort or pain.
- Hot stone massage: Penetrating heat from smooth oiled and warmed stones is used to relieve tense muscles and sore joints. Combined with Swedish techniques, this creates an unforgettable, thoroughly relaxing experience.
- Sports massage: A therapeutic massage that includes stretching and compression techniques. Rehabilitates soft tissue dysfunction that can result from physical labor, lifting weights, or sports-related injuries. Promotes flexibility, reduces swelling, relieves muscle tension, and alleviates muscle fatigue.
- Pregnancy massage: A gentle massage geared to relieving the muscle cramps, spasms, and pain often encountered in the lower back, neck, hips, and legs during pregnancy. Safe semi-reclined and side-to-side body positioning with body pillows for extra comfort.
- Reflexology: A form of bodywork that primarily works with the feet. It is based on the principle that working with specific points on the feet can bring about a therapeutic effect in other parts of the body.
- Chair massage: Available for seated chair massage events...great for schools, churches, and corporations.