Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massages are used to break down muscle adhesions and scar tissue (the “knots” that we feel in our muscles are muscle adhesions, which are bands of rigid and painful muscle tissue). These knots can clog our arteries and cause pain and inflammation.
Thai massage combines compression, acupressure, and passive stretching. These improve the range of motion in your joints and muscles. This can also help to improve your posture. Helps with back pain
Relaxation massage is a flowing, smooth style that promotes general relaxation, relieves muscular tension, and improves circulation and range of motion. Your therapist’s goal will be to relax, revive, and rejuvenate you at a massage depth that is not painful.
Royal Thai Massage
Royal Thai Massage is a more sophisticated therapeutic massage treatment than Traditional Thai Massage. It combines Thai and oil massage. It is based on Thai Massage and incorporates an oil massage technique on the upper back and shoulder area.
Foot Reflexology, also known as zone therapy, is a complementary medicine practice that involves applying pressure to specific points on the feet, ears, and hands. This is accomplished without the use of oil or lotion by using thumb, finger, and hand massage techniques.
Stone massage is a type of alternative medicine massage therapy and bodywork that involves the application of a number of heated or cooled stones to the body for pain relief, relaxation, and therapy.
Dry Cupping Therapy Massage
Cupping therapy is a type of alternative medicine in which heated cups are used to create a local suction on the skin. It is mostly practiced in Asia, but it is also found in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America. Cupping has been labeled a pseudoscience, and its use as quackery.
Acupressure is a complementary medicine technique that is frequently used in combination with acupressure or reflexology. It is founded on the concept of life energy flowing through the body’s “meridians.”