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Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy
Massage therapy is the scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body for the purpose of normalizing those tissues and consists of manual techniques that include applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, and/or causing movement of or to the body.  Massage therapy, also known as Swedish massage, is the most common form of massage therapy in the United States. Long, smooth strokes, kneading and other movements focused on superficial layers of muscle using massage oil.

Relaxation Massage
Let your muscles let go and fully relax. The long, soothing, relaxing massage techniques allow your body to completely unwind.

Therapeutic Massage
Your medical history will be assessed by a registered massage therapist, any muscular or structural problems will be addressed and massage techniques required will be used, and those specific areas will be focused on in the massage, and homecare will be given.

Hot Stone
Smooth, heated basalt stones are held in the therapists hands as they are able to reach the deeper muscles with the warmth. This massage usually puts the client into a deep state of relaxation as each muscular ache is melted away.

Pre/Post Natal
Massage is very beneficial with the increased emotional and physical stress of pregnancy. Relax in a comfortable side lying position with pillows to relieve pressure and benefit from a relieving massage that will promote well being and calm. This may help in the prevention of siatica and back labor as they are very common as the pregnancy comes to the third trimester.

Infant Massage
These classes are taught by a Certified Infant Massage Instuctor in a group or single setting. There are 3-4 classes usually spaced apart about a week. (changes can be made) Parents are guided through theory and technique as they massage their baby following the instructor. Parents will be given a manual and are given the choice to purchase the infant massage handbook by Vimila Mclure. There must be a warm setting comfortable for your baby, and you must have a small bottle of oil (grapeseed) and perhaps some soothing music. You will learn many amazing techniques for complications including colic/constipation, and some wonderful bonding techniques. For more information on Infant Massage, please visit: www.iaim.ws




These methods of therapy can also be incorporated:

  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Neuromuscular Integration & Structural Alignment (NISA)












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