The touch of a customized massage transforms one to a serene state of mind. In a nurturing ambiance of tranquility you can relax and enjoy the peaceful pampering of a massage. Ease away pain, stiffness, and tension with a weekly massage. Choose from a Deep Tissue, Swedish, Sports, Hot Stone, CranioSacral, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic drainage, and Reiki.
Reiki is a gentle non-intrusive touch therapy, which brings about wholeness, deep relaxation and a sense of peace and well-being. It is a compliment rather than an alternative to the healing qualities of traditional allopathic medicine and is not to be a substitute to medical treatment. Reiki fuels the body’s homeostatic mechanisms and assists in the restoration of balance on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. The biological intelligence that marshals the body’s resources to heal a cut finger, mend a broken bone, helps the lungs to breathe, and is amplified by Reiki. This is a 50 min session.
CranioSacral is a gentle non-invasive therapy that asses, modifies and corrects restrictions in the CranioSacral system, to improve wellness and enhance the body’s own ability for self-correction/regulating mechanism. The CranioSacral therapy’s physiological system that is responsible for the production, circulation, and re-absorption of cerebral spinal fluid.
Lymphatic drainage is a type of therapy that is intended to help the body produce a free-flowing lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a complex network of vessels and ducts that move fluid throughout the body and is responsible for moving toxins away from healthy cells and carrying germ fighting materials to cells when they are under attack by viruses. This is a 75 minute session.
Myofascial Release works with the fascia in the soft tissue component of the connective tissue that provides support and protection for most structures within the human body, including muscle. This soft tissue can become restricted due to psychogenic disease, overuse, trauma, infectious agents, or inactivity, often resulting in pain, muscle tension and corresponding blood flow. Although fascia and its corresponding muscle are the main targets of myofascial release, other tissue may be affected as well, including other connective tissues. The direct myofascial release (or deep tissue work) method works through engaging the myofascial tissue restrictive barrier; the tissue is loaded with a constant force until tissue release occurs. When the fascia has a restriction, it can exert 2,000 pounds of pressure per square inch.
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