Healthy Life Chiropractic MassageTechniques
Cold Stone Massage: This form of massage alleviates swelling, reduces pain, and promotes healing. It provides stress relief and helps the body to relax. Click here to learn more.
Cupping Massage: Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which cups are placed on the skin to create suction. Many of our patients use cupping massage for a variety of reasons including pain relief, to reduce inflammation, help with blood flow, relaxation, and overall well-being. Click here to learn more.
Deep Tissue Massage: This form of massage therapy is similar to Swedish massage, but requires deeper pressure which is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension. Click here for more information on deep tissue massage.
Hot Stone Massage: During this form of massage, the massage therapist will place flat, smooth, heated stones on specific parts of the body. This will help you to relax and ease muscle tension throughout the body. Learn more here.
Myofascial Release: Myofascial release's distinguishing feature is the sustained pressure and movement into fascial system in order to eliminate fascial restrictions and facilitating the emergence of emotional patterns that are impeding progress. Click here to learn how myofascial release can benefit you.
Neuromuscular Re-Education: The main purpose of neuromuscular re-education is to manipulate the soft tissues of the body to align central nervous system with the musculoskeletal system. Click here to learn about the benefits of this form of massage therapy.
Infant and Pediatric Massage: Just as adults can benefit from massage therapy, so can infants and children! This includes sounder sleep, faster motor development, and even relief from postpartum depression for mom. Learn more here.
Pregnancy/Prenatal Massage: Prenatal massage is a specific technique for pregnant mothers and is performed by trained perinatal specialists. This technique makes mothers-to-be more comfortable and enhances the overall well-being of both mother and child. Click here to learn more.
Reflexology: Reflexology is a therapy therapy based on the idea that nerve areas in the hands & feet chart correspond to muscles and organs. Learn more about reflexology by clicking here.
Swedish Massage: Swedish massage is perhaps the most widely known form of massage. It focuses mainly on energizing the body and promoting circulation. Click here to learn more about swedish massage and its benefits.