Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymphatic drainage is a technique designed to stimulate the flow of lymph (a fluid that transports white blood cells, oxygen, and nutrients to tissues throughout the body). Also referred to as "manual lymph drainage" or "lymphatic massage", lymphatic drainage typically involves gentle, circular movements. Since the lymph system serves as a central part of the immune system, proponents of lymphatic drainage suggest that this technique can help treat a variety of health concerns. Lymphatic massage is great for liposuction post surgery, oncology patients, lymphedema, general detox, sinus pressure, fibromyalgia, fatigue, and much more.
Therapeutic massage is a general term that describes any type of massage modality that helps relieve pain, reduce stress, and work on a specific problem—such as a frozen shoulder. People tend to assume therapeutic massage means deep tissue massage, and that they will get a very strong massage. But this is not always the case. Deep tissue massage is great at breaking down scar tissue and getting your blood circulating, but it may not be what you need on a particular day. A good therapist will apply the specific techniques and the right amount of pressure to address your need, and sometimes that’s a lighter touch.
Temporomandibular joint disorders, more commonly known as TMJ, are usually the result of inflamed and painful chewing muscles around your jaw. ... Luckily, a TMJ massage can act as an effective, non-medicinal way to deal with TMJ pain.
Sinus, Headache, Migraine Massage
A bad headache can be a huge distraction and disrupt your daily activities. It is proven that massage therapy can be very beneficial in reducing the pain and symptoms. This type of treatment typically includes cranio-sacral, neuromuscular therapy, lymphatic drainage, and therapeutic massage to the neck and shoulder areas.
Prenatal and Post Partum Massage
During pregnancy, relaxing the muscles and calming the nerves helps reduce the strain and stress pregnancy often causes. Massage can relieve some of the discomfort that occurs as the body stretches with the growth of the baby and prepares for delivery. Prenatal massage is even good for your baby!
After the birth of a baby, your body will experience hormone regulation, swelling, and begin the healing process. Massage therapy will help your body get back to a pre-pregnancy state through calming and comforting massage. The stress-relieving and muscle-relaxing process of the massage will bring comfort and enhance the healing process for a new mother. Postpartum massage allows your body to heal quicker by relaxing muscles, increasing circulation and lowering stress. Massage has even been able to help improve sleep and breastfeeding for new mothers.
Relaxation Massage, also known as Swedish Massage is therapy used to calm the body's Central Nervous System (CNS), relax tension in the muscles, increase circulation, and reduce stress. It is perfect after a long hard day's work and will help your body feel at ease. It will also promote a better night's sleep, leaving your body feeling rejuvenated for the next day.