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AcupressureAcupressure – applies pressure to points on the body based on Traditional Chinese medicine to affect health. In actuality, many of these points are also trigger points. With good technique, the pressure can release knots as well as balance energy. Can be done with or without oil or lotion.
Myofascial TherapyAnthony is a graduate of the San Jose National Holistic Institute, College of Massage Therapy and has successfully completed 900 hours of training. The training from NHI included both Eastern and Western modalities such as: Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Therapy along with additional business classes, science classes and clinical experience.Specializing in Swedish massage, Anthony blends elements of deep tissue, shiatsu, and Thai tailored to the client’s individual needs along with addressing problem areas. He also works with the clients in order to identify causes of reoccurring pain.
Medical MassageMedical massage – when used to mean massage done in a medical setting, such as a medical office or hospital, can range from orthopedic massage to palliative, soothing massage for critically ill patients or those in recovery from illness and surgery.
Shiatsu MassageShiatsu – A Japanese form of massage working ones pressure points and stretching, also to balance energy, release tension and relax muscles. Generally done without any oil, through clothes or a sheet. Some practitioners use their feet as tools.
Neuromuscular TherapyTrigger point (also sometimes called Neuromuscular therapy)– works to release areas of adhesions in muscle and fascia (connective tissue). Generally involves strong pressure to localized points of sensitivity.
Swedish MassageSwedish massage – generally intended to improve circulation and enhance flexibility. Five basic strokes are used, and you will see these same strokes in almost all types of massage in some form. As originally developed, Swedish massage also involved stretching and exercises. Today, many people think of Swedish massage as light, relaxation massage, but it can be quite strong and therapeutic, depending on how the techniques are applied.
Deep Tissue MassageOur motto “Strong Hands...Gentle Touch” expresses our commitment to making every session as relaxing as possible, whether deep tissue or a lighter touch. We are one of the few places with complementary showers, as well as having Finnish saunas as an option, and all our sessions are the full length of time that you pay for – we don’t charge for the time it takes you to get on the table or dress afterwards.
Sports MassageSports massage – refers to techniques chosen for the purpose of optimizing physical well-being and athletic performance. It can help to decrease the likelihood of injury, as well as to assist in recovery from strenuous work-outs and injuries.
Hot Stone MassageHot stone massage – any style of massage using hot rocks as tools to help relax the muscles and provide more pressure
Prenatal MassagePregnancy massage – also referred to as massage for the child-bearing year, as it includes massage to help the new mother after giving birth. It can consist of any techniques to help the woman as her body, mind and hormonal system prepares for birth and motherhood. Post-partum it helps restore the body and hormonal system and helps the new parent adapt to the changes of motherhood, including new sleep patterns. Specialized knowledge includes knowing appropriate positions for the comfort of the woman and points where strong pressure is contraindicated. Generally involves oil or lotion.
Chair Massage$$1The massage therapists are independent practioners who set their own prices. The above are the prices most commonly charged.
Thai MassageThai massage thoroughly incorporates elements of gentle rocking, deep stretching, elaborate point work and rhythmic compression to create a singular healing experience. No oil is used.
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