Traditional Thai massage or Thai bodywork. The massage therapist leans on the recipient’s body using their hands while applying firm rhythmic pressure and stretching of the entire body.
The traditional Hawaiian massage. Lomilomi massage technique consists of sweeping arm movements, while the elbow and forearm are used in conjunction with some fingertip pressure point work.
Shiatsu is a form of Japanese bodywork massage that uses localized finger pressure in a rhythmic sequence. Shiatsu massage therapy is becoming very popular worldwide and has many health benefits. This non-invasive form of therapy is designed to stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself.
Swedish massage therapy can be very gentle and relaxing. Our massage therapists use long smooth strokes, kneading, and circular movements using massage lotion or oil. If you are looking for your first massage experience, many people choose this type of massage.
Deep tissue massage works the deep layers of muscles and connective tissues. If you have chronically tight muscles, need muscle pain relief, have strained muscles, posture problems, or recovering from injury, then this is a good choice for you.
Sports massage focus isn’t on relaxation but on preventing and treating injury and enhancing athletic performance. Combinations of massage techniques are used to loosen muscles and increase flexibility.
Reflexology involves applying pressure to certain points on the foot that correspond to organs and systems in the body. Reflexology is very relaxing, especially for people who stand on their feet all day or just have tired, achy feet.
Cupping is a traditional Asian medical technique used to alleviate pain, tightness and aids in detoxification. Glass cups and a flame are used to create suction on the skin. Old stagnant blood is flushed out of the tissue and fresh new blood infuses the area to promote faster recovery. Cupping feels similar to massage and most people find it exotically pleasant.
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