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Our Services

Our dedicated team will help identify the specific treatment modality to suit your physical history and personal preference, using evidence-based techniques that promote a deep healing experience.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage is an effective form of therapy that focuses on the underlying muscle and connective tissue, providing relief from chronic pain. This advanced technique utilizes slow, deep strokes, direct compression, trigger point therapy, and friction on a specific problematic area to relieve tension in the muscles. Cross-fiber movements, applied with pressure at deeper layers of the muscle, are used to release tension. The pressure applied in Deep Tissue Massage is greater than that used in Swedish Massage, making it a popular choice for those seeking relief from chronic pain, such as those suffering from muscle injuries, headaches, or joint pain.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is a gentle form of massage that uses long strokes, kneading, friction, tapping, and vibration to help relax and energize the muscles. It's a classic massage that is one of the most popular forms of massage therapy. The therapist typically uses massage oil or lotion to help the muscles glide smoothly over the skin. Swedish massage promotes relaxation, improves circulation, and helps relieve muscle tension. It is often used as a full-body massage and is suitable for people who are new to massage or who want a relaxing experience.


Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is a manual therapy technique used by therapists to treat soft tissue injuries and dysfunctions. The therapist uses specialized instruments to apply specific pressures to the affected areas, which helps to break up adhesions and scar tissue, improve range of motion, and reduce pain. This technique can be used in conjunction with other manual therapy techniques, as well as exercises and other treatments, to achieve optimal results.

 Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release (MFR) is a manual therapy technique that uses slow, gentle stretching to improve physical function. The focus of MFR is typically on the fascia, the connective tissue that surrounds muscles, but it may also impact the skin, muscles, other tissues, and the nervous system. MFR aims to relieve tightness and pain, leading to increased mobility and improved physical abilities.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a specialized form of massage designed to aid athletes in their performance and recovery. The massage is performed before, during, and after athletic events to prepare the athlete for peak performance, reduce fatigue, relieve swelling, decrease muscle tension, improve flexibility, and prevent injuries. The massage techniques used can vary, but typically include deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and stretching. By regularly receiving Sports Massage, athletes can maintain their body in better condition, allowing for improved performance and reduced risk of injury.

Neuromuscular Stimulation

Neuromuscular stimulation is a type of soft tissue manipulation technique that uses pressure, vibration, or electrical impulses to stimulate specific points on the body. The goal of this therapy is to relieve pain, reduce muscle tension, and improve range of motion by altering the activity of the nerves and muscles. This type of therapy is often used in combination with manual massage techniques to enhance the therapeutic effects.

Trigger Point Release

Trigger point release is a type of massage therapy that involves applying pressure to tight knots of muscle fibers (trigger points) to relieve pain and improve mobility. This technique works by releasing the tension in the affected muscle, reducing pain and restoring normal function. The pressure applied can be deep and sustained, and is usually performed with the therapist's fingers, knuckles, or elbow to release the tight muscle fibers. Trigger point release is often used to treat a variety of conditions, including headaches, neck and back pain, and repetitive stress injuries.

Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy Massage is a specialized form of massage therapy tailored to meet the unique needs of expectant mothers. This massage is also referred to as pre-natal massage and is performed with the use of a specially designed pregnancy pillow to ensure the mother's comfort and safety. This massage can alleviate common pregnancy discomforts such as back pain and provide emotional support to the expectant mother through human touch. Pregnancy Massage has been shown to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression and is a popular complementary therapy for expectant mothers looking for alternative pain relief options.



Physiotherapy is a highly effective and non-invasive solution that focuses on restoring physical function and reducing pain through physical means. It is commonly used to help individuals recover from injuries or manage chronic conditions. A physiotherapy session typically involves a physical assessment, the creation of a personalized treatment plan, and the use of techniques such as exercise, manual therapy, and assistive devices to improve physical function and reduce pain. The goal of physiotherapy is to help individuals return to their daily activities and improve their overall physical well-being.

Intramuscular Stimulation

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) therapy uses fine needles inserted into muscles to release tension and alleviate chronic pain. By targeting muscle tightness, IMS aims to restore normal function and reduce pain in areas such as the back, neck, and shoulders. IMS therapy includes a physical assessment and the use of electrical stimulation to enhance treatment effectiveness. The goal of IMS therapy is to promote healing, improve function, and reduce pain.

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