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Upper Back Massage

SPORTS MASSAGE

Sports massage is a type of massage that is designed to help athletes and non-active individuals decrease stress and load on their bodies. 

A sports massage can have a wide range of benefits for both athletes and inactive individuals. By improving circulation, increasing flexibility and range of motion, reducing muscle tension and soreness, and enhancing recovery, a sports massage can help individuals perform at their best in their physical and athletic pursuits.

 

For sedentary individuals, a sports massage can help alleviate pain, reduce muscle tension in areas such as the neck, shoulders, and back that are commonly affected by prolonged sitting, and promote relaxation and stress relief.

 

Overall, a sports massage can be a valuable tool for promoting physical, emotional, and mental well-being for individuals of all activity levels.

 

It utilizes a variety of techniques such as effleurage, kneading, wringing, hacking, and trigger pointing to manipulate the soft tissues of the body, such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These techniques can help to increase circulation, reduce muscle tension and soreness, and improve flexibility and range of motion. It can be used in a pre-event, post-event or maintenance stage, and can be applied to both athletes and non-athletes.

LYNO THERAPY

The Lyno Method is a system of movement analysis and therapy that aims to improve mobility and support a balanced, flexible, and fully functional body. By identifying movement patterns and guiding individuals towards more efficient movement, the Lyno Method can help to reduce strain on the body, improve posture, and enhance overall physical performance. The focus on creating awareness of body movements and habitual patterns, as well as promoting neutral and effortless movement, is in line with the principles of many movement-based therapies and can have a positive impact on physical and emotional well-being. If you are interested in the Lyno Method, it is recommended to speak with a qualified practitioner to determine if it is appropriate for you and to discuss any specific needs or concerns you may have.

he Lyno Method is a comprehensive approach to addressing recurring injuries in sports or daily life by addressing the underlying causes of these issues, rather than simply treating symptoms. By identifying restricted patterns and addressing them, the Lyno Method can help to improve mobility, reduce strain, and prevent recurring injuries. The focus on looking at the whole picture and considering the underlying causes of movement restrictions is a valuable aspect of this approach, as it can help to ensure lasting results and prevent future problems from developing. If you are experiencing recurring injuries or discomfort, the Lyno Method may be worth considering, but it is always best to consult with a qualified practitioner to determine if it is the right choice for you.

Oil Massage

SWEDISH / HEALTH MASSAGE

Swedish Massage is a type of therapeutic massage that is commonly used to promote relaxation, increase circulation, and relieve muscle tension. The massage uses long strokes, kneading, friction, tapping, and vibration and is typically performed using light to medium pressure. Swedish Massage is one of the most widely recognized forms of massage and is often the starting point for individuals who are new to massage therapy.

 

Some of the potential benefits of Swedish Massage include

  • reducing stress,

  • improving sleep,

  • increasing range of motion,

  • boosting the immune system.

If you are interested in receiving a Swedish Massage, it is recommended to speak with a licensed massage therapist to determine if it is appropriate for you and to discuss any specific needs or concerns you may have.

CUPPING THERAPY

Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. The suction created by the cups is thought to :

  • stimulate blood flow,

  • release tight muscles,

  • improve circulation.

There are several different techniques used in cupping therapy, including stationary cupping, where the cups are left in place for a period of time, and gliding cupping, where the cups are moved along the skin in a sliding motion.

Cupping therapy has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and is now used in many parts of the world as a complementary therapy for various health conditions.

Some people use cupping therapy to help with: 

  • relieve pain,

  • increase relaxation,

  • reduce inflammation,

  • improve overall well-being.

Cupping Therapy
Acupressure Neck Massage

TRIGGERPOINT
THERAPY

Trigger Point Therapy is a form of massage therapy that focuses on the release of tight muscle fibers, or trigger points, in the body.

 

A trigger point is a tight knot of muscle fibers that can cause pain, discomfort, and restricted movement in other parts of the body.

 

Trigger Point Therapy involves applying pressure to these tight knots to help release them and reduce pain and discomfort. The massage therapist may use their hands, elbows, or other tools to apply pressure to the trigger points.

 

This type of therapy is often used to treat:

  • chronic pain,

  • headaches,

  • muscle tension,

  • other conditions that can be caused by trigger points.

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The benefits of Trigger Point Therapy includeL:

  • reduced pain,

  • increased mobility,

  • improved circulation,

  •  increased relaxation.

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  • If you are experiencing pain or discomfort, it is recommended to speak with a licensed massage therapist to determine if Trigger Point Therapy is appropriate for you and to discuss any specific needs or concerns you may have.

REHABILITATIVE ASSESSMENT

Rehabilitation assessments are evaluations that are used to determine the current state of an individual's physical or mental function following an injury, illness, or surgery. The goal of a rehabilitation assessment is to identify any physical, emotional, or cognitive impairments and to develop a plan to address those impairments through rehabilitation.

The results of a rehabilitation assessment are used to develop an individualized rehabilitation plan that is tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of the patient. This plan may include exercises, treatments, and other interventions designed to improve function, reduce pain, and enhance quality of life.

Rehabilitation assessments are an important component of the rehabilitation process and play a critical role in ensuring that patients receive the best possible care and achieve the best possible outcomes.

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