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Modalities & Techniques

Specialty Modalities

Warm Bamboo Massage

With the soothing addition of heat this massage can be deep and therapeutic or light and relaxing.

Gua Sha Massage or IASTM

Using high quality stainless steel tools these techniques are great for releasing deep tight muscles and improving movement of the muscles.

Cupping Therapy

Works deep to heal more difficult or chronic pain and can be useful for enhancing sport performance as well.

Techniques

*Most massage modalities can be requested as a therapy by itself or customized and integrated into a session with complimentary techniques according to the therapist’s skill and knowledge.

Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy massage performed with the client lying on her side supported with bolsters/cushions.

Cranial Sacral Therapy

Focuses on the bones of the head, spinal column, sacrum, and the underlying structures in order to find restrictions and/or compressions and release them.

Sports Massage

A number of techniques, including stretches, used to manipulate soft tissue to support function, performance and the overall well-being of an athlete.

Reflexology Treatment

The practice of manipulating reflex areas in the feet corresponding to specific body parts and organs.Structural Bodywork: Slow “Deep Tissue” strokes used to lengthen tissue and create postural and functional changes creating a better relationship with gravity.

Trigger Point Therapy

A highly effective technique used to alleviate chronic pain and dysfunction by working with activated trigger points.

Swedish Massage

Usually what people get when they want a “Relaxation” massage. A modality with most strokes in general going in the direction of the heart, supporting the circulatory and lymphatic systems.

Deep Tissue & Full Body Massage

It’s a therapeutic massage as like Swedish, however the deeper pressure is helpful in reducing chronic muscle tension. The main target is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and connective tissue (the protecting layer close muscles, bones and joints).

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