Wondering which massage to request? Let us help. Tell us your goals for the session, and together we’ll develop a strategy that best addresses your specific needs. Skilled therapists assess where their clients are (we do not diagnose,) and generally blend modalities as needed, rather than settling for learned routines or any one technique.
Therapeutic vs. Relaxation?
Clients experiencing pain, inflammation, limited range of motion, and discomfort in their neck, shoulders, arms, back, hips, legs, hands, and feet are good candidates for therapeutic massage. It enhances joint and muscle function, improves blood and lymphatic circulation, increases range of motion, and helps diminish pain. All our therapists are experienced in helping clients with:
carpal tunnel syndrome
sciatica and sciatic-like symptoms
leg, knee, and ankle pain
hand and foot pain
Sometimes a more subtle touch is called for, resulting in many of the same benefits that traditional massage accomplishes. Delivered with just five grams of pressure, these modalities bring about a sense of physical and emotional well being, as well as deep relaxation, improved flexibility, increased range of motion, diminished pain, improved blood and lymph circulation, and the release of myofascial restrictions in the body. Clients with TMJ, migraines, post traumatic stress, tinnitus, SI-joint dysfunction, foot pain, fibromyalgia, stress, and shoulder and neck issues have benefited from our energy work.
Learn more about the various types of massage we offer by checking out the links below:
Neuromuscular therapy -- http://www.nmtcenter.com
Orthopedic massage -- http://www.omeri.com/massage
Deep tissue massage
Myofascial release --
Craniosacral -- http://www.upledger.com/content.asp?id=61
Raindrop therapy -- https://www.youngliving.com/raindrop
Manual lymphatic drainage -- http://www.upledger.com/content.asp?id=27
Warm stone massage
Have additional questions about our types of massage?
We'd be happy to help you further. Call us at 757 723-3829 757 723-3829 or use our contact form.