Deep Tissue Massage
Slow, Deep, Releasing
What Is Deep Tissue Massage?
Deep Tissue Massage therapists focus on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissues. Similarly to Swedish Massage, the deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic tension and contracted areas. Most importantly, your Therapist will focus on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia. In fact, Studies have shown that a 60-minute Deep Tissue Massage can reduce blood pressure, stress hormone levels and heart rate. Additionally, massage can trigger the release of oxytocin and serotonin which boosts mood and relaxation.
Deep Tissue Massage Techniques
Deep Tissue Massage includes deep pressure with slower movements while concentrating on areas of tension and chronic pain. Therefore, your Massage Therapist will apply gradually increasing pressure using hands, forearms and elbows to help your muscles relax and ease chronic tension. Certainly, be sure to communicate with your massage therapist before and during your session. As a result, your Therapist can customize your massage to your specific needs.
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More Than Just Deep Tissue Massage
Our expert massage therapist is proud to offer customized massage therapy services utilizing techniques from massage specialties below. Learn more about the other types of massage at our disposal to provide you the best results possible and how we can help alleviate your stress, discomfort and pain. Whether you just need to relax or have a specific issue or pain, we are here to help.
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Every body and client is unique. For that reason, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. As a result, whether you need help with pain relief, stress relief, or chronic tension – we’re here to help. However, we understand that you may have questions.
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