Everybody is different and needs different things! Sometimes that means a combination of relaxation techniques and deeper work. I customize each session to the needs of my clients for that day. If you don't know what you are looking for, I can help you develop a massage plan that will get you started and we can move from there. Don't be afraid to ask!
Most often, I combine the many techniques that I've learned throughout the years from swedish style relaxation, myofacial style work, deep tissue work and passive stretching. When you come in for your massage, we'll talk about what your goal for massage is (relaxation, stress relief, pain relief, etc...) and then decide what type of massage techniques most fit your needs.
Formally called DeepFeet Bar Massage, this is a massage technique using deep compression, myofascial engagement and gliding strokes performed with the therapist's feet.
Bars are used above the head for therapist balance and leverage. FasciFeet combines flowing centrifugal and centripetal force and also incorporate push, pull, pumping effleurage movements. Gravity, leverage, and use of the powerhouse quadriceps muscles allow the therapist to engage deeper tissue that feels less invasive than elbows and thumbs.
Recommended for athletes, larger framed individuals, those with chronic tightness, or require deeper pressure that hands can't provide. Full draping required.
*FasciFeet is not recommended for clients with Heart conditions, Loose joints, Frail bones, Unregulated high blood pressure Recent implants or surgeries, or those who are pregnant.
Please contact the therapist if you have any questions about whether a FasciFeet massage is right for you.
Clients report that they are able to relax faster on the massage table and find the deep tissue work easier to manage when receiving FasciFeet Therapy!
Steam Services are the option to enjoy a steam session combined with a massage. This is a deeply relaxing and gentle way to warm up your tissues to prep your muscles for deeper work without as much of the soreness of warming up your muscles by hand.
A steam canopy is placed on the massage table and is connected to a steam generator. The steam session reaches about 120℉ and close to 100% humidity. The steam includes your whole body, except your head; making it easier to breathe and your hair stays dry.
In general, steams are not recommended for the following:
• Those with cardiovascular (heart) diseases
• Those with uncontrolled blood pressure
• Those with skin conditions/rashes/wounds that need to be kept dry
• Those who are pregnant
• Those with diabetes that experience difficulty sensing temperature
• Those with trouble regulating body temperature
• Those with kidney failure
Pregnancy Massage is a form of bodywork designed specifically for pregnant women. Pregnancy is a time in which a woman’s body endures tremendous stress due to dramatic physical, mental, and emotional changes. Using various techniques specifically for the new mother, Pregnancy Massage helps alleviate discomfort experienced throughout the pregnancy. The benefits are profound, including emotional support, the reduction of joint pain due to extra weight and postural imbalance improved breathing and relaxation, and relief from uncomfortable digestive issues. Please note: I am not certified in pregnancy massage which means if you have a high-risk pregnancy, medical conditions that impact your pregnancy, or do not have Dr. permission for massage, I will not be able to work with you for the safety of you and your child. I am trained for low risk, no complication pregnancies. If you are unsure, consult your Ob/Gyn.