What is Massage Therapy ?
Massage is a manual therapy that manipulates the soft tissues to soothe, heal, and decrease muscle tension, pain, and stress. It has a therapeutic effect and improves the overall health by acting directly on the muscular, nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic (immune) systems. Massage techniques range from traditional Swedish to pressure point and lymphatic drainage to:
Reduce swelling and blood pressure
Enhance respiratory function and mobility of joints, and
Alleviate emotional, physical and mental tension.
From injury rehabilitation and stress release to overall wellness, massage therapy is more than just relaxation.
You may think of a massage as a great solution when you are stressed out. But massage therapy is a lot more than that. Massage therapy can be extremely powerful in the treatment of a wide range of today’s health problems – from sprains and strains to sciatica, and everything in between.
Our center has registered massage therapists who are trained to provide healing therapy for conditions that include, headaches, poor circulation, sports injuries, chronic and acute pain, the discomfort of pregnancy and much more.
In our center we provide,
- Deep tissue massage
- Swedish massage
- Trigger point therapy
- Infant massage
- Sports massage
- Full body/wellness massage
- Breast massage/Lymphatic drainage
Although massage therapy affects the body as a whole, it particularly influences the activity of the musculoskeletal, circulatory, lymphatic, and nervous systems. Massage has been practiced as a healing therapy for centuries in nearly every culture around the world.
Who needs massage therapy?
Consult with a massage therapist if you experience:
Pre- and post-natal pain or discomfort
Lower back pain or strain in your muscles or joints
Sports injury strains, sprains or soreness
Back, shoulder or neck pain
Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and tendonitis
Anxiety or depression
Headaches and migraines
Muscle-related conditions such as spasms, strains and sprains
Repetitive strain injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome
|30 minutes =||$ 60 + Hst|
|45 minutes=||$ 85 + Hst|
|60 minutes (1 hour) =||$ 100 + Hst|
|75 minutes =||$ 120 + Hst|
|90 minutes =||$ 140 + Hst|