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Swedish

Primary goal of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. The therapist lubricates the skin with massage oil and performs various massage strokes, including the basic techniques for a traditional Swedish massage: effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapotement, vibration/nerve strokes, and Swedish gymnastics. Swedish massage is exceptionally beneficial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood, decreasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility while easing tension. Swedish massage therapy goes beyond relaxation.

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Deep Tissue

Deep tissue massage therapy is very similar to Swedish massage. However, the focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints) the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or knots.. Deep tissue massages use many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massages, but the pressure will be more intense. It is also a more focused type of massage.

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Sport

Sports massage was developed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance, recover after a big event, or function well during training. However, you don’t have to be an athlete to benefit from sports massage. Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons and can be beneficial for people with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of motion. The therapist might use Swedish massage to stimulate circulation of blood and lymph fluids, and trigger point therapy to break down adhesions (knots in the muscles), and stretching to increase the range of motion.

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Prenatal

Prenatal massage is especially beneficial in the second and third trimesters when the extra weight in your belly puts a strain on your back especially as you begin to carry more weight further along in your pregnancy, which often leads to overworked muscles that can create knots and other sore spots. massage therapists learn the physiology of pregnant women, how to recognize the special positions they require at different stages of their pregnancy, and how to give the body extra cushioning and support. Additionally, licensed prenatal massage therapists learn the pressure points that must be avoided during pregnancy.

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Lymphatic

Your lymphatic system helps eliminate your body’s waste. A healthy, active lymphatic system uses the natural movements of smooth muscle tissue to do this. However, surgery, medical conditions, or other damage can cause fluids to build up in your lymph system and your lymph nodes, a condition known as lymphedema. If you’ve ever had a surgery on or involving your lymph nodes, your doctor may have suggested lymphatic drainage massage. Lymphatic massage is a gentle pressure technique used to move the waste fluids away from the damaged area. Lymphatic massage is one technique used to reduce lymphedema. which can cause heart failure and blood blots.

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Combo

A Combination Massage is a massage integrating more than one style or massage modality. It can combine techniques from Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, reflexology, trigger point therapy and hot stone. These combinations are used to tailor the massage towards your personal preferences and specific needs. The most popular combo massage is Swedish and Thai or Body and foot massage. Feel free to ask our massage therapist to help you to pick the best combination for you.

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Eastern Massage

Thai

Thai massage is new to modern spas, but it is actually an ancient form of massage thought to have been developed by Buddhist monks in Thailand 2,500 years ago. It uses passive stretching and gentle pressure along the body’s energy lines to increase flexibility, relieve muscle and joint tension, and balance the body’s energy systems. Meanwhile, Thai massage has its roots in a spiritual tradition, and its purpose is to heal a person physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The therapist is also on the mat and moves your body into various stretches and positions, without any work on your part. Thai massage can be both relaxing and energizing, so it is a good choice if you want to be active after your massage

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Shiatsu

Like deep tissue? Ashi (foot) atsu (pressure) is a way to receive even deeper work by being massaged with someone’s feet. It’s better than it sounds. After the therapist washes her feet, she gets up on the table with you, supporting her body weight by holding parallel bars mounted on the ceiling. She can do deep work simply by using the weight of her body. It’s also more comfortable because the pressure is spread out over the wider area of the foot, not concentrated in fingers or elbows. This is especially good for tight, overlooked areas like hamstrings, calves, and the backs of your arms.

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Acupressure

Acupressure is often called acupuncture without the needles. Instead of needles, acupressure involves the application of manual pressure (usually with the fingertips) to specific points on the body. If the flow of energy (also called “chi” or “qi”) is blocked at any point on a meridian, it’s thought to cause various symptoms and health conditions anywhere along the meridian. The goal of acupressure or other types of Asian bodywork is to restore health and balance to the body’s channels of energy and to regulate opposing forces of yin (negative energy) and yang (positive energy). Most people try acupressure for the first time to manage symptoms of a condition such as: Cancer-related fatigue, Headache, Menstrual cramps, Motion sickness, Muscle tension and pain, Nausea or vomiting after surgery or chemotherapy, Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and morning sickness, Stress management

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Hand and Foot Reflexology

Eunice Ingham, known as the “pioneer of modern reflexology,” built upon this work by painstakingly mapping the connections between the feet and all the corresponding organs and glands of the body.
The basis for reflexology, zonal therapy, is based on the theory that the body is divided into ten zones running longitudinally from head to toe, with five on each side of the body. Practitioners believe that pressure on reflex points on the foot or hand will affect body organs in the same zone.
Through this, Ingham devised a system of techniques that would enable the practitioner to contact the reflexes in the most effective and economical ways.

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Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger points are painful spots in the muscle tissue that radiate pain to other areas of the body and are indications that the body has experienced some form of physiological dysfunction, such as poor posture, repetitive mechanical stress, a mechanical imbalance, or acute trauma.
Trigger point massage therapy is also specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. In this type of massage for trigger point therapy, the recipient actively participates through deep breathing as well as identifying the exact location and intensity of the discomfort.

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Combo

A Combination Massage is a massage integrating more than one style or massage modality. It can combine techniques from Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, reflexology, trigger point therapy and hot stone. These combinations are used to tailor the massage towards your personal preferences and specific needs. The most popular combo massage is Swedish and Thai or Body and foot massage.

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