Our staff of massage therapists offers various styles of massage therapy as described below. After each session, we will guide you on at-home stretches that you can do to keep your muscles lengthened and balanced.
Muscle Release Techniquesm - Muscle Release Techniquesm is a unique repetitive use injury therapy that combines compression, extension, movement and breath to break up scar tissue, lengthen shortened muscles, restore muscle memory and provide relief from pain. During each session the therapist will provide education, bodywork, and stretches.
Integrated Bodywork - Our therapists will design a personalized session specific to your body's needs. Sessions will include multiple techniques such as Muscle Release Techniquesm, Integrated Manual Therapy, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue and Trigger Point Therapy to help bring the musculoskeletal system closer to balance.
Swedish Massage – This slow, deep therapeutic massage will release chronic tension and relieve aches and pains, which will assist in increasing flexibility, circulation and improving posture.
Prenatal Massage - Massage therapy during and after pregnancy, combined with chiropractic care, can help to alleviate the many discomforts associated with your changing body. During your massage session, we will incorporate a variety of techniques suited to the pregnant mother such as deep tissue and stretching to lengthen contracted muscles and improve flexibility.
Ashiatsu Massage - Ashiatsu is a barefoot technique that consists of long, deep, flowing strokes. The therapist's foot is able to provide a constant, deep, smooth pressure as it glides over your body, providing greater relief in a shorter period of time. Because the foot is broader and more padded than the hand, the pressure is generally more comfortable and sumptuous than traditional deep tissue methods, providing a luxurious deep tissue experience. The therapist uses a set of bars secured above their head, providing the support and balance they need to deliver a smooth and even pressure. This also allows the therapist to adjust the amount of pressure to suit your personal needs.