Swedish Massage Therapy
Deep tissue Therapeutic Massage
Trigger Point Therapy
Benefits of Massage.
*Regular monthly massage provides therapeutic relief to people fall ages and all walks of the life.
Massage offers a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach to wellness based on the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Can massage balance hormones?
Massage encourages hormones to be secreted at the right time, and in the right doses, enabling the endocrine /hormonal system to function healthily and preventing many health conditions. Let massage therapy help with your hormone regulation, so to encourage your overall health and wellbeing.
How does massage reduce stress hormones?
A massage stimulates the autonomic system, encouraging the release of the positive hormones. Increasing the level of positive hormones within the body, reduces stress and anxiety and can improve a person’s overall mood. Stress is reduced when a decrease in cortisol occurs.
What hormones does massage stimulate?
Increased endorphins, serotonin and dopamine hormones is a common benefit gained through massage. Endorphins, serotonin and dopamine are positive hormones that circulate around the body. Endorphins, serotonin and dopamine can give a person a sense of well-being and reduce anxiety.
*RMT’s adjust their techniques based on evaluation of their client’s health history to ensure the client receives the appropriate and effective treatment. Your massage should be as unique as you are.
BioFlex Laser Therapy
*Effective Pain Relief Without Side Effects.
Clinical Applications of Laser Therapy:
Clinical Effects of Laser Therapy:
Cupping is a traditional Chinese Medicine practice used to increase blood circulation and stimulate the flow of energy.
How does cupping work?
Cupping is a method to stimulate the acupuncture points by applying suction through a plastic cup, in which a partial vacuum has been created. This procedure produces blood congestion at the site, and therefore stimulates the flow of Qi through the acupuncture points. Cupping is often used for back pain, sprains, soft tissue injuries and etc. This treatment use to elevate blood flow, relax muscles and connective tissue, and generate healing.
Benefits of Cupping Therapy:
*What toxins does cupping remove?
With skin, muscle and other soft tissues being pulled into the cup due to suction, this will naturally increase blood circulation to the area being treated. The increased flow will flush out any stagnated toxins in the blood as well as attract immune cells to the treated area.
*What are the red marks from cupping?
The red marks are a result of the blood being pulled into that area. The darker the mark, the more stagnant fluids (toxins, blood and lymph) were dredged up during treatment. The marks last anywhere from a few hours to several days. The more often you receive cupping for the same issue, the lighter the marks will be.
*When Will the Marks form Cupping Therapy Go Away?
These harmless marks will slowly fade before disappearing completely after approximately 1 week depending on the skin’s regenerative ability. After regular cupping treatments, you will find that the marks will visibly become lighter and lighter.
*Is cupping scientifically proven?
Cupping dilates topical capillaries and increases dermal blood flow, which has been proved by numerous studies. Blood vessels in the treated areas by cupping are dilated by release of vasodilators such as adenosine, noradrenaline, and histamine, which lead to increased blood circulation.
*Why you can feel tired after cupping?
You may feel more tired than normal or experience flu-like symptoms after cupping (headache or general body aches). This is a temporary reaction by your immune system to the cellular waste that cupping helps release.
*Why do athletes do cupping?
Some of the purported benefits of cupping therapy include reduced pain, improved muscular regeneration, and aligned blood flow. Various experiments have been conducted, some of which featured professional athletes as their subjects, to test whether these effects are substantiated.
*What athletes do cupping?
Notably, professional athletes including Michael Phelps and the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team have used cupping as part of their maintenance and recovery programs.