Today’s world can leave you tired and exhausted! Whether you are working, parenting or juggling both it can be hard to relax and unwind.
Massage is a great tool to release all that pent up stress!
A good relaxing massage can allow you to hit that reset button. It will leave you feeling refreshed and even though it won’t make life’s hustle and bustle disappear it will make you forget about it at least for the duration of your massage.
There are a variety of different massage techniques to choose from. Below are some of the popular message techniques that we offer and their benefits.
Deep tissue massage is used for therapy and rehab. This kind of massage can usually be a little uncomfortable depending on the severity of the issue you are experiencing. This type of massage is great for relieving stress, breaking down scar tissue, reducing chronic pain and back pain and can even lower high blood pressure
Who doesn’t enjoy a relaxation massage? You get to relax and have all of your cares taken away! There are numerous benefits to a relaxation massage. They can help improve your sleep, concentration, help reduce anxiety and headaches and give your more energy.
Don’t be put off by the weird name! Cupping is a traditional Chinese massage developed thousands of years ago and although it has adapted to the modern world it still retains all the benefits.
Cupping can remove toxins from the body and help stimulate new blood flow. It can be used to treat back and muscle pain, circulation issue, anxiety and even allergies.
The body goes through many changes during pregnancy and these changes can be very hard on the body.
Pregnancy massage can help alleviate issues such as stress on the joints, can help improve blood circulation, stabilize hormone levels, relax the nervous system and ease pressure on the organs such as the heart as well as help relieve pain without the use of harmful pills or medication.
Graston in a massage session
Graston technique is a manual soft tissue technique that is great for the removal of scar tissue. Granston technique can help improve the healing environment for the soft tissue and reduce the restrictions of the connective tissue (muscle, fascia tendons and ligaments).