This therapeutic technique focuses on deeper muscle layers to target adhesions and stiffness that builds up due to over, under and improper use of muscles, all leading to reduced circulation.
Hypersensitive areas in tight muscle bands, known as “trigger points,” cause pain at the site and can refer pain to other areas of the body. Releasing these points improves treatment outcomes.
Known as “barefoot massage” or “Ashi,” this unique form of massage uses gravity to produce one of the most effective and relaxing deep tissue massages on the planet.
SMRT, or Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique, is a positional release modality that interrupts pain signals in the body and resolves trigger points without causing pain. It has a calming effect on the nervous system, and by working with all tissues in a given area, it can quickly and easily balance the tissues and realign the joints, restoring correct posture.
Our unique DR Hit The Spot method uses long gliding strokes, muscle stripping, trigger point and acupressure techniques all centered around seven hot spots known to contribute to common pain patterns.
Our #7 Perfect Pressure communication system ensures that you receive the pressure that’s right for you.
Our comprehensive, head-to-toe, customizable massage uses our Hit The Spot method and our #7 Perfect Pressure communication system to promote relief and restoration throughout the body.
Known for its relaxing, long gliding strokes, Swedish massage is the perfect way to de-stress after a difficult week. Pressure can be customized to your liking.
First developed in Ancient China and popular to this day, “cupping therapy” or “myofascial decompression therapy” is a powerful and effective way to improve healing and increase circulation.
Massage therapy is one of the most time tested techniques for muscle tension and relaxation. It has been used for millennia – since before the days of Ancient Egypt – and continues to be practiced by most of the cultures of the world.
Often massage is designed to be a relaxing experience, as you are surrounded by relaxing music, aromatic oils, and more. But massage is more than a chance to “unwind.” Massage also provides the body with therapeutic pressure that has many benefits to those struggling with stress, tension, and pain.
Researchers are still discovering more and more benefits to massage therapy techniques. Some of the primary benefits include, but are not limited to:
In addition, countless studies have shown that when the body feels better, the mind does as well. Those with anxiety, stress, and possibly depression often find that massage has mental health benefits as well, capable of providing them with a better mood and improved stress coping.