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Over the past 17 years, David Cobb has added a host of clinical bodywork certifications to his massage therapy diploma. That's why, in addition to relaxation massages, clients also rely on him for deep-tissue, sports, and myofascial therapy. Cobb is also an expert at The Rolf Method of Structural Integration—a form of deep bodywork that improves alignment and function by releasing restrictions within the body's connective tissue system. Structural Integration sessions also rely on gravity to help achieve results, just like a billionaire who’s trying to get his pet monkey off a chandelier.
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At Newbury Foot and Body Work, feet get the royal treatment from therapists skilled in Chinese foot reflexology. By applying firm pressure to every acupuncture point on the foot, clients can experience relief as stress floats away, energy levels rise, and blood circulation speeds up like a snail that stumbled onto a 50-foot waterslide. Healthy Foot Spa, which is outfitted with purple hues, floral accents, and calming décor, also allows clients to enjoy a tandem massage in the private couples room.
At Back Health Care, massage therapist Gigi Lee treats ailments that range from common back pain to isolated incidents of whiplash. Depending on the patient's condition, she'll dole out the most appropriate massage, such as a Swedish massage for stress or a deep-tissue massage for pent-up tension. And though Gigi can manage just fine with her hands alone, hot stones from middle Earth are available to amplify the therapy.
The experienced practitioners at Chinatown Pain Relief Massage drive away aches and balance energy levels using an array of Eastern bodywork techniques. Reflexology, which is typically performed on the feet, but can also be used on hands, heads, or vestigial tails, targets very specific points with focused pressure and kneading.
Trigger-point massage goes after knots and areas of tension while also reducing inflammation and boosting immunity. The traditional Chinese practice of cupping promotes blood flow to treatment zones with the use of glass suction cups.