We are not meant to live in pain.
Therapeutic Massage treats imbalances in the soft tissues - the muscle and fascia - that result due to patterns in posture, repetitive movements, athletic activity, excessive sitting or standing, or injury. A good analogy for massage is brushing hair. Muscle fibers are quite long and tend to get tangled, and bodywork is the method of untangling these knots.
Structural imbalances in the soft tissues inhibit proper alignment and articulation of the joints, and interrupt the flow of blood and lymph in the body. These areas of tension and stagnation, if left untreated, can create acute or chronic pain, digestive disorders, shallow breathing, headaches, mental fogginess and lethargy, or tingling and numbness.
Massage creates the conditions for the body to repair and heal itself, helping injuries and acute or chronic pain. By re-balancing the soft tissues, therapeutic massage is a health maintenance tool. Health is not merely the absence of disease, but rather living vibrantly. Become an active participant in your health, and make therapeutic massage a part of your wellness routine.
(Chinese Medical Massage)
Trigger Point Therapy
Pre- and Post-Natal