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Focused on giving individual and a practical action plan— including self-treatment techniques, to get you back to living your life. we practice a variety of approaches including clinical deep tissue massage and integrative muscle therapy to achieve your specific goals.
Together, we will discover the cause of your symptoms to assist your body in the healing process by using hands-on techniques that release connective tissue adhesion and restrictions, increase your range of motion, and restore overall function.
Clinical Deep Tissue
Clinical deep tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia. This type of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles. This technique is recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity (such as athletes), or who have sustained physical injury.
Medical massage is performed with the intent of improving conditions or pathologies that have been diagnosed by a physician; A wide variety of modalities or procedures are utilized to focus the treatment based on the diagnosed condition.
Integrative Muscle Therapy
Integrative Muscle Therapy uses five styles of muscle therapy: effleurage (sliding or gliding), petrissage (kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), friction (cross fiber), and vibration/shaking. This combination has proved helpful in reducing pain and joint stiffness and improving function. Muscle therapy ranges from light to firm pressure as determined by therapist evaluation and client needs.
Sports massage focuses on increasing blood and lymphatic fluid flow, reducing and eliminating pain and tender trigger points, and increasing the range of motion of the affected area. There are four distinct types of sports massage: the pre-event sports massage, the post-event sports massage, the restorative sports massage, and the rehabilitative sports massage. As the names indicate, each type of sports massage has a different focus for the athlete and is delivered at a different time in an athelete’s training and performance schedule.
Active Isolated Stretching
Active Isolated Stretching will help restore full joint movement, decrease tissue soreness and fatigue, increase tissue pliability, and improve posture. Stretching — as well as nutrition, rest and exercise —is a daily requirement: muscles can shorten, stiffen, or become tense from work, training, posture, gravity, or stress.
Discovery Session — $90
NEW CLIENT – First session only
Full name, email, phone, credit card information required to schedule
Goals and target outcomes will be the foundation of our work
together. Includes assessment, session/treatment, self-care tools,
and after care instructions.
Total session length 70-80 minutes.
Full Session — $80
Customized for all Body Mind Self sessions or treatments.
Total session length 60-70 minutes.
Half or Extended Sessions are only provided as needed by client or
therapist to reach specific outcomes.
Half Session — $50
Targeted for all Body Mind Self sessions or treatments.
Total session length 30-40 minutes.
Extended Session — $100 — Full —body integrative relaxation or therapeutic treatment plus additional time to focus on 1 —2 therapy areas
60 —Minute Sessions
3 sessions for $210
6 sessions for $410
12 sessions for $780
80 —Minute Sessions
3 sessions for $285
6 sessions for $560
12 sessions for $1080
New Client First Session — Medical massage and myofascial release treatments will be the foundation of our work together. Total session length is 70-80 minutes this includes an assessment, bodywork, self-treatment tools, and after —care instructions.
Cancellation Policy and Session Reminders — Your appointment time has been reserved for you and a wait list is always active for services. Please promptly respond to reminders, via text, sent a week prior of your appointment. If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please do so 24 hours prior to your session. Any same day cancellations will be charged $45 and no-shows will be charged scheduled session rate.
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