Bodywork supports Lifestyle Therapy by helping to soothe and heal tissues, increasing mobility and performance, and releiving stress and tension.
Comfortable clothing is worn for receiving many of the bodywork modalities, which makes it easier to get in a session during a busy day.
Bowenwork or “Bowen” is a gentle but powerful therapy performed to reset the body and stimulate self-healing using specific points and techniques of pressure to increase brain-body communication.
Bowenwork addresses a vast array of issues in the body by resetting muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves. For a more comprehensive list of specific issues that Bowenwork can help please check out our Bowework Therapists page.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is a light-touch, energy-based therapy performed to bring balance to the body’s energy system.
Reiki may involve light touch or no touch at all while a practitioner finds energy blockages to release and balance the energy system.
Acupressure can involve medium to deep, or prolonged light pressure at specific points that signal release and healing to the brain for the specific area.
Massage Therapy Modalities
Sports Massage is a targeted biomechanical approach that focuses on optimal function, injury prevention, recovery, and addresses repetitive strain syndrome whether athletic or occupational.
Realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue with heavier, slow pressure, using specific angles and techniques to gently reach the deeper layers and release restrictions.
Scar Tissue Release
Increase mobility and aesthetic appearance through a special technique skillfully used to soften and release scar tissue.
Promotes the breakdown of blockages, drainage of the lymph nodes, and regulates flow of the waste fluids handled by the lymphatic system.
A style of massage that manipulates the facia, the thin fibrous tissue surrounding all muscles, to increase blood flow, release tension, extend contracted muscles and correct mobility issues.