Brings together techniques such as leaning pressure, stretching, tractioning and energy line work. The therapist uses their palm, thumbs, feet, elbows, forearms and knees. The massage is given on the floor on a mat, and the receiver is clothed in loose, comfortable clothing. Heated Thai herbal compresses are used. These warm the muscles and can relieve pain and inflammation. Benefits include lengthening muscles through progressive, assisted stretching which increases muscle flexibility and joint range of motion and balancing the flow of energy in the body.
Promotes relaxation, alleviates pain and stiffness and increases circulation. The therapist uses various strokes to warm up the tissue and gradually break up "knots" or adhered tissue.
Deep Tissue Massage
The therapist uses slow, deliberate strokes to focus pressure deep into muscles and connective tissue.
A form of manual exfoliation similar to microdermabrasion, but without the use of suction or abrasive crystals. A stainless steel, sterile blade is stroked along the skin at an angle to gently shave off dead skin cells from the epidermis. Dermaplaning also temporarily removes the fine vellus hair of the face, leaving a very smooth surface. It is an effective, noninvasive exfoliation treatment that allows home care products to more effective, reduces the appearance of fine lines and evens skin tone.