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On-Site Swedish Massage

This classic massage promotes relaxation with gentle, long strokes. The therapist focuses on areas that require the most attention, improving circulation and relieving stress.

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On-Site Assisted Stretching

My stretching sessions take place on a massage table, I stabilize the limbs or part of the body not being worked on while manually stretching the target muscle. This facilitates relaxation and enhances the effectiveness of the technique. Additionally I provide instructions for further self stretching at home.

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On-Site Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage therapy is similar to Swedish massage but with a deep tissue massage, your therapist applies slow, firm pressure to release muscle tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints).

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On-Site Corrective Bodywork

This is precise soft-tissue therapy with the purpose of releasing hyper-contraction and spasms in the soft tissue, eliminating trigger points that cause pain and restoring postural alignment and flexibility. These techniques focus on soft tissue alignment to alleviate body pain caused by postural imbalance, injuries, or congested areas. Bad posture, weak or restricted muscles or distortions and disorganization in the soft tissue can result in many types of pain and symptoms. Many also use this to increase athletic performance or general maintenance for injury prevention.

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On-Site Resistance Stretching

Treatment restores balance to opposing muscle groups throughout the body, by first lengthening short, tight muscle groups and then toning the opposing weak inhibited tissues. Resistance Stretchings unique approach builds flexibility and strength at the same time and helps remove lactic acid. An assisted session that incorporates resistance stretching and massage can really aid recovery, Athletes use it before a run to loosen up, or after to reduce stiffness and tension.

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Chris

Chris is the principal therapist at Massage & Prehab. He is an Orthotherapist with an extensive background in Fitness, Massage, Kinesiology, Resistance Stretching, and is a former USN Special Operations fitness coordinator with many military rehabilitation and fitness tips and tricks to offer his clients. This unique aspect of his background gives him a well-rounded ability to perform structural integration, help you regain optimum fitness and flexibility or even do a relaxing Swedish massage and other styles also.