“Think thoughts that make you happy. Do things that make you feel good. Be with people who make you feel good. Eat things that make your body feel good. Go at a pace that makes you feel good.”
Holistic massage therapy provides a non-intrusive way of healing that is derived from the direct needs of their body. Holistic massage therapy is “an individual treatment that is specifically tailed to each client” and considers their mental, physical, and spirit.
“You have the power to heal your life, and you need to know that. We think so often that we are helpless, but we're not. We always have the power of our minds…Claim and consciously use your power.”
― Louise L. Hay
In its normal healthy state, fascia is relaxed and wavy in configuration. It is free to stretch and move without restriction.
STRESS & ANXIETY MASSAGE
This treatment will stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, which can change your body’s response to stress. It helps promote a state of deep rest and relaxation, relieves muscular tension, and also can improve circulation and range of movement.
Designed for each client to relieve sore and tired muscles combining complementary therapies trigger point, myofacial Release and deep tissue massage.
These therapy techniques are used to increase circulation and help muscle recovery, easing aches, increased nerve flow, lower blood pressure, improved immune system, ease of depression and anxiety, increased flexibility and mobility, and reduced inflammation are a few other benefits that holistic massage therapy can provide.
MYOFACIAL RELEASE THERAPY
Myofascial Release is a hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue to eliminate pain, restore motion and bring the body into a state of ease and alignment.
As restrictions and tensions are released the client will notice that the area is not as sensitive or painful and has increased ease of movement.
Orthopedic Cupping is a form of cupping using negative decompression to treat fascial adhesions rather than the muscle directly. Fascia is the cling film type connective tissue that envelopes every muscle in the body. Once the fascia is released then the muscle can be treated more efficiently, with less pain and greater range of motion.