reducing muscle stiffness and relieving muscle spasms;
increasing joint, limb flexibility, and range of motion;
increasing ease and efficiency of movement;
Improving your posture through intensive tension patterns;
reducing emotional or physical stress, back neck and shoulder pain, and reducing anxiety;
promoting feelings of well-being; and
increasing one’s awareness of the mind and body connectivity and improving mental alertness in general.
Swedish massage is one the most commonly used forms of massage. This procedure applies a long-gliding stroke system, kneading, and friction techniques on the more superficial layers of muscles. It promotes overall relaxation and improves blood flow, circulation, and mobility range while relieving muscle tension.
Deep tissue massage is effective for releasing chronic patterns of muscular tension. Slow strokes, direct pressure, or friction are applied with greater force to the muscles’ deeper layers. This is believed to be useful for chronic muscular tension.
Sports massage primarily deals with the effects of athletic performance on the body. It is concerned with the needs of athletes regarding training, performing, and recovery from injury.
Neuromuscular massage is applied to individual muscles. This is primarily used to release trigger points and intense knots of muscle tension. This procedure is proven to increase blood flow and reduce pain.
Acupressure releases blocked energy along muscle meridians that may be causing physical discomfort and chronic illnesses. This massage rebalances energy flow and restores the function of organs and muscles in the body.