Specializing in Medical, Oncology & Post - Operative Massages
Passionate about assisting clients through recovery from injury and biomechanical dysfunction
Myofascial Release Massage can aid in restoring joint functionality and mobility, muscle flexibility, structural and biomechanics imbalances as well as lymphatic drainage. It can increase relaxation, relieve pain and soreness, improve circulation, and encourage lymphatic drainage. Enhance your recovery from surgery and injury.
- The main goal of cranial sacral unwinding is to aid in the flow of cerebral spinal fluid. Cerebral spinal fluid
- fluctuates, like a tide, from the cranium of the head down the spinal column and back up, but also throughout the entire
- body. It is a dynamic system and the movement of the fluid is connected to the health of every individual.
Deep Tissue & Myofascial Release Massage
Extremely helpful for individuals experiencing chronic pain and or stress. It can alleviate muscle, connective tissue and fascia tension from endured Biomechanical dysfunction, overuse injuries as well as. muscle imbalances from poor postural.
Medical Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Beneficial for recovery from various surgical procedures such as a mastectomy
and other conditions that cause an accumulation of lymph fluid and painful swelling in the extremities. Consists of very light strokes along the lymphatic vessels and surrounding tissues to encourage the fluids of the lymphs system to flow toward the heart.
Neuromuscular Trigger Point Massage Therapy
Soft tissue technique exceptionally helpful in relieving chronic pain and holding patterns caused from trauma, injury and stress related to: Muscle imbalances, Nerve compression or entrapment, Poor Posture, Trigger Points.
Used by Dr. Travell to treat President Kennedy’s debilitating back pain
Swedish & Energy Massage
Swedish massage is a gentle, relaxing massage often used to improve circulation, decrease blood pressure and alleviate stress, anxiety. Gliding strokes and kneading create a feeling of deep relaxation for the entire body. Swedish massage is often the first technique taught in massage schools because it can be adapted to almost any body type or style of massage.
Common conditions benefiting from massage: Back pain, Neck pain, Shoulder Pain, Headaches, Migraines, Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel, Herniated Discs, Scoliosis, Knee, Hip, or Joint Pain, Rotator Cuff (shoulder problems), Sports Injuries, TMJ, Whiplash, Osteoarthritis, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Tendonitis, Spasms, Cramps, Strains, Postural Distortions, Poor Posture, Stress, Tension,
Provides effective treatment of skeletal muscle immobility, soreness and pain often caused from injury or overuse. Adhesions and scar tissue can develop in fascia and connective tissue around muscles, thus limiting movement and function. Myofascial release encourages separation of tissue layers so that muscles slide over one another with less restriction.