What is Massage Therapy?
What Are The Therapeutic Benefits Of Massage Therapy?
It's is the manual manipulation of soft tissue such as muscle, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue such as fascia. Our therapists are professionally trained in Swedish massage techniques with pressure being applied using the hands, fingers, thumbs, forearms, elbows, and knuckles. Massage therapy has a direct impact on the muscular, circulatory, lymphatic, and nervous system. It is one of the oldest health care practices in history and dates back to as far as 4000 years old.
Overall sense of wellbeing
Aid in reducing arthritic pain
Relieve muscle tension and spasm
Aid in muscle recovery
Boost the immune system
Lower blood pressure
Increase range of motion
Improve healing times in strains and sprains
Help to breakdown scar tissue
Enhance athletic performance
Scoliosis and Kyphosis
Headache or Migraine
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Temperolomandibular disorders (TMJ)
Sports related injuries
Tendinitis or repetitive strain injuries
Post surgical rehabilitation
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
What Conditions Can Massage Therapy Help With Or Treat?
What To Expect
Your massage therapist will develop a personalized treatment plan based on your concerns and your own body's needs. You will dress down to your comfort level usually with underwear left on and during the treatment the body only being undraped where that therapist is working. Pressure with the therapist will be communicated for your comfort level. As well as you telling the therapist at anytime if you have discomfort. The treatment may also be stopped by you at any time. Your consent to be treated will be taken from the therapist and this consent at any time can be withdrawn. Your privacy will be respected at all times. As well as we have a zero tolerance policy for any inappropriate behavior towards our therapists. Every treatment includes heat, complementary Japanese Mint oil and hot towels as long as the patient consents.