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Deep Tissue Therapy
Focus on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints)
Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger Points are hyperirritable spots in your muscle fibers or fascia.
Connective Tissue Therapy
Focus on fascia, rather than muscles.
Facilitates significant improvement in posture. Helps relieve chronic tension.
A sports massage is typically a combination of several massage techniques that are tailored to your affected muscle groups based on the activities that you do, intended to repair tissue, maintain your current state or prepare you for upcoming activities.
Manual Lymph Drainage
Very gentle application superficially in the direction of lymph flow to encourage circulation and waste removal. Helps unblock lymph vessels.
Helping to restore muscle utilization and improve range of motion for older clients.
Chair Massage (on-site corporate visits)
Cost-effective way to improve the well being
and performance of employees.
Shoulders, Back, Neck, Arms, Head
10 – 15 minutes. Fully clothed.
Using tuning forks to balance your (electromagnetic) biofield.
Craniosacral Work with a Biodynamic Perspective
Craniosacral Work with a Biodynamic perspective is an energetic modality in which the practitioner listens to the whole body and gently encourages the body’s own healing, often releasing deep physical restrictions. The human body has a profound and powerful innate wisdom to fashion its own healing, thus improving its overall health, physically, emotionally, physically. This work promotes deep relaxation and is known to reduce stress, relieve pain, and improve general wellness.
The effects of craniosacral work can be very profound.
What does a biodynamic craniosacral session look like?
A craniosacral session in a biodynamic style usually lasts for around an hour. While the client is fully clothed, the therapist provides a very light contact, usually quite still, working mostly with the head, spine, and sacrum, sometimes working also on the limbs and/or trunk. Although often considered “bodywork”, craniosacral work includes very little (if any) physical manipulation of the body tissue.
It is not uncommon for clients to fall asleep during session.
Some conditions that have been treated with craniosacral work:
- Back, neck and other somatic pain
- Brain or spinal cord injuries
- Migraine headaches
- TMJ Syndrome
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sleep dysfunction