Massage Therapy

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Massage therapy treats muscular-skeletal problems like back problems, joint and muscular soreness and stiffness, headaches and insomnia or just leaves you with a deep sense of wellbeing and relaxation.

Swedish / Relaxation Aromatherapy Massage - This massage helps in relaxation and stress relief and can incorporate aromatic essential oils into the massage to add to the effect.

Therapeutic Massage (Deep Tissue massage) - Therapeutic massage is a deep form of massage that involves systematically kneading, rubbing and pressing the muscles of the body.

The aims of therapeutic massage are to induce physical and mental relaxation, improve blood and lymphatic supply, improve muscle performance and decrease risk of injury (less aches and pains), prevent & treat soft tissue problems, aid the efficient functioning of the digestive system and encourage the elimination of toxins from the body.

Therapeutic Massage can successfully alleviate chronic neck, shoulder and back problems or any other muscul

ar-skeletal problem. After being treated with therapeutic massage, many people are surprised to get relief or complete healing from a physical problem they have had for years.

Sports Injury Therapy - Similar to therapeutic massage, Sports Injury Therapy is specific to acute and chronic injuries of the musculo-skeletal system induced from a sports injures or from other types of accidents. Sports injury therapists are trained and equipped to treat with these problem.

Acupressure - A form of Chinese massage in which the thumbs and fingertips apply pressure massage on specific pressure points along the acupuncture meridians.

Cupping - Involves the use of round glass cups which create suction on the skin and helps displace toxicity from underlying tissue as well as disperse blocked energies.

Chi Balancing - is done by experienced massage therapists who can disperse the negative energies and blocks, allowing positive energy to freely flow through the body. It has to be felt to be understood.