Classes & Programs
The most common and popular form of massage is Swedish massage therapy.
The primary goal of Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is done through a series of rubbing the muscles in a long gliding motion in the direction of the blood returning to the heart.
Exceptional benefits to the mind and body include a decreased level of stress hormones, including cortisol. Benefits also include a boost in white blood cells that are part of our immune systems.
Your feet bear the weight of your entire body and get the least amount of attention. Keeping your feet strong and flexible has many benefits to your feet, other parts of your body and your mind. Regular foot massage can promote physical and psychological health.
When reflexology pressure is applied to your feet, the benefits include:
- Blood Circulation
- Better Sleep
- Pain Relief
- Improves mood and fights depression
- Makes feet healthier
- Alleviates swelling
HIMALAYAN HOT STONE MASSAGE
The greatest benefits of a Himalayan hot stone massage are the stones ability to provide a deeper sense of relaxation. The heat activated by the stones increases muscle relaxation and the feeling of rest. Performing better physically and mentally means we are also calmer, happier and can live a more productive lifestyle. Less stress and a relaxed state of being in your muscles means the massage therapist will be able to attend to the problematic areas and have the muscles release more quickly and more readily.
An ancient Chinese therapy, cupping is based on the belief that certain health problems can be caused by stagnant blood and poor energy flow throughout the body. To help fix those problems, cupping practitioners apply cups to your skin that suck your skin inward.
The pressure of the cups draws blood to the affected area increasing overall blood flow and can relieve tension, improve circulation and reduce inflammation.
Avoid cupping if you are on blood thinners or have sensitive skin.
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