What does a Swedish full body massage include?
As the best-known type of bodywork performed today, one of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body.
This is accomplished by rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart. But Swedish massage therapy goes beyond relaxation.
What are the benefits of deep tissue massage?
Unlike other massage techniques that focus on relaxation, deep tissue massage helps to treat muscle pain and improve stiffness. But it can still help to you unwind mentally, too.
What are the benefits of deep tissue massage?
Reflexology involves squeezing certain parts of the feet, hands and ears in order to improve health.
The idea is that certain pressure points on the body can become blocked. The life force flows through the body and heals injuries, strain and illnesses.
Reflexologists are aware of various pressure points that must be squeezed in order to relieve blockages on certain parts of the body.
Reflexology does not require that you remove any clothes, since only the feet, hands and ears are touched. Massage therapy instead asks you to only wear an undergarment since much of the body will be touched.
Reflexology focuses on one specific trigger point on your body while massage targets entire muscle groups. Reflexology only uses the fingers of the practitioner in order to provide relief, while masseurs use a variety of massage tools and also oils.
Reflexology aims to improve the function of the human organs, while massage is designed to relieve tension throughout the muscles.
Your feet are subjected to some harsh conditions day in and day out, and over time, excessive walking, tight shoes, going barefoot and other factors can lead to rough calluses, sore arches and feet that are simply tired and sore. Every step you take can take your feet closer to irritation, discomfort and outright pain. Maybe it is time to give your feet a little extra pampering with our luxurious Foot Scrub Therapy, which can refresh and relax your feet from toes to heels.
We specialize in pampering your feet. We offer relaxing massages and soothing scrubs to gently work out the kinks in tight muscles, calm those irritated spots and give you silky, sexy feet without any uncomfortable or unsightly rough patches. Our Foot Scrub Therapy offers many benefits, including:
Our skilled practitioners can soon have your feet feeling amazing with the right products and treatments.
The process begins with a luxurious soak. We add refreshing peppermint, calming lavender or healing aloe to your soak to stimulate your senses while rejuvenating your feet. The soak helps you feel deeply relaxed and prepares your feet for the next step: the scrub. Once your rough spots have been softened in the soak, the special sugar scrub will be used to gently smooth your skin.
Salt is a common ingredient in scrubs, but it can have a dehydrating effect, leaving your feet even dryer and more prone to cracking after treatment. For this reason, our special foot scrub features sugar rather than salt. The even-sized crystals smooth feet efficiently while the sugar offers natural hydration that can help plump and soften your skin. Dry patches and calluses are gently buffed away with the scrub or a pumice stone. The massaging action of our scrub therapy helps boost circulation and can promote healing for benefits that continue even after you have gone home.
A massage can be a great way to finish off your luxurious treatment. We apply a rich moisturizing cream that penetrates deep into even the thick skin on your feet to make them feel silky soft, and we massage the cream particularly into the heels, balls and toes of your feet, which are often the tensest areas. Several massage techniques can be used to stimulate circulation, ease irritation and untangle the knots from tight muscles and tendons.
Our Sugar Foot Scrub Therapy combines the most effective techniques and powerful products to give your feet that extra dose of luxury they deserve for serving you reliably day after day. The treatment may be available on its own or used in conjunction with your other favorite spa treatments for an incredibly relaxing, pampering treat for your feet and your entire body. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.
We specialize in therapeutic massage, which for many people is synonymous with deep tissue massage. That makes sense because deep tissue massage is the most common of the therapeutic massage modalities—and if that’s what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place.
Therapeutic massage is a general term that describes any type of massage modality that helps relieve pain, reduce stress, and work on a specific problem—such as a frozen shoulder. People tend to assume therapeutic massage means deep tissue massage, and that they will get a very strong massage. But this is not always the case. Deep tissue massage is great at breaking down scar tissue and getting your blood circulating, but it may not be what you need on a particular day. A good therapist will apply the specific techniques and the right amount of pressure to address your need, and sometimes that’s a lighter touch.
There are several different types of therapeutic massage in addition to deep tissue massage, such as:
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