Technique specifically designed to relax muscles by applying pressure to them and massaging in the direction of the flow of blood returning to the heart. Techniques include effleurage (long strokes), kneading, friction, tapping, percussion, and vibration.
Based on Indian physical therapy practice, stretching, pressure, and stroking motions improve circulation and relax muscles.
Involves slower movements and the application of greater pressure to reach deep layers of muscle tissue. As the muscles relax and toxins are removed, blood and oxygen flow freely.
Hot Stone Therapy
Utilizes carefully placed heated stones to rejuvenate, and soothe the body and mind. The stones release heat that calms muscles to induce deep relaxation.
Intends to restore the body's natural equilibrium and encourage the body to heal. Treating the person by applying finger pressure and other relaxation techniques on the feet, hands, and ears. Reflex points are related to the internal organs and glands, which are mapped in the same order on the body as it is on the feet, and hand.