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If you’re looking for a relaxing massage, treatment for an illness or injury, or a dedicated wellness plan —
I’ve got your back. Prior to your massage appointment, I ask that you review my COVID-19 safety protocols and recommendations.
Many of my first-time clients are unsure of what they need to mention when they are booking over the phone.
You probably know what kind of end result you want, but that doesn’t mean you know what kind of massage treatment will get you there.
Deep tissue helps with sore muscles and a relaxation massage helps release tension in the body.
I use both methods a light touch where needed and a deep massage where the body needs it.
There are several types of massage that focus on different parts of the body or healing approaches, but the two most common types are Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage.
Before you lay down on the massage table for the first time, it’s important to know what makes these two techniques different. But you might find that your massage therapist will combine these two techniques during your treatment, which is totally normal. So, what makes Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage different? Let’s break it down!
The Swedish massage is the best-known form of massage therapy in Canada. Swedish Massage is actually the foundation for sports massage, deep tissue massage, and even hot stone massage. Swedish massage is typically recommended for beginners, or for those looking for a relaxing and restful treatment.
This treatment is meant to relax your entire body, stimulate circulation, flush your circulatory system, release tight muscles, restore your range of motion, and relieve pain. Some lesser-known benefits include stress reduction, increased flexibility, lymph drainage, increased energy levels, and improved sleep quality.
The type of massage you’re looking for is something you discuss with your therapist during your appointment. Rest assured, being a registered massage therapist of 12 years I am skilled at both techniques.
You’ve probably heard of clients who request a deep tissue massage and feel dissatisfied if they’re not in pain the next day — can you imagine? Their logic means well, but it’s actually a bit flawed. Feeling a bit sore after a deep tissue massage is common, but it’s not a sign of an effective deep tissue massage. Whether your muscles feel sore the next day depends on the state your muscles were in when you walked in the door.
At the end of the day, my main goal is to ensure you leave feeling (much) better than when you walked in! Once you’ve explained why you’ve come to see me and how you’re feeling, my healing hands will take it from there.
Come relax on my heated Massage table by a warm fireplace, as you close your eyes breathing in deeply the essential oils in the room letting yourself relax as you enjoy the soothing music.
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