TYPES OF THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
Swedish Massage: stroking, kneading, compressing
and vibrating muscles to affect circulation, muscle tone,
and neuromuscular imbalances.
Deep Tissue Massage: releasing adhesions and congestions
in specific connective tissue structures and muscles that
cause restrictions of movement and pain.
Trigger Point Therapy: using sustained pressure and
circulatory massage to release myofascial congestion that
is causing tight bands in the muscles, and radiating pain
into the surrounding areas.
Sports Massage: treatments that focus on the activities
of the athlete in order to maintain peak performance level,
reduce injuries, and increase recovery time from an activity
Myofascial Release: gentle, gradual compressions and
stretches that help the connective tissue layers of the body
become more flexible, releasing constrictions.
Energy Work: working with imbalances and stagnation
in the energetic fields within the surrounding body.
Reiki: Reiki is a laying on of hands healing
system.The practice of Reiki is based on the teachings of Mikao Usui who was a healer in twentieth century Japan.
Hakomi Method in massage: Hakomi is a Hopi Indian
word which means “How do you stand in relation to these
many realms?” Hakomi concepts include gentleness, compassion,
mindfulness, unity and non-violence and respects the wisdom
of each individual as a living organic system.
Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) is a type of gentle massage used to encourage the natural drainage of Lymph from the tissues' space in the body. It is a primary tool in lymphedema management.
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