Our licensed advanced therapist use specialized techniques to address areas of injury or dysfunction. These sessions are more interactive and specific to our clients needs.

Lymphatic Draining Massage
Light, slower, repetitive strokes aid to promote the circulation of lymph and help rid the body of toxins and waste materials. Assists in purifying and regenerating tissues while normalizing organ function and enhancing ones metabolism and immune system.

Neuromuscular Therapy This St. John’s method utilizes evaluation of postural distortions, biomechanical dysfunction and soft tissue patterns to allow the therapist to develop a program of individual therapy. Locating ischemic areas in soft tissue determines trigger points, nerve compression and/or entrapment possibilities. The tone is then normalized to allow the central nervous and musculoskeletal systems to balance. Excellent for pain relief.

Pre-and Peri-Natal Massage During pregnancy, a woman's body undergoes many postural and physiological changes. Massage will help the mother's body to adapt to these changes by improving circulation and therefore increasing oxygenation of the soft tissues, reducing inflammation and swelling, relieving muscle aches and joint pain. Also massage will help to regulate hormones, promote better sleep and reduce headaches due to muscle tension and sinus congestion. The massage therapist also lends emotional support reducing anxiety of physical and life changes and the impending birth of baby. Studies have shown regular massage during pregnancy can improve labor outcomes and newborn health. Postpartum massage helps to return the uterus to its pre-pregnancy size, alleviate symptoms of depression, increase milk production and regulate the functions of the gastrointestinal tract. Your massage therapist will also help the new mother learn basic techniques for massaging her new baby.

TMJ (temporomandibular joint) Therapy
Specialized treatment of jaw, face, head, ears, mouth (with gloved hands) and neck that addresses TMJ dysfunction. Some symptoms include but are not limited to: jaw pain and or clicking, headaches, neck and shoulder pain, earaches, limited ability to open mouth, facial pain, and deviation of lower jaw.

Parkinson’s disease and Therapeutic Massage
Parkinson’s disease typically causes muscle stiffness and rigidity. Our therapist, in communication with the client, addresses the areas of concern employing Swedish massage and Neuromuscular trigger point techniques. Although massage therapy does not cure Parkinson’s disease, it most definitely affects the symptoms in a positive way. As long as the client has sensation in the areas being worked on, massage is a safe and effective alternative therapy.

Fertility Massage
Fertility Massage is a series of massage techniques designed for both women and men to support the couple's ability to conceive naturally or with assisted reproductive technology. The techniques applied remove congestion, lessen muscular tension in the abdomen and pelvis which increases the function of reproductive organs, encourage sufficient hormone release and regulate a natural menstrual cycle in the woman. Secondary effects include reducing the stress of "trying", increase emotional well-being and increase digestion for better delivery and usage of nutrients.

Massage for Muscular Dystrophy
The goal of all therapeutic massage is to ease muscle pain and dysfunction, relax hyper contracted muscle tissue and aid in restoring balance. This process fits the protocol for muscular dystrophy symptoms perfectly while never intended to replace or supersede a physician’s advice, adding regular massage therapy sessions to a MD care plan will help reduce spasms, ease chronically tightened muscles and improve overall quality of life.

Massage for Multiple Sclerosis
General massage application to relax the body and reduce stress. Though the medical benefits of massage therapy are difficult to quantify, many doctors recommend therapeutic massage as a stress-buster which aids in reducing the symptoms of MS.

Sports Massage
Sports massage focuses on muscles relevant to the event. For athletes who train continuously, the goal is to enhance endurance, lessen the chance of injury and shorten the time needed to recover from an event. This therapy is beneficial to all age groups involved in regular exercise routines and intended for but not limited to: recreational, travel, high school or college, semi and professional level programs.



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