Massage & Manual Therapies
Massage & Manual
Our experienced team offers a variety of therapeutic massage and manual therapy techniques, and will work with you to attain your health goals.
A form of endogenous thermotherapy (it heals your body by creating heat inside it) based on radio waves. It is also known as “capacitive and resistive electrical transfer." It reduces inflammation at the cellular level, and is useful for prevention and rehabilitation of injuries, post-surgery edema, lymphedema, and other inflammatory conditions.
Sports massage is deep tissue massage beneficial to athletes and non-athletes alike. It is beneficial for prevention of a rehabilitation of injury. For athletes, it can be used pre-performance, post-performance, during training or for rehab.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Relieves swelling that happens when medical treatment or illness blocks your lymphatic system. It involves gently manipulating specific areas of your body to help promote lymphatic flow. It has many benefits including post-exercise recovery, reducing stress & fatigue, and helping with digestion and immune systems.
Tui Na and Gua Sha
Gua Sha is also known as scraping, spooning or Graston technique and is most commonly used for treating pain. It promotes microcirculation, lymph flow, removal of toxins, and stimulates the immune system.
Tui Na is deep tissue bodywork and an excellent alternative to Swedish massage. The focus is on pain sites, acupressure points, muscles, joints, and meridians. It works in accordance with TCM and as such supports broader health goals than those attained by a typical massage.
The suction created by the cup encourages blood flow, promotes healing, and provides detox. Cupping therapy is a form of holistic medicine designed to create therapeutic suction and massage on your skin. The benefits include reduction of pain and inflammation, recovery from musculoskeletal injuries, recovery from surgery. We offer both fire (moving) cupping and stationary cupping treatments.
Benefits of massage Therapy