Massage treatments in Miami

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage is a form of massage therapy that focuses on releasing the built up tension and adhesions in the fascia layer of connective tissues surrounding all muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Since fascia layers are situated deep into the muscles and other connective tissues, most of the deep massage techniques rely on applying deeper pressure with slower movements to reach and realign the deeper layers of muscles and connective tissues. Normally, the finger pressure either follows or goes across the grain of muscles, tendons and fascia.

Deep tissue massage technique is similar to classic massage therapy since it relies on many of the same strokes for warming and releasing upper muscle layers, but differs in how the therapist applies pressure on concentrated areas of tension and adhesions. This allows the therapist to easily reach the sub layers of muscles and the connective fascia tissues.

Deep massage is a proven remedy for abating chronic aches and pains especially in the lower back, and in releasing contracted areas such as sore shoulders, stiff upper back and neck, and reducing muscle tightness in thighs.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is the most common form of massage therapy in the West. The primary goal of most of massage techniques used in it is to relax the entire body. The Swedish massage has become the most renowned form of bodywork today and is what comes to mind whenever people think about receiving a massage session for releasing their muscles and improving blood circulation through the muscles.

Swedish massage relaxes the muscles by using long gliding strokes and rubbing the muscles along the direction of blood returning to the heart. This releases muscle tension, improves blood circulation to all parts of the body, and as a result relaxes the entire body. Then again, Swedish massage therapy is not just about relaxation, it goes beyond. The massage therapy is known to be exceptionally beneficial in increasing blood oxygen levels, increasing the body’s capacity to readily remove muscle toxins, and improving flexibility.

De-Stressing/Aroma Massage

Aroma Therapy and other de-stressing massage therapies rely on activating our brain’s limbic system through the use of various fragrant oils. The limbic system influences human emotions, the nervous system, and the release of many hormones. Aromatherapy exploits the fact that our nostrils are directly connected to the limbic system and uses special oils that have been extracted from various fruits, flowers, and herbs to naturally stimulate it.

Accordingly, the results of the massage are enhanced by the aromatherapy while at the same time enlivens your body and reduces nervousness and stress by improving circulation, releasing hormones that when combined with the massage technique reduces tension and inflammations. Normally, each session of the de-stressing massage begins by letting you select several oil blends for use during the session.

Deep Anti-Stress Massage

Deep Anti-Stress Massage is a form of oil based massaging therapy whose techniques and target muscle groups are largely focused on releasing built up tension in muscle due to stress. As a result, deep anti-stress massage techniques are highly focused on working muscles on head, neck, shoulders, and back muscles. A session of deep anti stress massage is the perfect choice for people actively involved in sports and those who experience desk related tensions and other emotional stresses.

The Deep anti-stress massage is known to help relieve headaches, some digestive disorders, reducing back pain, lowering anxiety, stress induced insomnia, relaxing the body and reducing tiredness, recovering from old injuries, depression, and more!

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Our lymphatic system is responsible for effectively draining waste products from our muscles and tissues and back towards the heart. A manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) massage is a form of gentle massaging therapy that improves contractions of the lymphatic vessels, and hence encourages natural drainage of toxins stored within tissues.

The MLD techniques rely on gentle pressure and rhythmic circular movements to ease the flow of the lymph. The lymph system functions by using the small rhythmic movement of the muscle cells in the walls of lymph vessels (known as peristalsis) and the movement of skeletal muscles to move the lymph through the ducts.

Pain and Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

This massage is normally confused with deep tissue massage that is used to release the chronic patterns of muscle and ligament tensions in the body through deep and slow finger pressure. Neuromuscular and Pain massage, commonly referred to as NMT, is focused on not only releasing the tension in muscles, soft tissues, and ligaments, but also in improving the nervous system. Hence, the term “neuromuscular,” which translates into “relating to or affecting both nerves and muscles.”

The NMT therapist uses techniques that simultaneously de-stresses the muscles, ligaments, and tissues, relieves and increases motor control, and hence boost the functioning of the central nervous system. The fundamental principle behind the techniques used in NMT is to “turn off” the nerve signals that are sending pain to the brain. By using muscles and massage technique in tandem with the nervous system, NMT therapists trick the body into not feeling the chronic pain for which deep massage is needed. As a result, the practitioner can easily work on deeper layers of muscles and tissues without causing the clients any further pain.

The manual NMT therapy is highly effective for people with extensive pain. The techniques shift according the condition of the individual under therapy. Sometimes direct, deep pressure is applied to relieve pain in muscles.

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