Rest and unwind to promote balance and well being in the bodies, minds, and hearts of our clients by combining healing modalities. As a professional Licensed Massage Therapist we are committed to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of our clients while being guided by the values of respect, compassion, and professionalism.
First Visit: Clients need to arrive 5 minutes early to fill out paperwork. After introducing ourselves, your practitioner will ask why you are seeking massage therapy, and inquire about any injuries or medical conditions you may have. We may also ask additional questions to gather information that can help improve your overall experience. Be honest with your practitioner – their role is to ensure that you have the most pleasant and successful session possible.
Best for giving attention to certain painful, stiff "trouble spots" in your body. Applying pressure on layers of muscles, tendons, or other tissues deep under your skin. relieving chronic patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries.
Is the use of essential oils from plants to support and balance the mind, body, and spirit. It is used by patients with cancer mainly as a form of supportive care that may improve quality of life and reduce stress and anxiety. Aromatherapy may be combined with other complementary treatments like massage therapy, as well as with standard treatments.
Is a holistic healing practice that uses very light touching to balance the cranial-sacral system in the body, which includes the bones, nerves, fluids, and connective tissues of the cranium and spinal area.
The massage treatment should preferably start with an assessment of the entire back and buttock area. The piriformis can be tight or having spasms, which in turn compresses the sciatic nerve and causes the pain. The massage treatment would include applying constant pressure to the piriformis and other gluteal muscles to cause them to relax and reduce the spasms.
Symptoms include pain and muscle spasms in the head, mandible, neck and shoulder muscles; headaches; earaches; clicking noises or deviations when the mandible moves; limited ability to open the mouth; and dizziness.
Session for women who develop lymphedema after surgery for breast cancer starts with light massage on the surface of the skin of the neck. The therapist gently rubs, strokes, taps or pushes the skin in directions that follow the structure of the lymphatic system so that accumulated lymph fluid can drain through proper channels.