So what do I do?
Most likely if you’re
Because of these reasons, I must work differently to be able to address the problem(s) at hand! I typically will speak with you anywhere from 5-10 minutes (or more if I need to) to see where you are currently. I will take an additional 10 minutes to give you an assessment to help me gain insight on what I’ll be working on THAT DAY! For this reason, if you’re
While you’re on the table I will often ask you to move this way or that way.
*(Working actively helps not only me, but you gain insight on what’s going on with your body, people love that they have control over their body, pressure & releases)
I give you the liberty to let me know if my pressure is TOO MUCH!
Too many people feel they must have pressure so deep they wanna scream! But my philosophy says sometimes more is less! I do not always work deep, but I use pressure fit to get results! Lastly, I will always recommend what’s needed to help you on your wellness journey!
- Moderate-Severe Stress
- Stiffness/Painful Movements
- Computer Shoulder
- Text Neck
- Pre/Post Surgery
- Pain Management
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Runners Knee
- IT Band Syndrome
- Pre/Post/Event (Sports Massage)
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Medical massage vs relaxation
I’m often asked, what’s the difference between “Medical Massage” & “Relaxation / Swedish”? I will give you my best explanation for we massage therapists all work differently. I blend in whatever modalities I need to in order to achieve the wellness goals you’re looking for.
Normally when you receive a relaxation massage, you tell your therapist briefly what your goal of the session is and where to spend a “few extra minutes.” The lights are dim, the flow is smooth, the pressure is light to medium and usually only focuses on your trouble areas briefly.
That’s more like a DAY SPA, which this is NOT!
Primarily I focus on PAIN RELIEF.