(Soft Tissue Rehabilitation)
Deep tissue massage is designed to break up scar tissue and physically break down muscle “knots” and adhesions (bands of painful, rigid tissue). These problematic areas if left untreated can disrupt circulation, cause pain, limited range of motion, and inflammation. Techniques such as cross fibre friction, trigger point therapy, and muscle stripping” all find their place in these rehabilitative treatments to help restore balance and give back your pain free life.
Deep Tissue Massage
Finally!… Get that Deep Tissue Massage you’ve been looking for. Through experience and “know how” your therapist applies knowledge of the neuromuscular system and provides specific techniques to ease those high-tension areas causing havoc. Open communication is key to having this be your most successful treatment ever.
The Four Directions
Myo-fascial Release & Massage
Utilizing fascial techniques, your therapist will help to unadhered structures and unwind the tangled fascia that contribute to muscle imbalances and painful symptoms. The infrared sauna is an amazing complementary treatment to this massage.
The Wounded Warrior
Deep Tissue Massage with Localized Contrasting
Repair and renew with a 45-minute therapeutic massage to the affected area using our special blend of arnica healing oil. This follows with a 10-minute contrasting treatment using our warm Vichy Shower and ice to the injured area, this provides a vascular flush, improving circulation and healing. A muscle balm is then applied to soothe the affected tissue and to aid in healing. This treatment is great for anyone with a localized injury, or who has been training hard at the gym, as well as to help relieve Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness from highly intense competitions.
Seated Massage Therapy
Find relief with this clever little “tune-up”. The seated massage allows a no fuss, keep your clothes on, get the job done bona-fide deep tissue massage. Just enough time to make a difference until you can make your way in for a full treatment, now that’s what we’re talking about.