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Deep Tissue Therapy

Is a massage technique that’s mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue.

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage is a type of massage that involves the use of smooth, heated stones. The massage therapist places the hot stones on specific points on your body and may also hold the stones while giving the massage. The localized heat and weight of the stones warm and relax muscles, allowing the massage therapist to apply deeper pressure to those areas without causing discomfort.

Soft Tissue Cupping

In Cupping therapy, cups are applied to the affected areas and suction is used to create a vacuum within the cups. This causes the skin and underlying tissues to be slightly drawn up into the cup, resulting in improved blood flow to the area and leaving the flesh slightly bruised when finished. The enhanced blood flow and subsequent healing process help to flush out waste products and dilute inflammatory agents. Cupping can also stimulate the mechanoreceptors of painful areas or muscle knots, disrupting the neurological feedback loop that was causing the muscle tension and pain.

Lymphatic Drainage

Is a type of massage based on the hypothesis that it will encourage the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues back toward the heart. The lymph system depends on intrinsic contractions of the smooth muscle cells in the walls of lymph vessels and the movement of skeletal muscles to propel lymph through the vessels to lymph nodes and then to the lymph ducts which return lymph to the cardiovascular system.

Swedish Massage

One of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is accomplished by rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart. But Swedish massage therapy goes beyond relaxation.