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Relaxation Massage:

Massage is a general term for pressing, rubbing and manipulating your skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Massage may range from light stroking to deep pressure.

Swedish Massage:

Swedish massage is a vigorous system of treatment designed to energize the body by stimulating circulation. The many benefits of Swedish massage may include generalized relaxation, dissolution of scar tissue adhesions, and improved circulation, and may speed healing and reduce swelling from injury. Fibrefriction massage, deep tissue sculpting, Hellerwork, Rolfing and others; it is believed to increase blood flow and to be of greatest use in problem muscles for pain, rehabilitation and arthritic complaints.

Deep Tissue Massage:

Deep tissue massage is used to manipulate the deep tissue. This technique is moderate to hard pressure. Therapist use fingers, Elbows, knuckles, hands, and forearms to penetrate deeper into the muscles to help with tension release.

Sport or Injury Massage:

Sports massage is designed to enhance athletic performance and recovery. There are three contexts in which sports massage can be useful to an athlete: pre-event, post-event, and injury treatment. The intent here is to calm the nervous system and get the athlete to resume training much sooner than rest alone would allow. Skillful massage therapy can often speed and improve the quality of healing.

Heavily exercised muscles may also lose their capacity to relax, causing chronically tight (hypertonic) muscles, and loss of flexibility. Lack of flexibility is often linked to muscle soreness, and predisposes you to injuries, especially muscle pulls and tears. Blood flow through tight muscles is poor (ischemia), which also causes pain. Some benefits of massage for exercise and injury prevention include:

Reduced chance of injury by improving range of motion and muscle flexibility.
Performance enhancing results with improved power and performance.
Shortened recovery time between workouts.
Maximizes the supply of nutrients and oxygen through increased blood flow and the elimination of lactic acid in the muscle (a by-products of exercise)

Massage helps the body recover from the stresses of strenuous exercise, and facilitates the rebuilding phase of conditioning. The physiological benefits of massage include improved blood and lymph circulation and muscle and general relaxation. These, in turn, lead to removal of waste products and better cell nutrition, normalization and greater elasticity of tissues, deactivation of trigger points, and faster healing of injuries. It all adds up to relief from soreness and stiffness, better flexibility, and less potential for future injury.

Manual Lymph Drainage:

The strokes applied in manual lymph drainage are intended to stimulate the movement of the lymphatic fluids in order to assist the body in cleansing. This is a gentle, rhythmical technique that cleanses the connective tissue of inflammatory materials and toxins, enhances the elasticity of the immune system. Reduces pain, and lowers the activity of the sympathetic nervous system.

TMJ Massage:

TMJ pain can be relieved by reducing stress, relaxing the facial muscles and relieving tension from deep within your jaw. It targets muscles of the neck, shoulders and back.

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy:

Myofascial trigger point therapy is used to relieve muscular pain and dysfunction through applied pressure to trigger points of referred pain and through stretching exercises. These points are defined as localized areas in which the muscle and connective tissue are highly sensitive to pain when compressed. Pressure on these points can send referred pain to other specific parts of the body. Myofascial therapy can relax tense muscles, break up scar tissue, and reduce fluid buildup in the tissue. Soft-tissue mobilization is a manual therapy that is said to relax tense muscles, reduce scar tissue, and stretch or lengthen your fascia. It does this via a number of techniques, including applying gentle pressure and stretching the affected tissue.

Myofascial Release:

Myo means muscle and fascia is the elastic connective tissue wrapped around muscles and other parts of the body. During myofascial release restrictions are located and gentle sliding pressure is applied in the direction of the restriction to stretch the tissues. The stretching of tissues and the heat imparted by the practitioner’s hands are thought to help produce a softer consistency of fascial tissues.

Neuromuscular Massage or Trigger Point Massage:

Trigger point massage utilizes ischemic compression of individual areas of hypersensitivity in muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia. These trigger points are defined by their referral of pain; to distant locations in muscles, connective tissues and organs.Type your paragraph here.