Massage therapy is one of the oldest methods of healing, dating back to the 4th century B.C. Today, massage therapy affects all body systems, including the circulatory, muscular, fascia, immune and nervous system.
This proactive treatment embraces a drug-free, non-invasive, and preventative approach to restoring and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. For your skin and bodies health benefits our registered massage therapists use organic coconut oil. Massage therapy continues to promote the body’s natural ability to heal itself through a wide range of techniques.
Whether you are on the road to recovery or working to maintain your current level of mobility, massage therapy is a worthwhile investment in your health.
Massage Therapy Benefits
- Relaxes body and mind
- Relieves physical and mental stress
- Relieves chronic pain
- Loosens contracted shortened muscles
- Stimulates weak muscles
- Increases nutrition of the tissues and joints
- Reduces swelling, facilitates movement, especially during rehabilitation
- Increases productivity and energy
- Helps body repair damaged tissues
- Promotes more restful sleep
- Increases range of motion
This technique promotes stress relief and full body relaxation. It has been shown to reduce pain, improve circulation, ease joint stiffness, and increase range of motion. Because it can help tissues release toxins it also assists in muscle recovery.
Fascia is a connective tissue that surrounds all muscles, bones, and organs. Myofascial techniques help to reduce restrictions to these tissues and restore range of motion and imbalances.
A group of massage techniques specifically designed to aid in athletic performance or or promote healing post injury.
This is an effective and safe treatment for the prenatal and postpartum periods. Prenatal massage techniques can reduce discomfort and enhance the physiological and emotional well-being of both mother and fetus. The postpartum period massage helps the body as it rebalances the physiology and aids in relaxation.
This technique deals with teaching parents how to massage their infants. Hospital neonatal care units utilize this specialized form of touch and infant massage to manage the critical weight gain of premature infants. It is an important technique to create a strong bond between parents and child, and to promote growth from the intimate communication, benefits, and pleasures of touch.
Post Surgical Rehabilitation
Massage after surgery helps patients to deal with pain and can reduce stress and anxiety. Massage ensures better blood and oxygen flow, as well as promoting flexibility and mobility.
Trigger Point Therapy
A trigger point is commonly known as a knot. It is a painful spot in a tight muscle that causes discomfort in a particular area or may refer pain to other parts of the body. By applying direct pressure, this encourages the reflexive relaxation of muscles and reduces tension, pain, and discomfort.
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
Advanced stretching technique also known as PNF used to lengthen and relax muscles effectively and quickly. PNF is easy to learn and can help improve athletic performance and aid in rehabilitation.
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