Massage therapy is an age-old form of healing that helps the body in many different ways. Besides relaxing the body and relieving stress, it loosens tight muscles and increases mobility and flexibility. And it increases fluid and circulation flow in the body and releases harmful toxins. It also helps to re-align and balance your structure, relieving pain and promoting better health.
TYPES OF MASSAGE
Swedish Massage - A therapeutic massage with relaxing strokes that will help tense muscles and reduce stress and anxiety.
Sports Massage - Deep work on specific muscle areas for better performance, can improve power, speed and flexibility.
Table Thai - An energetic massage that incorporates some yoga moves to release stress and restore the free flow of energy. This massage balances the body and increases one’s well being.
Repetitive-Use Injury Therapy (R.I.T.) - Working with people with chronic pain such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, frozen shoulder, lower back pain, sciatica and tension headaches by helping release these areas in only a few treatment sessions.
Julie graduated from ASIS massage education school on September 2008 as a massage therapist. She is part of our team of professionals since February 2009 working as a front desk receptionist, chiropractor assistant and as a massage therapist. Julie is also a Certified Nurse Assistant and she is working on becoming a Registered Nurse.