If you ever laid down on a massage table for a session, chances are you know that massages feel good. But, how exactly can it help improve your athletic performance? The magic in massage lies in its ability to move your tissue in a way that will help to restore muscle elasticity and promote recovery. The kneading, pulling, and pushing also encourages better blood flow and acts as a flushing tool to help push waste products back into circulation and out of the muscle thereby helping to alleviate muscle soreness.
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Deep Tissue Massage
Detoxing Lymphatic Drainage Massage
toxins. By stimulating this system with light, circular pumping movements, the Practitioner helps drain puffy, swollen tissues, supports the body’s immune system, helps the body heal from surgery, and aids in the body’s natural waste removal or detoxification. It has also been documented as an aid to reduce scar tissue, spider veins, redness and acne. It can be used as part of a facial, massage, or as a whole body treatment.$110 Learn More Here
Massage can work in conjunction with an osteopathic manual and movement therapy regimen after a sports-related injury, accident or lengthy period of bed rest. Athletes often seek sports massage, a specific form of remedial massage that helps keep hard-working muscles in good shape. It can also be part of a greater wellness program focussed on overall health.$110 Learn More Here
Trigger Point Myotherapy Massage
Full Body Exfoliation Package (cleansing treatment)
Massage & Body Scrub
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|Full Body Scrub||n/a||$120||$170|
|Massage & Scrub||n/a||$160||$210|
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