Consists primarily of gliding and kneading strokes which help to increase circulation, induce relaxation and reduce stress.
Deep Tissue Massage
Firm pressure that affects the deeper layers of muscle and fascia, for the purpose of relieving pain, increasing range of motion and deeper relaxation.
Focused on the muscles used extensively by the athlete. Includes pre and post event techniques and maintenance. Helps reduce recovery time and risk of injury. Keeps the athlete loose prior to an event and cramp free after competition.
Trigger Point Massage
Targets the point in the muscle or connective tissue that hurts in response to pressure and/or radiates pain to another area of the body. For the purpose of releasing built up tension in over strained muscules to relieve pain.
Neuromuscular is a type of deep tissue massage in which pressure, movement and friction are used to release areas of strain in the myofascial of the deep muscles.
Active Isolated Stretching (AIS)
A technique that maximizes the effectiveness of stretching -- beyond what most are comfortable doing themselves -- to create a greater range of motion. AIS takes your massage to the next level.