Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is a modality used to help the mind and body relax, promote circulation, improve mood and increase muscle/tissue pliability. This is ideal for those wanting overall relaxation and improved blood flow.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage is typically a full-body massage, and uses pressure as the main driving force, working to release chronic tension in the tendons, muscle, and fascia(the substance surrounding all bones, muscles, and joints).
This type of massage is where every muscle is worked right up to its point of resistance so that you gain the most optimal overall results. After a deep tissue massage you should feel deeply relaxed and have worked on at least one or two problem areas in detail.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular Therapy, also known as trigger point or myotherapy, is one of the most advanced forms of massage. It consists of specific soft tissue searching to find trigger points on areas of tension.
Releasing trigger points can get rid of nerve pain and provide a lot of relief. Though extremely effective and necessary, this style is a little more time consuming and is usually performed on one or two specific problem areas of the body each session.

Craniosacral Therapy

Osteopathic Physician John E. Upledger pioneered and developed Craniosacral Therapy during his clinical research years at the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University. His findings have been used to evaluate and treat malfunctions of the brain and spinal cord using the Craniosacral System as the guide.
CST uses a very light pressure (about 5 grams or the weight of a nickel) to evaluate and release strain patterns in the soft tissue surrounding the central nervous system. CST is used for a wide range of medical problems that are associated with pain and dysfunction but is also a great modality for enhancing the body's natural ability to heal. Learn more at www.upledger.com 

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

MLD uses a very light pressure specifically toward the body's lymph nodes to encourage the lymphatic flow in the body. The lymphatic system is a part of your immune system, it works by filtering the excess fluid in the body trapping the toxins, eliminating them and then redistributing the healthy fluid back into the bloodstream.
Some of the most common symptoms of an overloaded lymphatic system are swelling, joint pain, fatigue, breast tenderness,  headaches, worsened allergies, sinusitis, and GI issues, typically you will notice the extra swelling or feel swollen lymph nodes along with any one of these symptoms.
Getting MLD encourages the lymphatic system to speed up and eliminate the excess fluid and toxins that have accumulated. There are many natural ways to speed up your lymphatic system; however, MLD is the most efficient and gentle method (this is especially helpful post-op or when little exercise and movement is possible).

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