Massage & Myofascial Cupping
An ancient healing therapy that uses negative pressure in cups to create a suction on the skin. The therapist then glides the cups along the fascial lines of the body, which is found just beneath the skin surface and surrounds the muscles.
This technique is used to reduce tension and trigger points.
A massage that uses deeper pressure to address the deeper structures.
Various techniques are used that may include, Orthopedic Assessment and testing, Trigger Point therapy, Myofascial release and Joint Manipulation.
Therapeutic Sports Recovery Massage
Whether you are a training athlete, or an active person training at the gym, your body needs recovery. Muscles that are under constant tension pull on joints and the skeletal system, causing more injuries. A sports massage can correct those issues and other sport-related injuries, past or present.
This Massage will focus on the specific area that is injured or needs work, so may not include the whole body, like a regular massage. Techniques that may be used, will be Proprioceptive Neuromusclar Facilitation (PNF) stretching, myofascial cupping, Arthrokinetic therapy, and Nerve mobilizations, among other techniques for optimal healing.
Purely for the light hearted client, who is seeking peace of mind and is wanting to relax the nervous system and soft muscle tissue.
Acupressure and Meridian Therapy
This type of therapy focuses on acupressure points (same as Acupuncture), that are located along the Meridian channels, that run throughout the body.
Acupressure can address issues like diabetes, stress, coughs, colds, swelling and problems with organs and body systems.
There are 200,000 nerve endings in your feet. No wonder it feels so good to get them worked on. The therapist uses pressure that corresponds to specific organs and systems of the body.
Treat your feet!