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Massage Therapy has been used throughout the ages, as a form of relaxation, muscle release, and to facilitate natural healing and promote health. By releasing acute and chronic tension and pain in muscles, massage therapy is one of the most effective means available to combat stress. Massage is the power of touch that enables the body to obtain a higher level of natural healing.
BENEFITS OF MASSAGE THERAPY
- Reduces Inflammation Associated with Muscle Pain, Headaches, Stress, Joint Pain, etc.
- Improves Vascular Circulation
- Increases Flexibility in Joints
- Alleviates the Negative Effects of Aging
- Reduces Mental and Physical Fatigue
- Increases Joint Range of Motion
Sports Massage combines different massage techniques to enhance sports performance and recovery. It is a very effective component of any sports training program to help decrease the risk of sports related injuries to the muscles and joints while boosting performance. Administered after physical fitness, it helps remove lactic acid build up from intense workouts as well as restore the integrity of the muscles being used.
Deep tissue massage is designed to alleviate muscle spasms and trigger points found deep in the dense muscle tissue. Working a specific muscle of muscle group, the therapist can access deeper layers of the soft tissue with pressure. The massage uses slower motions and myofascial release to enhance the deep fibers of the muscles to alleviate trigger points and muscle spasms.
THERAPEUTIC STRETCHING MASSAGE
Therapeutic Stretching massage is designed to lengthen and strengthen the damaged muscle fibers after physical fitness. This type of massage increases the muscle length to decrease muscle strains as well as increases joint range of motion to reduce the risk of ligament damage from workouts. Therapeutic massage is a key component to increase athletic performance and allow muscles to heal properly from workout related stress.