Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage is very beneficial in maintaining a healthy lifestyle to holistically enhance the wellness of body, mind and spirit. The benefits of massage are especially increased when used regularly and over time. Studies show that when massage is used on a weekly or even monthly basis, it offers a greater and more consistent positive effect upon one's health. 

Some of the short and long term benefits of massage include: 

- Relaxation.

- Decreased stress and anxiety.

- Enhanced sleep quality. 

- Increased circulation.

- Lymphatic stimulation.

- Improved concentration.

- Greater energy. 

- Reduced fatigue. 

- Pain management.

- Enhanced immunity. 

- Promotes tissue regeneration.

- Releases endorphins - the body's natural painkillers. 

Because we now know that much of disease is stress related, there is no denying the power of bodywork. Massage therapy can be a potent ally in your holistic healthcare regimen and can be considered a necessary piece of your health and wellness plan. Work with your practitioner to establish a treatment schedule that best suits your needs. 

Swedish. A relaxing full body circulatory massage to relieve stress and tightness that will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. This massage oxygenates and detoxifies the entire body and helps promote flexibility. 

Deep Tissue. Combined with firm swedish strokes, deep tissue is targeted massage focusing on specific areas for deeper relief using slow stroke techniques. 

Table Shiatsu. An Eastern modality using pressure applied to your body’s meridians / pressure points to harmonize and balance energy flow, this treatment stimulates the circulatory, lymphatic, and hormonal systems. For this style of massage, loose fitting or stretchy clothing is worn and no oil or lotion is used.

Trigger Point Therapy.

MFT.

Sports Massage.

Reflexology.