Therapeutic massage has been a holistic therapy used for thousands of years and is a widely used practice that varies from practitioner to practitioner. In most cases, the purpose and goal of a massage are to alleviate pain and discomfort as well as help you relax from stress, keeping you physically and mentally well-balanced. A therapeutic massage can improve circulation, reduce toxins in the body, promote better sleep, and can be customized to your specific needs.
Inner Rhythms’ practitioners believe that an excellent massage begins with getting all the details of your massage just the way you like it. The techniques we implement, the pressure used on the body, and even the oils and music we use during the session, can all impact your experience during the session. We use a wide scale of gentle to firm pressure techniques, depending on your preference.
For example, we often utilize Myofascial Release which is the use of sustained pressure to lengthen and stretch the myofascial connective tissue which releases restrictions in movement and eliminates pain.
We also combine a variety of other modalities while working with the superficial muscle groups in your body in a fluid, nurturing way to promote deep relaxation.
Types of Therapeutic Massage
This is one of the most common types of massage therapy that involves soft pressure and kneading strokes as well as tapping, rhythmic strokes that target the upper layers of the muscles. Often we couple these strokes with the movement of the joints to help relieve muscle tension and discomfort.
Deep Tissue Massage
If you are experiencing pain or discomfort in your body, such as an area that feels stiff, a deep tissue massage will help alleviate these symptoms. We use a greater amount of pressure to penetrate the upper layers of tissue which helps relieve chronic patterns of tension and will aid with healing muscle injuries.
We utilize sports massage techniques when we need to target specific muscle groups that are used for a particular sport. These techniques can be used before, during, or after a sporting event. We often use a sports massage to aid with flexibility, alleviate muscle strains, and promote healing or prevent a sports injury.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymph is a fluid located in your body’s lymph vessels. This protein-rich substance captures bacteria, viruses, and other waste to your lymph nodes which then filter the fluid to remove impurities from your body. A lymphatic drainage massage is very gentle, using light, long strokes along the skin, and helps increase the circulation of this essential fluid in your body.
This ancient technique focuses on stimulating certain areas of the feet using hand, thumb, and finger movements. These areas of the foot correspond to different parts of the body and can help promote health and well-being. We often use reflexology during fertility massages to stimulate reproductive organs and prenatal massages to help induce labor if the mother is past her due date.
Our Pregnancy-Related Massage Techniques include:
$130 / 60 minutes
$165 / 75 minutes
$185 / 90 minutes
$230 / 120 minutes
$95 / 60 minutes
$145 / 90 minutes
$190 / 120 minutes
| Series of 4
$335 / 60 minutes
$510 / 90 minutes
$669 / 120 minutes
| Series of 6
$485 / 60 minutes
$740 / 90 minutes
$969 / 120 minutes
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