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Deep Tissue Massage Services

Suffering from a sports injury or chronic pain? Try our Deep tissue massage, which helps increase blood flow, lower inflammation, and improve relaxation.

Experiencing pain after a massage can indicate that you are ready to undergo a more intensive session. A deep tissue massage focuses on critical areas and helps reduce the pain and stiffness you are experiencing. And while it isn’t as focused on relaxation as other forms of massage therapy, it will certainly help you unwind.

A deep tissue massage is different from others because the massage therapist will apply sustained pressure through long strokes that target inner layers of muscle and connective tissue. In doing so, the practitioner is relieving tension on the muscles.

This practice can also help the muscles release toxins trapped within, reducing inflammation. It will also allow oxygen to reach parts of your body that have been cut off from it and improve the healing process.

Deep Tissue Massage Process

Before beginning, our massage therapist will ask you to identify any trouble areas. That way, they can prepare themselves to target critical areas that require help. A deep tissue massage may cover your whole body or just key areas.

That’s what separates this type of therapy from a Swedish Massage. A Swedish Massage is intensive but focuses on the muscles that typically are the source of tension. While it’s great for many cases, it can overlook your true trouble areas.

That’s why you’ve walked away from a Swedish Massage still dealing with your pain and stiffness. It’s not that the massage isn’t sufficient; it’s just that it’s a different practice.

Throughout the deep tissue process, they will prepare the critical areas with a light touch then continuously work the muscle tissue to help relieve any symptoms you’re experiencing.

Who Should Get a Deep Tissue Massage?

Deep tissue massages are most commonly associated with helping treat several physical issues. While many are familiar with their ability to help sports injuries heal, you may not expect that it can also improve conditions associated with high blood pressure, blood clots, sciatica, and even fibromyalgia.

But the benefits of a deep tissue massage are great for anyone—even those that are not suffering from a physical ailment.

Research has shown that deep tissue massages help reduce stress hormones, positively impacting your life in many ways. For one, you will walk away feeling relaxed and completely refreshed. It also boosts serotonin levels, which will help you get much better sleep.

Another reason it helps you sleep better is that it will reduce pain. Even if only minor, pain can impact your ability to reach the level of total relaxation you need for a good night’s sleep. Of course, pain reduction will also help you enjoy your day.

This intensive session will also increase your range of motion and allow you to use your body more freely. That is part of the reason those who take fitness prefer these sessions. 

A deep tissue massage also helps promote better blood flow and reduce blood pressure. This will have a significant impact on your health, both physically and psychologically.

Treat your mind and body today with a Deep Tissue Massage