Swedish massage involves a combination of five basic strokes, and concentrates on the muscles and connective tissues of the body for improved circulation, relaxation, pain relief, and overall health maintenance and well-being.
Deep tissue massage utilizes slow strokes and direct pressure applied across the grain of the muscles, working deeply into the muscles and connective tissue to release chronic aches and pains.
NMT is a massage applied to specific muscles, often used to increase blood flow, release knots of muscle tension, or release pain and pressure on the nerves; also known as trigger-point therapy.
MFR aims to release the fascia and return it to a state of normalcy by applying gentle pressure to the restricted areas, and can help with a number of conditions including chronic pain, headaches, and stress-related illnesses.
Sports massage therapies are both preventative and therapeutic, and used for athletes during warm ups, training and competition to treat and/or aid in the prevention of injuries, as well as improve flexibility, range of motion, performance and mental clarity.
Prenatal, or pregnancy, massage uses gentle techniques to help alleviate some of the ailments associated with pregnancy including lower back, neck and shoulder pain, fatigue, joint tenderness, and stretch marks, while helping to improve circulation and promote stress reduction and relaxation.