Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

All appointments are 1.5 hours unless otherwise arranged

  •  1.5 hours – $140

  • 2 hours – $190

cropped-cropped-Tasha-Stacy-pinch-hands-only-final-edit.jpgNueromuscular Therapy: Uses specific applied pressure to release tight muscles and chronic holding patterns.  These patterns can be pulling the body out of alignment, thus correcting that can relieve pain and tension.
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Visceral Manipulation:  Massage of the abdominal organs and the deep postural muscles of the pelvis and torso. Stress, surgical scars, illness, posture, and injury can cause adhesions and tension in this area that can pull the body out of alignment. Compensating for that alignment can cause a cascade of symptoms through out the body. Mobilizing this area can often greatly improve posture and mobility through out the body.
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Deep Tissue: This style of slow, deep strokes utilizes friction to lengthen muscle fibers. It is used to release chronic patterns of tension. Through the detection of stiff or painful areas of muscles we can work slowly into deeper layers. We will also use breathing in conjunction with the manual techniques to release muscular congestion.
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Craniosacral Therapy: This is a very gentle non-invasive technique which allows our bodies own natural mechanisms to improve the functioning of our brain and spinal chord. This helps to relieve mental, emotional, and physical stress, promote good health, and raise resistance to disease.

Pregnancy, Birth, & Postnatal Massage: Massage techniques to support the changes in the mothers body involved with the birth process. Massage can help ease the common discomfort of pregnancy, shorten birth time, and help the body to recover after the birth more quickly

Trigger Point Therapy: This is a technique used to alleviate muscle spasms and cramping. Like that ‘kink’ that worsens when aggravated. The goal is to locate and deactivate these trigger points. Pressure applied to these areas will usually be very tender, which can be momentarily painful but is brings great relief. People with acute or chronic pain are likely to benefit greatly from this technique