Massage treatments are customized for your specific needs
Increase the level of oxygen in the blood, while decreasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility and easing tension and stress.
Releases tension, concentrating on the deep layers of the muscles. effective on tight muscles, tendons, and connective tissue. This therapy provides relief from chronic tension and is often used to treat various physical ailments. Pressure varies from firm to deep. Please always communicate with your therapist on tolerance level.
Soft tissue manipulation aimed to treat the underlying causes of chronic pain. This medically oriented massage addresses trigger points, circulation, nerve compression, postural issues and biomechanical problems.
When muscles are overworked or injured, they may tighten up and become stiff. This is often known as a muscle "knot." Muscles around the "knot" tend to bunch up and tightening to protect the area from further injury, a response known as guarding. Techniques such as pinpoint compression and cross fiber friction are used to help relieve such trigger points. Pressure varies from firm to deep. Please always communicate with your therapist on tolerance level.
Typically performed 15- 20 min prior to a sporting event. The use of fast paced light pressure techniques, designed to warm up muscle tissue and invigorate/prepare musculature for activity, rather than to relax. Light stretching may also be applied.
Typically performed 15-20 min after your event. Focused on flushing toxins and creating/increasing circulation. Light to medium pressure and stretching to reduce and loosen tight, hypertonic tissue. The goal of this massage is to help reduce inflammation and soreness and accelerate muscle recovery.