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The following modalities range from treating the superficial to deep layers of the body. Although each form of massage is listed separately, each body and soul is unique and true healing often necessitates sensitivity to employing a combination of therapies to achieve the desired therapeutic results.

Myofascial Release/Deep Tissue

This extremely effective form of massage accesses the deeper layers of muscle and fascia in order to address imbalances that occur after acute or chronic injuries, postural deficiencies or some form of emotional trauma. These events can decrease the critical fiber distance within the muscle and connective tissue and cause pain and a limited range of motion around joints. This slow, sustained and focused massage modality addresses root problems and restores the body’s natural sense of balance by flushing toxins from its core.

Injury Massage

The goal is to help the client become pain free by investigating the cause of dysfunction. Myofascial pain has many origins from constant overuse of specific muscles to postural distortion. After an injury, the body compensates by twisting, tilting and rotating the muscles surrounding the injury. This shortens the muscles surrounding the injury, which creates other problem areas. Injury massage works on major muscle groups in segments with specific deeper techniques to stimulate individual muscle fibers.

Neuromuscular Therapy

An extensive, highly specific deep tissue modality that encompasses several different techniques, e.g. trigger points, cross fiber, etc. This intimate form of healing is comprehensive in scope and can include:

  • Postural analysis range
  • Length in strength testing of muscles
  • Neurological impairment involvement
  • General palpatory examination

The goal is to resolve symptomatic, ischemic tissues in the short term, and in the long term, address underlying postural distortions, which initially cause the symptoms.

Swedish Massage

Swedish is a generalized form of massage, which treats the more superficial layers of the body’s tissues. This popular method (often employed in a spa setting) is intended to increase the circulation of blood and lymph throughout the body. Swedish is extremely relaxing, calming and performed in a systematic yet rhythmic fashion. This venerated form of massage relaxes muscles and improves their tone, strengthens the immune and nervous systems and improves the general circulation and nutrition of the tissues.

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