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“Deep Pressure” is not used for the full body. It is performed with strong, intense pressure for part or all of the session. This type of massage is used for injured muscles, ligaments and nerves.
This method of massage is used to relieve tension in muscles and fascia or connective tissue. Deep tissue massage focuses on the deep muscles located below the superficial muscles by using a set of techniques and strokes to achieve the relief of pain and relaxation of the deep muscles. I use this type of massage for clients who suffer from consistent pain or who have physical injury.
This Technique is used for people without any specific needs. It helps to reduce stress, headache and tension.
Trigger Points are the parts of the muscles that can be the cause of pain in different parts of the body. For example, the trigger point in the back can be the reason for pain in the shoulder, resulting in a headache. Usually, I press a trigger point for 16 to 18 seconds for 5 or 6 times in order to relax the muscle; then, I gently overstretch the whole area. Clients can feel a decrease in pain after one or two treatments.
This type of therapy session includes stretching, range of motion exercises, strength training, joint mobilization, neuromuscular and postural re-education.
Pregnancy Massage can reduce pain or discomfort of the low back, neck and calves and also can help with headaches, fatigue and insomnia. This massage provides relaxation which is helpful for anxiety or depression, as well as increasing flexibility. In addition, pregnancy massage can decrease tension and swelling, while improving circulation for a mother and her baby.
Massage techniques move lymph (the fluid in the lymphatic system) by mechanically pumping the lymphatic fluid through the lymphatic capillaries. Compression empties the capillaries, while decompression allows them to refill. Pressure within the capillaries is reduced, allowing the lymph to flow. I use this method to reduce edema, ease pain secondary to edema, preventing scar tissue and remove metabolic waste secondary to inflammation and edema.
Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a non-invasive system of evaluating body function that is unique in the
healing arts, has become a dynamic movement in health care in its relatively short existence.
The combined terms “applied” and “kinesiology” describe the basis of this system, which is the use of
manual muscle testing to evaluate body function through the dynamics of the musculoskeletal system.
Treatments may involve specific joint manipulation or mobilization, various myofascial therapies, cranial
techniques, meridian and acupuncture skills, clinical nutrition, dietary management, counseling skills,
evaluating environmental irritants and various reflex procedures.
Myofascial Release is a very gentle variety of massage, which consists of the combination of massage and stretching. During the massage session, I work with light, gentle pressure in kneading-type strokes to stretch, soften, loosen and lengthen the muscles. Usually, I hold the pressure in one area for 1 to 2 minutes to relax and stretch the muscles. This can be done 3 or 4 times until the muscle completely releases and relaxes. This method is used to prevent scar tissue after trauma, injury, chronic pain and tension associated with conditions including headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthrosis and arthritis, muscle spasm, cramps and fibromyalgia.
Craniosacral Therapy is based on the subtle cranial rhythms. The cranial bones have subtle, identifiable and patterned motions. These motions are the result of fluctuations in the production and flow of cerebrospinal fluid. The rhythm consists of tow movements–cranial flexion and extension–and occurs at a rate of six to twelve cycles per minute. I use craniosacral therapy for treating chronic pain, visceral dysfunctions, headaches and TMJ dysfunction, and herniated disks.
Is a gentle, hands-on massage therapy used to help your internal organs (viscera) glide smoothly within your body. This technique used to treat scar tissue and adhesions in the body, acute disorders, whiplash, concussions, sport injuries, musculoskeletal problems, sciatica, carpal tunnel, joint pain and neck pain.
Medical Massage is the combined methods of deep tissue massage, craniosacral therapy, myofascial release and neuromuscular re-education. As needed, other types of massage and therapy can also be used for different varienties of medical conditions.