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   Upper Body Deep Tissue   

This issue specific session targets neck, shoulders, back and hips.  A typical session may include Neuromuscular Trigger Point Therapy as well as the use of  topical warming and cooling gels to aid in release of 'locked' muscles

  • Neck and Shoulder tension / Headaches

  • Tension and pain between the shoulder blades

  • Low back / Hip pain and discomfort


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60 mins.  $95         $75*                  $85*



Deep tissue massage is a form of massage therapy that is used to realign the deeper layers of the muscles and connective tissues—addressing and resolving the underlying problems that can lead to chronic pain and stiffness. It differs from regular massage treatments; in that it addresses deeper, more rooted issues in the muscles and ligaments, and allows treatments to be more vigorous, successful and long-lasting.

Deep tissue movements tend to be longer, deeper, more intense and focused. Since I will be massaging the innermost layers of your connective tissues and muscles, there are parts of the treatment that may be uncomfortable or almost painful. It is important that you communicate this to me at all times, however some level of discomfort is normal as the deeper knots, adhesions and injuries are being addressed.

After receiving a deep tissue massage, there may be some soreness or stiffness to your muscles that generally doesn’t last more than a day. Ensure that you drink plenty of water and to avoid strenuous exercise the day after your massage in order to help your muscles heal. I may recommend that you ice certain areas of your body, or that you take a warm bath—depending on what you’re being treated for.

Depending on the severity of the issue you’re trying to address, you may find that you feel a whole lot better after your first visit—with increased flexibility and blood flow. Still, if we are attempting to resolve a chronic condition, injury, or a condition such as extreme muscular adhesions, you may have to have a few treatments before you begin to feel well. Make sure to discuss with me how you feel before and after every visit.

Helping you to "keep on keepin' on"

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