Swedish massage is the most common and best-known type of massage. The Swedish body massage combines many different techniques rolled into one session. During this therapy session, the therapist will work with the soft tissues and muscles in the body to help restore balance and health.
The end result will relax all of the muscles in your body and release any pain and tension that may exist.
A Swedish body massage is perfect for anyone overworked and stressed out to relax their body and mind. By relieving muscle tension, Swedish therapy can be both relaxing and energizing. And it may even help after an injury.
Himalayan Salt Stone Massage
In this type of treatment, warmed Himalayan salt stones apply pressure, while Swedish massage techniques are utilized. These stones are a helpful tool to relieve stubborn tension in the body - especially in the neck and back - while improving blood circulation. Because the minerals from the Himalayan salt stones are absorbed through the skin, this treatment can also help to address anxiety, insomnia, and a weakened immune system. These stones can restore balance to the central nervous system and help to re-align energy pathways misaligned by constant contact with electronic devices.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle massage that encourages the drainage of lymph nodes and the movement of lymph fluids around the body. The fluid in the lymphatic system helps remove waste and toxins from body tissues, and a myriad of symptoms may crop up when the lymph fluid is built up.
While this treatment is always beneficial, several signs may indicate a need for this specific treatment, such as:
- congestion or fullness in the ears
- constant feeling of fatigue
- brain fog
- dull or dry skin; consistent skin issues such as rashes
- frequent colds/flu
- allergies and sensitivities
- increase in cellulite
- fluid retention
- aches and pains with no apparent source
This type of massage is also great for anyone looking to improve circulation or detoxify their bodies and those looking to reduce swelling from a recent injury or surgery.
Clients often describe feeling lighter or energized directly after treatment. They report feeling less pain, improved skin tone and better overall energy in the days and weeks following continued treatment.
Myopractic Therapeutic Massage (Deep Tissue)
Myopractic® integrates Swedish massage, trigger point, myofascial release and even structural integration techniques to form an integrated system. Myopractic® techniques work on both massage tables and chairs, use little or no oil, can be done on the skin or through the clothes, and can easily determine the correct speed and direction needed. Therapist/client interaction and connection during treatment is important
Myopractic® is made up of three techniques:
- COMPRESSION STRETCHING techniques which achieve deep relaxation, relieve tension, spasms and holding patterns in the muscle;
- CLEARING methods to clean obstructions from soft tissue, e.g., trigger points, scar tissue, muscle bundles, old bruises; and
- SEPARATING to release myofascial adhesions, separate fascial planes and balance muscles
BEMER (Bio Electro Magnetic Energy Restoration)
BEMER is a new technology which uses electromagnetic waves with gentle frequencies to increase micrcirculation in the smallest of blood vessels, the capillaries. This electromagnetic stimulation is not invasive, is drug-free and is safe to use. By using BEMER to temporarily improve local blood flow in muscles, the muscles are adequately nourished and metabolic waste products are removed. Stimulation of healthy muscles with the BEMER signal can support muscle conditioning, which may lead to more vitality and energy
BEMER Can Enhance:
- Nutrient & Oxygen Delivery
- Local Blood Flow
- Waste Removal
- Muscle Cnditioning
- Physical Fitness
- Muscular Strength
- Endurance & Energy
- Vitality & Well Being
- Stress Reduction & Relaxation
- Sleep Management