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Traditional Thai massage is a traditional massage of Thailand and is believed to be over 2500 years old. The therapist uses hands, knees, legs and feet to place the receiver into yoga like positions and stretches. Techniques allow external body stimulation to produce internal effects within the body. Benefits include relaxation, increased energy, increased flexibility, greater range of motion and increased circulation.
Notes: Thai Massage is good for relieving muscle soreness and tightens from stress and exercise.
Swedish massage is the most popular massage technique in the western culture. The massage combines several techniques including kneading, rolling, effleurage, petrissage, friction, percussive and taping strokes to aid in stress and tension reduction, improve circulation and blood flow, remove toxic wastes, tone muscles and more. All basics strokes flow toward the heart while circulation increases without increasing pulse rate. Many modalities blend well with Swedish Massage.
Notes: Swedish is a softer type of massage, which is great for relaxation.
This type of massage goes beyond the surface of the skin and underlying soft tissue to deep areas of the muscle and right to the “belly” of the muscle. As the name suggests, “deep” is the key word here. This type of massage also involves the manipulation of the fascia. Fascia is like a web, that runs through the entire body. This connective tissue, when traumatized, inflamed or restricted can create a great deal of pain and restrict motion of the body.
Notes: Deep Tissue Massage is perfect for pain relieving from injuries.
An incredible massage that gives your blood vessels an ebb and flow affect (hot and cold) that leaves you feeling like a “limp noodle” sense of well being at the end. The basalt stones (the hot stones) is commonly used. Hot stones are heated to 137 degrees and used like extended hands of the therapist while the client lays on a bed of hot stones that loosens tight and sore muscles of the back. Cold stones (marble) follow the hot and reduces inflammation while creating balance. This therapy usually combines with the variation of different type massages.
Notes: This type of therapy offers a very relaxing sensation from the stone’s heat and the relaxing type of massage.
Between Traditional Thai Massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Hot Stone, please pick two types of massage that you would like to combine.
Aroma and the olfactory system of the body in conjunction with essential oil that theoretically treats conditions ranging from stimulating circulation to treating depression. Different herbs have different healing qualities. Basil might be used to treat a migraine, where Oregano might be used to cure an infection. The scent of the oils can be diffused into the air while a client is receiving a massage as an example of application.
Sports massage is used as a preventive medicine for many athletes before, during and after sporting events. A combination of techniques such as Swedish massage, Shiatsu, Trigger point and Relaxation before an athletic event can prepare the athlete for increased performance. During events to keep the muscles loosened and warmed up to reduce injuries and after a hard workout to rid the body of stress, relieve fatigue and remove toxins and byproducts the body produces in strenuous activity. Massage can make the training and body building experience much more effective.
Acupressure technique utilizes pressure of the hand, fingers, elbow or other tools used to apply pressure to specific acupuncture points on the body. The pressing of these key areas on the body promotes better blood circulation and helps to relieve tension. Benefits from acupressure are many and range from relief of headaches to treating constipation. A therapist will use different pressure points depending on what the ailment or pain complaint might be. Many therapists might include a form of acupressure in any number of relaxation or therapeutic massages. This is similar to an ancient healing art of acupuncture.
Craniosacral Therapy involves gentle manipulation of the bones of the skull. Alignment and balance of the craniosacral system that encompasses the cranium (including the face and mouth), bones of the skull, fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord, and down to the sacrum. The theory is the therapist uses light pressure in key areas of the craniosacral system to activate the natural healing of the body by moving the fluid within this system to remove restriction and enhance natural balance, energy flow and function to the nervous system. Some common problems that are treated with craniosacral therapy include chronic pain, chronic headaches, scoliosis, whiplash, muscle tension and even the common cold to name a few.
Notes: Craniosacral Therapy includes the massage in both the head, neck, and shoulder. This massage is very good for stress relieving.
The lymphatic system consists of lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and tissue such as tonsils, spleen, and thymus. The lymphatic system is the defense mechanism against infection and disease and aids in removing excess water from the tissue spaces. The lymphatic system does not have a pump like the circulatory system has the heart. This part of the body relies on gravity, body motion and natural flow to circulate within the body. There are several methods to lymphatic massage ultimately promoting and encouraging the flow with rhythmical controlled strokes to find a path for drainage. This technique helps restore the connective tissue, removes inflammatory toxins, and helps the immune system to be more efficient.
Notes: Lymphatic massage is used to treat arthritis, fatigue, pain in joints, cellulite and more.
Muscle knots, myofascial trigger points and myofascial pain all have one thing in common - it can cause excruciating pain. Trigger Point or Trigger Point Myotherapy is designed to treat and reduce myofascial pain. Trigger point compression is used to reduce swelling, tension, stiffness and pain while increasing range of motion, flexibility, circulation and endurance. At times it is difficult to pin point the exact trigger point location because of the referred pain it can produce. Activating the trigger point can be achieved by the therapist using pressure from the hands, knuckles, elbows or knees.
This type of massage is designed for after surgery to help soften the scar tissue that will grow very quickly in the recovery process . Massaging scar tissue regularly will help the area of surgery to heal properly and smoothly. It is extremely helpful after cosmetic breast surgery, and replacement of bones.
Massage Elite strongly recommend full body hot steam before every type of massage. Heat from the steam will not only help you to sweat but will help to relax all the muscles and increase circulation rate. You will feel amazingly lighter and relaxed afterward! This is the best way to increase the effectiveness of therapeutic massage.
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A wonderful relaxation comes over the client as they surrender to the sublime symphony of healing created by four hands working together. This is a totally unique bodywork experience. Four hands massage working in tandem the effect is a hypnotic, awesome and ultimately experience.
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