HOLISTIC MASSAGE THERAPY
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Mainly used to break up muscular scar tissue, untangle muscle "knots" and break the adhesions that can disrupt a normal metabolic circulation.
The warmth of the stones is very soothing and relaxing. It naturally relieves tight muscles and promotes their rehabilitation.
Designed to prevent and treat injuries, improve flexibility, and enhance athletic performance. It can be used to assist a training program. For instance: a better recovery from an athletic or sporting events.
Lymphatic drainage is a gentle, massage treatment performed by a specially trained lymphatic massage therapist to move the lymph fluid around the body. This procedure speeds up the removal of wastes and toxins from a sluggish lymphatic system and reduces swellings.
We use clear silicon cups. These are maintaining their suction while being moved. This technique is much safer and more efficient than regular cupping. It won't bruise you and might even promote near-skin tissue healing.
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) is an advanced form of flexibility training, which involves both the stretching and contracting of the muscle group being targeted. It is the most effective form of stretching to improve flexibility and expand the range of motion but is mostly used in rehabilitation.
Sometimes, there is no time for a full massage but your muscles are sore and the stress is high. This treatment takes only 15-30 minutes. The therapist will concentrate on the upper back, shoulders and neck.
External Shock Wave Therapy is used to help with the body tissue healing process. It can "Jump-start" the natural healing process if it is not happening or is too slow.
Far Infrared Therapy is used to slow down the body's auto-destructive process while augmenting nutritional supply. This works great in skin health improvement, muscular and joint rehabilitation.
Our therapists have years of related education and practice!
In professional manual rehabilitation therapy
Our goal is to keep the people that have trusted us – healthy
Each of our practitioners has over 3000 hours of professional education in massage therapy and has a Manual Therapy College Diplomat.
Benefits of manual therapy
Manual therapy can offer a number of benefits to anyone. Not only athletes and those suffering from chronic pain needs help. Stress and fatigue are common for everyone. A good massage is a very effective way to manage these issues in less time and effort.
Perhaps there is no better way to relax than spending a day at the spa. But, interestingly, a good massage can have lasting effects on your stress levels. In fact, in a recent study conducted by Chang Gung University, researchers found that a massage can actually permanently reduce the level of the stress-causing hormones. The study also found that massages even helped people feel confident with their bodies and their self-esteem.
Another, study featured in the International Journal of Neuroscience stated that a single massage therapy session increased levels of Oxytocin, Serotonin and Dopamine were increased by as much as 31% after one massage therapy. These hormones are well known to decrease feelings of anxiety and depression, and increase feelings of happiness and harmony.
Loosening muscles and tendons allows to increase the blood flow throughout the body. Improving your circulation can have a number of positive effects on the rest of your body, including reduced fatigue and pain management!
Massage therapy is excellent for working out problem areas like lower back pain and chronic stiffness. A professional therapist will be able to accurately target the source of your pain and help achieve the perfect massage regimen.
Stimulating the soft tissues of your body will help to release toxins through your blood and lymphatic systems.
This is why it is essential to drink some water following your massage to ensure the toxins can be released.
If you suffer from edema or another disease that increases swelling, you may greatly benefit from a massage. Water can get trapped in your body’s tissues. For instance, a pregnant woman who has swollen feet or legs can help reduce the amount of water by getting a massage. Your body will be stimulated, allowing the water to be flushed from your system. While massage may not address the underlying cause of edema, it is an effective relief from its symptoms.
Reduce post-surgery and post-injury swelling:
A professional massage is a great way to safely deal with a sports injury or post-surgery rehabilitation.
Stimulation of the lymph nodes re-charges the body’s natural defense system and therefore improves immune function.
Massage therapy will loosen and relax your muscles, helping your body to achieve its full range of movement potential. It is a good idea to stretch immediately following your massage and in the days after to maintain this flexibility and mobility. Massage along with other healthy physical activities, will help your body feel flexible and relaxed.
A massage will encourage relaxation and boost your mood. Going to bed with relaxed and loosened muscles promotes more restful sleep, and you’ll get replenished in the morning!
This helps you to avoid, the usual “afternoon crash” and to keep you awake through the full day.
People who decide on getting their neck and upper body massaged will be able to get their nervous system relaxed. This procedure usually triggers the rest of the body to behave in a similar way.
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