|Therapeutic Massage can only be applied by a Registered Massage Therapist with 3,000 hours of training. Our massage treatments are designed not only to relax our patients, but to determine and correct any physical dysfunction, as well as treating their symptoms. Because massage therapy acts directly on the main systems in our body ≠ nervous system; musculoskeletal system; immune system; and circulatory system ≠ it will have a therapeutic effect.
Many conditions can benefit Massage Therapy:
-Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
-Degenerative Disc Disease
-Entrapments & Compression
-Fibrositis and Fibrosis
-Herniated back (disc)
-Iliotibial Band Contracture
-Low Back Pain
-Muscle Tension / Spasm
-Neuralgia / Neuritis
-Poliomyelitis & Post Polio
-Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
-Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Massage during pregnancy has many benefits:
- Increased relaxation
- Increased postural awareness
- Increased circulation & lymph flow
- Decreased anxiety and stress hormones (for mom and baby)
- Decreased swelling in hands and feet
- Decreased muscle tension
- Decreased insomnia
- Decreased stretch marks
Therapeutic touch is vital to a motherís physical and emotional well being as she tries to cope with all of the changes and challenges her body is presenting during pregnancy; it also benefits the new life that grows within her.
Do not seek prenatal massage if you have any of the following:
1. Heavy discharge (watery or bloody)
3. Contagious Illness, fever, or vomiting
4. Pre-eclampsia or High blood pressure
5. Abdominal Pain
Sport massage consists of pre-event, post-event, and restoration/training massage that is used†to help prevent†injuries,† to prepare the body for athletic activity,†maintain optimal condition and to help athletes†recover from workouts and injuries.
I am in the progress of attaining the International Sport Massage Diploma through the Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association (http://www.csmta.ca). †
||muscle and tendon injuries.
||the strain and discomfort of training and chronic strain patterns. allowing a quicker return to maximum training levels.
||the athlete to recover more quickly from myofascial injury with less chance of chronic problems returning.
||psychological boosts to the athlete, consistent with his or her commitment to high performance.
||a preventive approach to athletic training whereby soft tissues are free of trigger points and adhesions, thus contributing toward the improvement of peak neuromuscular functioning.
||stimulates circulation, calms nervous tension, and prepares the athlete for optimal performance while reducing the chances of injury.
||helps in recovery from hard training and competition.
||to focus on the prevention of developing chronic injuries and aids in the healing process of current ones.