It is our commitment to provide therapeutic massage therapy sessions that help our clients achieve their health and wellness goals.
Therapeutic Massage Therapy for the Daily Aches and Pains
Massage Therapy is used as an alternative form of manual therapy to reduce the stress and tension in the muscles and prevent long term injury. It is important to understand massage therapy is not a cure to physical ailments but a physical wellness tool to help you extend the longevity of your physical being.
Therapeutic massage sessions are different in the level of skill your therapist practices in session as well as in communication with you. Everyone has different physical demands, so it is an integrated therapeutic approach that is needed to alleviate that aching sore muscle. The integration of rhythmic gentle movements with focused neuromuscular work as well as active and passive stretching create a gentle but therapeutic approach to each session. Regular massages are important to receive as a means to alleviate the daily stressors that build up day after day. Clinical studies have shown massage therapy to be effective for both pain management and reducing chronic tension.
We would like to invite you to try out a massage that involves an integrated approach to helping you achieve your physical well-being goals. Whether you are just looking for general muscular maintenance, to alleviate a chronic aching muscle, or destress all together.
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Do you know the benefits of massage extend beyond just relaxation?
If your stuck at a desk your no stranger to that chronic ache in your neck and low back that just won't go away, BUT everytime you've had a massage it DOES seem to lessen. Working on the tissue will create more pliability, lessen the muscular pain and tension, and allow you to keep doing what you do BEST! Human touch, in a friendly and professional manner, has been shown to be highly BENEFICIAL in alleviating anxiety and depression! And when your not as stressed or anxious, you sleep BETTER!
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