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Swedish massage is the most common and well known massage modality. It's smooth, flowing style uses firm but gentle pressure to promote relaxation, ease muscle tension, improve circulation and range of movement, and create harmony throughout the body. Swedish massage blends together a combination of strokes, but focuses on two basic ones: effleurage (long and flowing) and petrissage (a kneading of the muscles).
A sports massage is a good choice if you have a specific problem. It is a modified version of swedish massage, designed for athletes, but is useful for anyone with chronic pain, injuries, or restricted range-of-motion. Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons. Focus will be spent on a specific problem area, or the muscles relevant to the particular athletic activity, for the full allotted time.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage targets the deep connective tissue, focusing on the release of muscle tension and knots, chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, and postural problems. The strokes used in a deep tissue massage are similar to those used in a swedish massage, but with much more pressure. The elbows and forearms are used as helpful tools to greatly enhance the depth.
A pregnant woman's body is challenged, changed and stressed in many ways. Massage is very helpful in reducing the aches and pains, swelling, stress hormones, anxiety, and depression triggered by pregnancy. Touch is vital to the mother's physical and emotional well-being as she adapts to her new body image. Massage gives her special attention, which in turn nurtures the new life that grows within her. A relaxed mother-to-be will likely have an easier and healthier pregnancy, and perhaps even an easier delivery! *Pregnancy massage is not recommended for high-risk pregnancies. Reflexology and deep tissue work will also be avoided.*
Hot Stones Massage
Massage itself is deeply relaxing, improves circulation, and loosens tight muscles, but the addition of smooth, heated stones enhances those effects. Warm stones will be placed on certain areas of the body, and will also be held while employing massage strokes. This allows deeper massage without using as much pressure. *Cold stones may be used on swollen or inflamed areas as well, and is especially relaxing when placed on the eyes and face.
This technique allows one to perform stretches that would otherwise be difficult or impossible. Assisted stretching requires no effort on behalf of the person receiving the stretch, allowing them to fully relax, breathe deeply, and focus on the feeling, positioning and depth of the stretch. This allows for a deeper, more effective stretch, resulting in an increased range of motion and greater flexibility.
Reflexology involves applying pressure to certain points on the foot that correspond to organs and systems in the body, creating balance and triggering healing. Reflexology is very relaxing, especially for people who stand on their feet all day or just have tired, achy feet. Although most often it is associated with only the feet, reflexology can also be performed on the hands and ears!