We offer therapeutic massage therapies that target specific problems and referred pain patterns. Our deep tissue, sciatica, and sports massages supply both short term and long-term pain relief in the shoulders, neck, hip and lower back areas.
Marin County is currently open for outdoor Massage Therapy! We are happy to now offer In Home Outdoor Sessions starting at $150/hr. Please call for further details!
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Swedish massage is used for the treatment of stress or pain. We apply relaxing pressure to address superficial soft tissues and stimulate blood and lymph circulation.
Deep tissue massage provides relief from chronic muscle tension. We employ a mix of myofascial manipulations, trigger point therapy, passive stretching & other various modalities. These techniques break up scar tissue, fascial adhesions & blockages within the connective tissues for musculature relief allowing for better posture.
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Sports Massage is an active session structured to incorporate stretching and constructive pressure to optimize muscle performance building up to or following a sports event.
Hot stone treatments allow for the body & muscle tissue to relax & melt under the soothing heat of polished basalt stones. The elevated temperature of the stones allows for greater blood circulation. It penetrates deeper into the muscle layers without the necessary pressure of deep tissue.
Prenatal massage increases circulation, which helps to transport oxygen and nutrients to the cells. This provides your baby with increased nourishment and oxygen supply. Increasing circulation also helps reduce the chances of varicose veins forming
Craniosacral therapy is used to relieve pain and tension through gentle manipulations of the skull. The therapy is intended to harmonize with the natural rhythm of the central nervous system.
Lymphatic massage is a gentle pressure technique used to help move waste fluids from the body. Surgery or other damage can cause fluids to build up in your lymph system and lymph nodes. This can result in a condition known as lymphedema. Lymphatic drainage can help ease the symptoms.