Massage Therapy

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Therapeutic Massage
Massage is a great way to relax the mind, body and spirit and leave all stress behind on the table….  Massage can also be very therapeutic, increasing blood circulation and decreasing healing time from injuries, lessen pain and help with lower back shoulder, and neck pain.
Choose between or combination of the techniques below:
Muscle Release Technique ™ -combines massage with a short stretch. MRT™ is very effective for any repetitive use injury such as carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, plantar fascitis, achilles tendinitis, tight muscles and tight joints etc.
Deep Tissue Massage/Trigger Point – is used to release chronic muscle tension through slower strokes and more direct deep pressure. Deep tissue massage helps to break up and eliminate scar tissue.
Thai massage – also known as yoga massage, consists of deep massage and stretching movements. The therapist follows the “sen” lines and uses hands, elbows, knees, and feet to move the client into a series of yoga stretches. No oils are used in Thai massage. The client wears comfortable clothes, and the massage is performed on the floor on padded mats. Thai massage stretches your muscles, releases tight joints and increases range of motion. It improves circulation and reduces stress.  60 to 90 minutes

Swedish Massage – shortens recovery time from muscular strain by flushing the tissues of lactic acid, uric acid, and other metabolic wastes and increases circulation.

Sport Massage – helps alleviate the stress and tension that builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity.
Hot Rock Massage – a massage with heated stones releases muscular tension, promotes relaxation, and increases energy.
Table Thai Massage with herbs – The 90 minute massage is a combination of Thai massage on the table, hot herbal compression, and Swedish massage. The first 60 min consists of Thai Stretches and energy line compression, followed by the application of  herbs over the  Sen energy lines of the body, followed by a very relaxing Swedish massage.  Great way to get the benefit of stretches, herbal application, and a relaxing Swedish massage.images
 For appointments contact Sabine:
480-677-0304
sabinekrieger@hotmail.com

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