Types of Therapy
Myofascial Release Therapy
Myofascial release therapy uses slow, elongating strokes that work with the connective tissue known as fascia. Myofascial work restores movement and flexibility of the body.
Structural Integration is a manual manipulation and movement therapy of the myofascial system which realigns the body with its relationship to gravity. It works on both the muscles and the fascia.
NMT is used to break the cycle of pain that comes with injury, illness, or stress. NMT locates pain-causing areas through postural analysis, muscle testing and trigger point detection, helping to restore healing and circulation.
Visceral manipulation is a gentle deep tissue therapy that works through the body’s visceral system (the lungs, liver, intestines and other internal organs) to alleviate abnormal points of tension throughout the body.
Craniosacral therapy uses a very light touch to the cranial bones, spine, and sacrum to balance the craniosacral system. This system also contains cerebrospinal fluid, nerves, and connective tissues.
Swedish Massage preformed by Lisa
The therapist incorporates long, gliding strokes and kneading techniques on the superficial layers of the muscles. This massage relaxes muscles, improves circulation, increases range of motion, and stimulates the skin and nervous system. It enhances balance and harmony while creating a sense of relaxed well-being.