Various Forms of Massage Therapy
Relaxation Massage (Swedish Massage): Uses a system of long strokes, kneading and friction combined with active and passive movements of the joints.
Neuromusclular Therapy: Deep tissue massage where Neuromusclular trigger points are released through specifically applied pressure.
Sports Massage: Focusing on the particular muscles relevant to your athletic activity to enhance performance and endurance. Compression of muscles and passive stretching.
Aromatherapy Massage: A special blend of essential oils are combined with massage enhancing their effectiveness in relieving stress, improving mood and promoting good health.
Seated Chair Massage: A way of offering the benefits of massage in public places. The recipient is seated and fully clothed and the session usually lasts 10 -20 minutes.
Cranio Sacral: A light touch treatment of the dura matter within the cranium, spinal cord and sacrum. This releases blockage in the bodies flow of cerebral spinal fluid, thus reducing pain and discomfort throughout the body.
Myofascial Release: Specific techniques are used to release tight connective tissue throughout the body. This results in increased mobility and flexibility in muscles and joints, reducing pain. No oil is used.
Thai Massage: See Thai Massage