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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy uses a variety of techniques to manipulate your joints and soft tissue to improve your body’s overall health. Massage increases the body’s supply of oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, which help release waste from the muscle tissue. Massage also accelerates your body’s own natural ability to heal itself.

Our treatments are given by Registered Massage Therapists and they can provide insurance receipts.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a therapeutic technique that involves applying firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia. By targeting the underlying connective tissues, deep tissue massage helps release adhesions and knots, promoting improved blood circulation and flexibility.

Who would benefit from this type of treatment?

This modality is particularly beneficial for individuals dealing with chronic pain, muscle tension, or recovering from injuries. 

This technique is often recommended for those with conditions such as sciatica, sports injuries, or chronic back pain. It can be a transformative approach, providing relief from specific discomforts and enhancing overall mobility.

Wellness and Relaxation Massage

Wellness and relaxation massage, on the other hand, is designed to promote a sense of overall well-being and tranquility. Using gentle strokes and varying pressures, this type of massage induces a state of deep relaxation, reducing stress and anxiety.

Who would benefit from this type of treatment?

It’s an ideal choice for those seeking respite from the demands of a busy life or wanting to enhance their mental and emotional balance.

Beyond stress reduction, relaxation massage can contribute to improved sleep quality, increased energy levels, and even a strengthened immune system. Whether you’re looking to unwind, rejuvenate, or simply treat yourself to a moment of self-care, a wellness and relaxation massage can be a soothing and uplifting experience for both the body and mind.

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