Why get a massage, relaxation, sports conditioning, pain relief, or just because special occasion.
Earlier in my post I shared the benefits of massage. I wanted to break down a bit more some of the modalities I use and how the modalities help you relax and reduce inflammation and pain.
Myofascial is a safe, gentle and effective technique producing lasting results for clients with chronic pain and postural dysfunction. It speeds recovery from repetitive strain and traumatic injuries and temporal/mandibular joint disorders. Fascia is a tough connective tissue that connects the body in a three-dimensional web from head to foot. Trauma, poor posture, or inflammation can bind the fascia, resulting in pressure on nerves, muscles, blood vessels, bones or organs. The fascial system resists the suddenly applied force. However, the gentle application of sustained pressure allows the fascia to elongate, producing positive structural changes. Myofascial stretching exercises help maintain these changes.
Ortho-Bionomy is a gentle, non-invasive, system of healing that reminds the body of its natural ability to restore balance. Its principles are based on a simple and profound philosophy: allow the body to correct itself. The hallmark of Ortho-Bionomy is pain relief.
Neuromuscular and Clinical Deep Tissue Deep tissue massage and neuromuscular therapy are physiologically based styles of massage. These methods are commonly used as complementary care for new and chronic injuries and can help; Eliminate trigger points, Reduce pain, Reduce scar tissue and fascial adhesions, Balance muscle tone and Increase functional mobility to name a few benefits.
Lymphatic drainage is a gentle, hands-on technique that promotes proper circulation of the lymph throughout the body. The lymphatic system collects, filters, and returns extracellular fluid from the tissues of the body to the blood. Surgery, trauma, infections, etc. may damage this system and thereby compromise cell health. Lymph drainage can help restore proper functioning of the lymphatic system, and if necessary, help reroute the lymph to alternate pathways. Lymph drainage can assist with reduce localized edema, detoxifying the body, stimulate the immune system, relieve chronic pain, relieve chronic inflammation (such as sinusitis,)
All the above, combined with care can alleviate pain and stress for some of the following conditions, Repetitive strain injuries, Soft tissue injuries, Post exercise soreness, Post surgical recovery, Back and neck pain, Headaches and jaw pain, Foot pain (plantar fasciitis , Chronic myofascial pain, and Frozen shoulder syndrome. to name a few. I hope you have a better understanding of KareMassage I and look forward to your massage soon!