Hip Pain - Range of Motion
Stretching Muscles & Connective Tissue
Manual Lymphatic Drainage invented by massage therapists Dr Emil and Mrs. Estrid Vodder in the early 1930s, is a form of therapeutic massage that stimulates the lymphatic system with gentle massaging strokes. The light rhythmical massage encourages the lymphatic system to eliminate metabolic waste products, excess fluid and bacteria.
The effects of Manual Lymph Drainage include general benefits to the nervous and muscular systems. MLD is a great addition to other detox measures, as it encourages fluid flow in the connective tissues.
The lymphatic system is composed of lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and organs. Part of the body's defense system, the lymph nodes remove microorganisms and other foreign substances acting as a filtration system that keeps particulate matter, such as bacteria, from entering the bloodstream.
Stimulating the lymphatic system through manual lymphatic drainage will activate all of the above functions as well as encourage fluid circulation and cell regeneration. Both actions promote detoxification, facilitate healing and support the immune system.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage benefits include:
MLD benefits through:
*clearing areas of congestion such as swollen arms, legs, ankles, and puffy eyes
thereby reducing pressure and associated discomfort
*promote healing of scar tissue, torn ligaments, and sprains.
*reduce edema (swelling)
*reduction of swelling following plastic surgery
*treatment of lymphedema and other conditions arising from venous insufficiency
*improving chronic conditions such as sinusitis, arthritis, acne and other skin conditions
$95 (60M) $135 (90M)
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Getting Stoned is an excellent alternative to Deep Tissue due to the fact that the penetrating heat of the volcanic basalt stone relaxes muscles, melts away tension, softens trigger points and muscular adhesions, while enhancing relaxation and circulation to the tissues. Add Sandalwood, Patchoulie, or Lavender for the ultimate experience. $95 (60M) $130 (90M) $165 (165M)
Range of Motion & Airway
Deep Tissue Massage effectively aids in relieving chronic pain, sprains and strains, improves muscular function, reduces and/or eliminates postural distortions, softens and/or eliminates muscular knots and trigger points. This modality is not as relaxing as Swedish and may be uncomfortable for some, though it is effective. (Not recommended for your first massage visit) $55(30) $85(60M) $125 (90M) $165 (120M)
Restricted Shoulder Movement
Swedish Massage The most popular technique utilizing long relaxing strokes, mild stretching, light compression, kneading, friction, tapotement, and gentle rocking $55 (30M) $85 (60M) $125 (90M) $155 (120M)
Clinical Foot Reflexology
30 M $50.00 60M $65.00
"Several studies indicate that reflexology may reduce pain and psychological symptoms, such as stress and anxiety, and enhance relaxation and sleep. Given that reflexology is also low risk, it can be a reasonable option if you're seeking relaxation and stress relief. " ~ Mayo Clinic
Therapeutic Massage ~ Make Time to Heal!
Thai massage uses the gentle pressure on energy lines and the yoga-like stretching to relax the whole body on a deeper level.
Thai massage helps to reduce the stress levels, improve overall circulation accomplished by gradual movement of the person through various positions.
* enhance the flexibility
* increase range of motion and flexibility *
reduces muscle stress and strain
*helps to prevent trip and fall accidents.
* level out blood pressure
* lower the occurrence of heart problems
The slow movements allow for the mind and the spirit to slow down and realize a true form of relaxation centering the individual.
$135 - 60 Minute