Massage and Bodywork
In positional release the correct position resets the sensors in the musculature and joints. With the appropriate stimulus to these sensors, the musculoskeletal system returns to a healthier state, eliminating pain and allowing joints to move back to dynamic balance
Massage is the practice of applying structured pressure, tension, motion, or vibration — manually or with mechanical aids — to the soft tissues of the body to heal injury, relieve psychological stress, manage pain, and improve circulation.
Gentle touch will assist in balancing your physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional well being while the client is clothed and resting on the treatment table. Research suggests that there are many benefits.
Fibromyalgia is associated with widespread chronic pain, fatigue, memory problems and mood changes. The massage therapist concentrates on techniques that encourage circulation in the muscles, which increases the flow of nutrients and eliminates waste products. Depending on your sensitivity levels and tender points, your therapist may utilize Reflexology or various forms of massage for Fibromyalgia, or certain methods that address your specific requests and needs.
Reflexology is a holistic and non-invasive bodywork approach that encourages the release of accumulated stress and stimulates the body’s innate healing response. During a reflexology session manual pressure is applied to points located on the feet/hands/ears that correspond to all parts and systems of the body. The relaxation benefits of reflexology are often immediately noticeable. Additionally, it is not unusual for an individual to experience lasting results and relief from the aches and pains.
Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing. The client is usually dressed and the work is done with hands gently resting on or just above the body. Reiki healing is a natural therapy that gently balances life energies and brings health and well being to the recipient. Treatment is usually 30 minutes.
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