Orthopedic massage is a type of injury rehabilitation that focuses on the muscles and soft tissues surrounding joints.
The aim of orthopedic massage is to relieve pain while restoring balance to the tissues and create a fuller range of motion. Read more
Swedish massage, which focuses on the top layers of muscles and joints, is the most common and one of the most familiar types of massage being both relaxing and energizing.
It is a great introductory to massage therapy because of its firm pressure but gentle strokes – promoting better circulation and blood flow to larger muscle groups. Read more
Deep tissue massage is a technique that is mainly used to treat issues such as strains and sports injuries.
It involves applying continuous pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the interior layers of your muscles and connective tissues.
This technique aids in breaking up scar tissue that forms after an injury and reduces strain in muscle and tissue making it a perfect type of massage therapy for athletes. Read more
Changes in the body during pregnancy can sometimes be drastic, or it can change minimally over time.
Regardless of the way those changes appear, a prenatal massage treatment can work wonders for you during your pregnancy! Read more
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