Less stress. Quicker recovery. Improved movement.
Relaxation may be all you want. But did you know that massage has other wide-ranging effects?
You may be suffering from a sports injury, or a soft tissue strain or chronic neck or lower back pain. Or maybe you’re looking to enhance your sports performance or decrease the stress of a life-threatening illness. Or balance can be a problem for you. Massage can help with all of those.
Here’s some of what massage can do for you:
- Improve circulation and cardiovascular health.
- Relieve tension headaches brought on by stressful work, family or life situations.
- Decrease the pain of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome or other inflammatory conditions.
- Relieve pain following an operation such as joint replacement.
- Sleep more deeply and peacefully.
- Ease symptoms of depression.
- Increase range of motion in your joints.
- Decrease the frequency of migraines.
- Temper the effects of dementia.
- Lower blood pressure.
- Promote relaxation.
- Prevent injury.
- Decrease stress.
The overall quality of your life improves because your body is more relaxed, aligned and more easily able to deal with discomfort.
Our massage therapist evaluates what’s going on with your body and chooses the type of treatment will best help you.
- Relaxing Swedish massage including hot stones.
- Sports massage.
- Therapeutic deep tissue massage.
- Neuromuscular massage.
- Intensive treatments to address a specific area of your body.
- Trigger point work.
Where experience, skills and compassion come together.
We’ve collaborated with highly skilled massage therapists who can adapt to the needs of your body, are known for their compassionate, welcoming personality and thorough approach. Contact us regarding availability.