Sports Massage is the manual therapy and manipulation of the muscle tissue and fascia. It has precise focus of intention of bone cleaning, that means working where the muscles originates and where it inserts.
Stretches and movement to increase effectiveness, and percussion strokes are part of this technique. If you are athlete at any level, massage can and should be an important part of your training.
Rolfing Structural Integration
Rolfing® Structural Integration, commonly known as simply Rolfing®, is a deep and advanced form of bodywork widely known to bring long lasting relieve to chronic conditions. Is the realigning of the body through manipulation of the soft tissue, integrating the body in gravity and space. Rolfing addresses postural realignment through a session divided into 10 segments called the Rolfing 10 Series.
By receiving the Rolfing 10 Series people report having experienced many other positive but individual changes beyond body realignment, such as to achieve greater psychological and emotional well-being, help in psychotherapy gain a more direct connection to the emotional life, among others.
Deep Tissue Sculpting
Is a technique applying a constant firm therapeutic pressure or strokes, slowly sinking as the muscles melts and opens up through the different layers, inviting to deeper areas of the tissue. This modality doesn’t require the use of oil.
The sensation of tension release and tissue melting is just amazing! The practitioner sculpts the layers of tissue using her fingertips, knuckles, elbows, forearms, heels of hand, or any body part as tools.
Traditional Medicinal Thai Massage
It is a passive form of assisted yoga. Muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure are also used during this type of massage. I will work with you dressed comfortably on a floor mat, using my hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches.
Like shiatsu, Traditional Thai aligns the energies of the body using gentle pressure on specific points. It reduces stress and improves flexibility and range of motion. Thai bodywork could have both relaxing and rejuvenating effects.