Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that combines slow strokes and finger pressure to release the tension and the tightness in your muscles.
It’s meant to relieve pain, whether it’s in your neck, back or other body parts. It typically lasts between 60 and 90 minutes, and although it’s intense, you shouldn’t feel any pain.
Stretch massage combines techniques like deep tissue massage, trigger point release, myofascial release and others, and its main goal is to reduce tension in your body.
It’s great for people who spend a lot of time at the desk, or those who have stubborn injuries that just won’t go away.
Trigger Point Massage
Trigger points are sore spots or knots that can be found in muscles. When these points are pressed, they usually cause pain in a different area of your body.
The releasing of muscle knots might feel a bit uncomfortable, but by the end of the session you’ll feel that the trigger point pain and associated pain have been lifted.
Sports massage is a technique specifically designed for people who have physically demanding lifestyles or hobbies – usually athletes.
It’s used to treat muscle soreness, or it can be a part of a regular training routine including post and pre-event appointments.
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