Fascia is connective tissue throughout our entire body surrounding muscles, nerves, and organs. Healthy Fascia contains lots of water that allows our fascia to slide, glide, and support movement. The water in our tissues helps separate “sticky” collagen fibers and activation of the receptors helps keep our body pain free.Read More
What is Restorative Massage? This is a question my clients often ask… Restorative massage is a blend of relaxation massage, and modified deep tissue (always catered to my clients needs), and stretching where needed. The focus and goal is to always RESTORE Balance to the whole body.
Restoring Circulation— Helping with blood pressure and wound or injury recovery.
Restoring Flexibility AND Range of Motion— Helping those with sciatica and arthritis and everyday aches and pains.Read More
As our population ages, stress and physical limitations can be immensely be benefited by therapeutic massage. Speaking specifically to our senior population, massage is a non-invasive way to help ease symptoms of many age-related illnesses, helping ease pain and improve their quality of life. As the elderly find themselves increasingly isolated, the time, attention, and compassion offered to an elderly client is what makes massage a straightforward solution with both mental and physical benefits.Read More