Remedial Massage

Remedial massage incorporates the assessment and manipulation of muscles and other soft tissues of the body, with the purpose of establishing and maintaining good physical condition. Regular remedial massages help maintain optimal physical condition during the performance of everyday activity – be it work or recreation – and reduce the potential for injury.

Myofascial Release Techniques

These techniques involve the hands-on application of slow, gentle and prolonged force in the form of stretching or compression to affect the release of tension in skeletal muscle. It can be used within a wide range of therapeutic contexts, within an integrative context to create a better balance within the human structure, as well as within a remedial context for treating connective tissue fixations.

Trigger Point Therapy

This treatment approach is effective for the relief and control of specific myofascial pain and dysfunction. The goal of treatment is to “turn off” the trigger point using digital compression, thereby removing pain and returning the muscles to normal flexibility and motor function.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is using an understanding of the layer of the body to relax, lengthen and release holding patterns in the most effective and energy efficient way possible. It helps with chronic muscular pain and injury rehabilitation, and reduces inflammation-related pain caused by arthritis and tendinitis.

Sports Massage

Sports massage is quite simply the science and art of applying therapeutic massage and related techniques to ensure the health and wellbeing of the athlete, and to enhance athletic performance and recovery. It incorporates pre and post event work, maintenance massage, and rehabilitation therapy.

Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy massage is beneficial throughout the entire nine months of pregnancy and can include anything from a full body Swedish massage to something more targeted to those nasty aches and pains. Pregnancy massage has a variety of benefits including; easing muscular discomfort, increased blood and lymph flow, lessening sciatic pain and can also stimulate the release of endorphins – the body’s natural pain killer!