Our massage therapy services are a structural integration bodywork involving work with fascia to improve posture, function, and balance. Fascia becomes tense due to prior trauma, causing pain, misalignment, and altered body mechanics. The technique combines massage and stretching with the goal to release and lengthen the fascia.
Structural Integration – A bodywork involving working with fascia to improve posture, function, and balance. Fascia becomes tense due to prior trauma, causing pain, mal-alignment and altered body mechanics. The technique combines massage and stretching with the goal to release and lengthen the fascia.
Swedish – A lighter massage to ease muscle tension and increase circulation for stress and tension.
Deep Tissue – A deeper massage to realign the deeper layers of muscles; the strokes are deeper and slower. For chronically tense contracted areas.
Foot Reflexology – A foot massage aimed at “reflex” points on the feet that correspond to specific organs and glands. By applying pressure to specific points on the feet, energetic pathways are stimulated to the corresponding organs.
Myofascial Release: A specialized therapeutic massage technique employed to treat a variety of chronic disorders in which the muscle tissue is stretched and manipulated to relieve tension in the fascia, the thin tissue covering the muscle fibers.
Neuromuscular Therapy – A deeper massage aimed at releasing myofascial trigger points (knots) in your muscles. Trigger points tend to refer pain and can be responsible for headaches, pain and numbness.
Oncology Massage – Specific therapeutic massage designed to meet the needs of people dealing with cancer, especially helpful for lymph edema and boosting immune function.
Lymphatic Massage – A gentle massage that stimulates the lymphatic system to improve metabolism, promote the removal of bodily toxins and waste and encourage a healthy immune system.
If you’d like to know more about which massage therapy is right for you, contact Arne Wellness Center of Littleton today!