Massage therapy is an important part of athletic training and recovery. It can have a dramatic effect on the rehabilitation process. We have skilled soft tissue massage therapist high skilled in multiple techniques including, myofascial release, cross fiber, trigger point, compression, functional cupping among others.
Massage offers many physiological benefits:
- •Soothes sore muscles and aids in post-work out recovery
- •Reduces inflammation
- •Loosens muscle constrictions and adhesions for reduction of pain and greater mobility
- •Increase flexibility and range of motion
- •Improve performance
- •Assist in rehabilitation by facilitating improved circulation
- •Encourage relaxation for better rest and recovery
Sports massage with cupping – This targeted therapeutic treatment combines deep tissue work, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. It can also help prevent damage if you are prone to injury. Sports massage alleviates repetitive muscle strain and chronic muscle tension to enable you to move more freely. When performed regularly, this type of massage can improve posture, enhance performance, and assist in recovery; benefits that both athletes and non-athletes can enjoy.
Structural Integration DEEP – This advanced, specialty massage focuses on the fascia, or connective tissues, that surround groups of muscles, blood vessels, organs, and nerves. Structural Integration aligns and balances the body by lengthening and repositioning the fascia. As the fascia is lengthened, the muscles can move more efficiently. During a session, you practitioner will apply pressure to the body, working the entire fascial system in a systematic way. When the body is aligned and balanced it moves with greater ease and requires less energy to function. Posture improves, the body becomes more flexible, more coordinated, and athletic performance improves.