This type of massage aims to help the body maintain proper blood circulation, body fluid balance, and immune functions. Manual Lymphatic Massage helps you feel light and reduces fatigue. Immediate decongestion can be noticed once your session is completed. Light stokes are used in the treatment to encourage fluid to move toward the lymphatic trunks, however this is NOT an aggressive deep treatment. Studies have found that lymphatic drainage massage may be beneficial for the following : Rheumatoid arthritis, Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), and Fibromyalgia.
This treatment begins by soaking your feet in warm water with therapeutic salts. Reported to be effective in treating tension, stress and pain in your body, massage strokes, scrubbing between the toes and exfoliation is incorporated into the treatment to help stimulate your lymphatic system to improve nerve function and oxygenate blood circulation. The theory is that this eases stress, and that helps your body work better. It’s also known as zone therapy
This treatment is aimed at releasing muscle tension and stiffness. Various techniques are used to increase movements of the joints to energize the client for post treatment movement. Swedish massage helps to improve flexibility and range of motion and can even improve your posture.
A body shaping treatment where a radio wave wand is used to break down fat cells. This is a non-invasive treatment that requires time for the body to sculpt into the new shape at the targeted area. A 20-minute massage is used to promote flushing of the lymphatic system. Cavitation Therapy does not tighten skin but breaks the bond in fat cells.
Please note: Treatment with wand is allowed for 30 min every 72 hours. Overuse of treatment can cause damage to organs and tissues.
Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that's mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues.
Sports massage is manual manipulation of the muscles geared specifically toward helping people who have physically demanding lifestyles and/or hobbies. Traditional western (e.g. Swedish) massage is currently the most common approach used for sports conditioning programs. Multiple massage techniques will be used, including deep tissue, trigger point work and acupressure.
A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body. Smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body. The stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat. Hot massage stones are heated to between 130 and 145 degrees.
A trigger point is a tight area within your muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of your body as well. They might show up as sharp, intense spasms, or as a dull, generalized aches. In this type of massage, your massage therapist focuses on rubbing and pressing your muscle knots. You may experience both discomfort and relief throughout the massage. After your massage, you may feel tired and have some soreness for a day or two. Some people experience a boost in energy afterwards.