There are many different types of massage. You have probably heard
about several different types and wondered what the difference between
them is? Which one is right for you? Here are just a few:
Aromatherapy is the trained and expert use of essential oils for
physical and emotional health and well being. Essential oils are
aromatic essences extracted from plants, flowers, trees, fruits,
bark, grasses and seeds which promote a restoration of balance,
improving the self-healing process by stimulation of the immune
system to the receiver through different methods of application.
Chair massage is usually done at your workplace and is normally
between 10 and 20 minutes long in duration. The therapist comes
prepared with a massage chair designed with comfort in mind. With
chair massage, no oils are used and there is no need to get undressed.
Employees will immediately feel relaxed, refreshed and ultimately
ready to work. It is an easy and profitable way to improve the moral
of your staff, reduce stress, increase employee productivity, lower
the cost of health care, and show your employees that you care.
You’ll be in good company.
- Increase Productivity & Accuracy
- Reduce Absenteeism & Health Care Costs
- Improve Employee Moral and Loyalty
- Increase Employee Retention & Recruiting of Top Talent
- Enriches Corporate Culture
- Relieves Stress, Anxiety and Fatigue
- Reduces Muscle Tension & Pain
- Lowers Blood Pressure
- Strengthens Immunity
- Improves Job Satisfaction
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Want to look like a hero? Couples massage is a great way to wow
your significant other or even take the stress out of a first date.
You can choose from any of the massages that we already offer. You
even get a $10.00 savings when you purchase either our 60 minute
or our 90 minute couples massage package. Just have a space picked
out large enough for two massage tables to be set up and have both
therapists’ unobstructed. Get ready to enjoy a very relaxing
Deep Tissue Massage is in between a Swedish Massage with its fluid
movements, and a Neuromuscular Therapy Treatment with the use of
fists or forearms in applying deeper strokes to your muscles. While
Deep Tissue is more specific than a Swedish Massage, it does not
use static pressure on specific trigger points, as does Neuromuscular
Neuromuscular Therapy is a very specific type of advanced corrective
technique also known as Advanced Deep Tissue. It is very specific
spot work on an affected area, and not a complete full body massage.
It includes work on neuromuscular trigger points, which are specific
areas that the nerves and muscle meet together. Static pressure
on these affected or painful trigger points will often refer pain,
discomfort or a tingly feeling to another area. Upon being pressed,
your trigger point may feel sore for a minute or two before easing
up and decreasing your initial pain. There are documented, precise
and consistent maps of trigger points and referral zones. Neuromuscular
Therapy is quite effective in addressing a whole host of complaints
including chronic neck, shoulder, back and hip discomforts. Communication
is very important during your session; always let your therapist
know if you need a change in pressure at any time during your treatment.
Swedish Massage is the actual type of massage that most people think
of when they hear “massage”. It uses long, flowing,
light strokes and can include kneading, friction type motions, light
percussion, and joint movements. This is our recommended massage
for a first time massage client or for someone who wants to deeply
relax and increase blood and lymphatic circulation.
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