Massage Therapy is a clinically-oriented healthcare option that helps alleviate discomfort associated with everyday and occupational stresses, muscular over-use or imbalance, and many chronic pain conditions. Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) have training and experience to assess relevant conditions in order to create an effective treatment plan for you that will use the most appropriate techniques.
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Massage therapy can soothe and alleviate pain and tension caused by postural changes as your body adjusts to a growing belly. We make positioning modifications to keep you comfortable and supported as baby grows.
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Thai Massage is a traditional form of manual therapy that draws from yogic and buddhist traditions and uses passive stretching and joint mobilization in addition to oil-free massage and acupressure. This technique is very effective for improving range of motion and reducing stagnation in the muscles and joints.
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A gentle, light-touch modality that boosts the function of the bodies’ central nervous system (CNS) and helps regulate movement of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Often there are areas of longstanding tension or restriction within the deep connective tissues that hinder the natural rhythm and flow of CSF, which nourishes the cells. This deep restriction may manifest as stiffness, pain or other ailments.
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This is the most common type of massage, and likely what pops into your head first when you think of a typical massage. This method aims to promote relaxation and increase blood flow, by focusing on soft, long strokes, and passive joints movements.
Deep tissue massage uses many of the same stroking and kneading movements as Swedish massage, but there’s far more pressure. This type of massage facilitates healing by releasing contracted areas of muscle and tissue. It can help increase blood flow to the soft tissues and may help to reduce inflammation.
A Sports Massage is a form of massage involving the manipulation of soft tissue to benefit a person engaged in regular physical activity. This treatment is a targeted massage approach that focuses on specific areas of the body that are in need of healing or relief.