DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE


Deep Tissue Massage It treats the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue of the body to alliviate chronic pain, inflammation and injury.

Therapists utilize slow strokes or friction/pressure techniques across the grain of the muscle with the fingers, thumbs or elbows. The purpose is to reshape and realign the muscles and connective tissue, recovering habitual holding patterns.

Patients often feel sore after taking the massage but the benefits are significatives post, especially for painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems, or recovery from injury.
However, this method has to be applied by skilled practitioners because a not proper application can cause a severe injury.

Other massage styles that are derived from deep tissue massage are: Rolfing, Trager, Hellerwork and Feldenkrais.




    : It considers the human being as a whole rather than a set of conditions...
    : Based on warm and loosen tight muscles and balance energy hubs in the body...
    : It involves scented plant oils with with relaxing and revitalizing properties...
    : Applied in a therapeutic pool to heal using its anti-gravity properties...
    : It uses ischemic compression at areas of hypersensitivity in muscles...
    : Centered on the enhancement of athletic performance...
    : It diminishes swelling and eliminates wastes trapped in the connective tissue...
    : Certain spots of the body are pressed to stimulate corresponding areas...
    : Used to balances the nervous system with the musculoskeletal system...
    : Myofascial Release deals with the muscle and fascia interconnected to the body...