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  • Swedish Massage: General flowing technique designed to move blood and lymph and relieve aching muscles while increasing relaxation and general well-being.

  • Reflexology: Based on the theory that there are specific points on the feet that correspond to the internal structures and musculoskeletal system of the body. Proper manipulation of these reflex points helps the body to return to homeostasis.

  • Connective Tissue Therapy (CTT): Focuses on lengthening the fascial component of chronically shortened muscles allowing the muscles to return to a relaxed state. Chronic postural habits can also be addressed. Clients who receive CTT can enjoy greater range of motion along with increased ease when standing and moving.

  • Polarity Therapy:  Based on principles drawn from Chiropractic and Osteopathic medicine, as well as the healing arts of China and India. This unique synthesis addresses the concept and experience of life energy as it manifests at physical, emotional, and mental levels. Relatively light physical contacts are utilized with the intention of drawing the client’s awareness to the patterns of life energy that form the body/mind continuum.

  • Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT): A form of deep tissue massage that stimulates neurological reflexes related to chronic muscle contraction and pain patterns. Pressure is applied to specific trigger points in the bellies of muscles, causing them to relax, reducing pain and increasing body awareness.

  • Sports Massage: Integrates Swedish Massage, NMT, flexibility guidelines and other sports massage techniques in ways appropriate specifically to working with athletes.


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