Massage

Massage is mostly known for its relaxing effect, however offers much more. Through different techniques, massage provides aiding soft tissue healing, revitalizing the body, increase blood and lymph circulation, relieving chronic patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries, such as back sprain.

Session duration varies from 30, 60 and 90 minutes long. The type of massage can vary from relaxing to therapeutic. The appropiate type of massage will be discussed at your consultation so you receive a tailored treatment and get the most out of your session.

Therapeutic Massage

Holistic bodywork integrates an array of advanced techniques aimed at optimizing the body's innate healing processes. Employing gentle to firm pressure, this approach aims to alleviate tension, promote muscle relaxation, enhance circulation of both blood and lymph, and foster a profound sense of serenity. Serving as a complementary adjunct to traditional medical interventions for various ailments and injuries, therapeutic massage can mitigate discomfort and tension, facilitate the recovery of soft tissues, and rejuvenate the entire system. Moreover, regular sessions can bolster overall well-being by fostering relaxation, easing muscle stiffness, mitigating anxiety and stress, and harmonizing the interconnected aspects of body, mind, and spirit.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage targets specific painful or stiff areas in the body, commonly referred to as "trouble spots." This technique involves the massage therapist employing slow and deliberate strokes to apply pressure to deep layers of muscles, tendons, or other tissues beneath the skin. While it may lack the rhythmic flow of other massage styles, deep tissue massage is valued for its therapeutic potential in alleviating chronic tension patterns and aiding in the recovery of muscle injuries, such as back sprains.

Sport Massage

Sport massage was created to target muscle systems pertinent to specific athletic activities. Employing a range of techniques, it assists athletes during training sessions as well as before, during, or after sports events. Its purposes span from enhancing flexibility and injury prevention to aiding in the recovery from muscle strains sustained during sports-related injuries.

Cupping Therapy

- Enhancement of Immune System Response
- Release of Adhered Tissues through Decompression
- Improvement of Cellular Circulation

Cupping therapy is a traditional Eastern practice that employs glass, silicone, or plastic cups to create suction, achieved through methods such as fire, pumping, or the cup itself. This technique aims to achieve diverse outcomes, including boosting immune system response, releasing adhered tissues through decompression, and enhancing cellular circulation.

Gua Sha and Fascial Abrasion Technique:

- Disruption of Fascial Restriction Density
  - Remodeling Scar Tissue
  - Alleviating Cellular Stagnation

Gua Sha: Employed as a scraping method to superficially stimulate blood vessels beneath the skin, facilitating the elimination of stagnation, providing pain relief, and promoting detoxification and circulation.

Fascial Abrasion Technique: Utilized as a gentle scraping technique to disrupt density, enhance elasticity, and aid in lymphatic drainage.

massage therapist relieving muscle soreness