Swedish massage is the most common form of massage. Long, gliding strokes, kneading, and vibration friction and percussion techniques on the more superficial layers of muscles.
This technique is used to release chronic patterns of muscular tension, applying direct and deeper pressure to the muscle. It allows the therapist to work on specific problem areas.
Sports massage is an excellent complement to total conditioning programs because it takes care of the wear and tear of the muscle tissue that naturally occurs with strenuous exercise. Consist of a variety of techniques, aiming to facilitate the body conditioning and performance and faster recovery after an exerting event.
Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a corrective, soft tissue treatment for muscular dysfunction and chronic pain. Its objective is to balance the nervous and muscular system and align the body with specific stretches to increase range of motion.
Polarity Therapy (Ayurvedic) massage seeks to harmonize people with their environment and nature using our own energy, love, positive thoughts, attitudes, and gentle manipulations.
Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles, and Swedish massage is incredibly therapeutic as it decreases muscle toxins, increases oxygen levels in the blood, and improves flexibility in the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes as well as for those who sit for long periods.