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Body Work

Massage is generally considered part of integrative medicine. It's increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. Massage benefits can include reducing stress and increasing relaxation; reducing pain and muscle soreness and tension; improving circulation, energy and alertness; lowering heart rate and blood pressure; improving immune function, and more.

Advanced massage therapy looks at the musculoskeletal as a system, where each muscle is connected and effected by other muscles in the body. As such, when we experience muscular pain, we know that usually the origin of the pain is not where the pain is. Thus, we are not following symptoms, but rather getting to the core issue - the cause of the pain.

Different studies have found massage to may also be helpful for anxiety, digestive disorders, fibromyalgia, headaches, insomnia related to stress, low back pain, myofascial pain syndrome, nerve pain, soft tissue strains or injuries, sports injuries, temporomandibular joint pain, upper back and neck pain. 

Beyond the benefits for specific conditions or diseases, some people enjoy massage because it often produces feelings of caring, comfort and connection.

Whether you suffer from chronic or non-chronic pain, ask about Advanced Massage, Deep-Tissue, Myofascial Release and Satellite Muscles Techniques. The unique body work offered, has the advantage of incorporating different methods to help relieve pain, aches and anxiety.

1 Hour Session: $110

1.5 Hours Session: $145

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Massage is used for several health conditions and provides many health benefits, including reducing stress, pain, and muscle tension. Working with clients who suffer from migraines showed that ongoing massage helped reduce the number of attacks, as well as their severity. 

Migraine is a central sensitization issue, a set of neurological symptoms.  When pain sensitive nerves are irritated, a complex cascade of reactions occur that lead to vasoconstriction followed by vasodilation. However, by and large, there’s still a lot we don’t know. The environment and genetics appear to play a role.

Since migraines stop people from working or working effectively, improving grades, from attending events for their kids, and even spending time with family and friends, ongoing massage can help with the experience of symptoms to reduce suffering and low functionality.

1 Hour Session: $110

1.5 Hours Session: $145

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Intra-Oral massage is an effective manual technique that works on muscles in and around the mouth. This technique can be intense, but it is not necessarily painful. Since it deals with muscles that are rarely touched, they respond to slow, methodic and gentle pressure.

During Treatment gloves are worn while working inside the mouth to release the muscles and fascia involved with chewing and jaw clenching. Other areas that are typically worked during this type of treatment may include; muscles in the back and front of the neck, muscles on the outside of the mouth, scalp and muscles at the base of the skull. The results can be life-changing for those with chronic pain.

​ Many patients have been successfully treated for TMJ syndrome using Intra-Oral Massage Therapy, by using these specific massage techniques to the face, head, neck, jaw and oral cavity.  Facial massages have also been shown to reduce fine lines and help overall skin health. 

Please notify your therapist of any physical and emotion trauma no matter how long ago the incident occurred. Emotional releases are common and normal with this type of work.

60 minute session: $110

90 minute session $145

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