30 Minutes: $50
60 Minutes: $85
90 Minutes: $120
120 Minutes: $150
30 Minutes: $60
60 Minutes: $95
90 Minutes: $130
120 Minutes: $160
Dry needing is defined as rapid, short/term needling to altered of dysfunctional tissues in order to improve or restore function. This may include but limited to myofascial trigger points, Periosteum and connective tissues. It may be performed by an acupuncture needles or any injection needle without any injection of a fluid...Read More...
Cupping softens tight muscles. This enhances Blood flow to the muscles that are being cupped. Releases fluid, including the release of toxins throughout the muscles. Cupping helps the lymphatic system drainage. Helps the immune system to work better, keeping us healthier and stronger...Read More...
Remedial massage therapy is the assessment and treatment of soft tissue dysfunctions that causes pain and restricts human movements. Remedial massage is a treatment modality that manipulates the soft tissue of the body including movement for a specific therapeutic effect, rather than a general therapeutic effect. It uses relevant techniques, Lubricants and movements according to the client’s needs and response...Read More...
Swedish massage has health benefits like blood circulation to the muscles and can help with tension/mental stress, Lymphatic drainage and also promoting physical/mental recovery and well-being. Swedish has benefits of helping fatigue, depression and anxiety.Read More...
Sports massage is a massage that can alleviate pain occurring in certain parts of the body which can be caused by physical activity. Sports massage can be used on both non athletes and athletes. There are benefits from sports massage of psychological and physiological. Sports massage plays an important part in the life of any sports man or woman whether they are injured or not.Read More...
Travell and Simons describe a trigger point as simply a small contraction knot in muscle tissue. It often feels like a partly cooked piece of macaroni, or like a pea buried deep in the muscle. A trigger point affects a muscle by keeping it both tight and weak. At the same time, a trigger point maintains a hard contraction on the muscle fibers that it is a part of. In turn, these taut bands of muscles fibers keep constant tension on the muscle’s attachments...Read More
Many people are haunted by the fear that pinched nerves, ruptured disks, or arthritis are causing back pain, when there is a good chance that the pain may be coming solely, or at least in part, from myofascial trigger points in muscles. Even when back pain is due to genuine problems in the vertebral column, myofascial trigger points always contribute a major part of the pain...Read More