Flexibility & Stretching
Flexibility is an essential part of any fitness program, and is equally as important as aerobic conditioning, strength training, and nutrition.
Improved flexibility can help prevent injuries, enhance sports performance, and create a sense of rejuvenation. Proper stretching technique is crucial for maximum results.
This quick massage is perfect for athletes, and may be performed before, during, or after a competition. Using quick effleurage strokes will alert the muscles to perform.
A post-event sports massage is also great to flush out lactic acid in the body reducing the possibility of fatigued muscles.Sports massage can be used pre-performance, during training or for rehabilitation.
|Sports Massage||15 Minutes||$20|
|Body Part Specific||15 Minutes||$20|
|Sweedish or Deep Tissue||
|Six Sessions||15 Minutes||
|Four Sessions||30 Minutes||$140|
|Three Sessions||60 Minutes||$160|
For the same reason that a massage is relaxing, it can also soothe Anxiety and depression. Massage reduces levels of the stress hormone Cortisol, resulting in lifted spirits and often-lower blood pressure. It can also boost the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, which are involved in depression. Eight out of 10 Americans will experience debilitating back pain, according to Time.com, but a massage can help. According to a 2011 study, massage helped people in pain feel and function better compared to people who did not receive any massage treatments. Just like muscle and back pain, headaches may also be alleviated thanks to massages. A regular rubdown can reduce a person’s number of migraines, according to WebMD, as well as limit how painful each migraine feels, according to the TRI.