Types of Massage

002Swedish Massage incorporates long, smooth and soothing strokes. It helps the muscles unwind and relax. It enables the parasympathetic system and helps to re-balance the body. Great for general aches and pains.

Deep Tissue Massage works deeper into the layers of muscle tissues and fascia using pressure and specific techniques to unlock wound up and bound areas. Great for specific areas of chronic pain. Specializing in neck, shoulders,  back and hip areas.

Prenatal & Post Natal Massage is a nurturing massage with special positioning for the mother-to-be and new mothers to achieve the best possible comfort and well-being of mom and baby during this time. It helps reduce muscle tension in the neck and shoulders while also easing pressure on low back and hips. Regular massage during pregnancy encourages the body to find balance during this time of change. It also helps the body recover more quickly after birth.

Lymphatic Drainage Therapy is a form of gentle massage that encourages the movement of lymph fluids around the body. The fluid in the lymphatic system helps remove waste and toxins from the bodily tissues. Some health conditions can cause lymph fluid to build up. Lymphatic drainage massages can benefit people with lymphedemafibromyalgia, diabetes, PTSD, insomnia, migraines, vertigo, and other conditions. Great for stress, and clearing stagnation in the immune system and much more. Do you have chronic colds and flu? Try a few sessions to get things flowing. It takes about 3-4 sessions about 1-2 weeks apart to achieve optimal results. Then just 2-3 times per year for maintenance.

Here’s a link https://theeverygirl.com/i-tried-a-lymphatic-drainage-massage/

Reiki is a hands-on healing system that taps into the universal life force to assist in the body’s natural healing process. By balancing the body’s energy centers, deep relaxation is promoted on many levels.

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on approach that releases tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body health and performance. It was pioneered and developed by Osteopathic Physician John E. Upledger after years of clinical testing and research at Michigan State University where he served as professor of biomechanics.

Using a soft touch which is generally no greater than 5 grams – about the weight of a nickel – practitioners release restrictions in the soft tissues that surround the central nervous system. CST is increasingly used as a preventive health measure for its ability to bolster resistance to disease, and it’s effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.

~~~Much of the time I use a combination of these techniques. I also may use hot stones and essential oils to accentuate your experience into deep levels of relaxation.

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