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What is Trigger Point Massage Therapy?

To explain Trigger Point Massage Therapy, it’s almost better to start with defining what a Trigger Point actually is.  From there, what exactly Trigger Point Massage Therapy entails and the benefits should become a tad easier to understand. What is a Trigger Point? The technical Webster’s definition of a Trigger Point is:  “a localized usually […]

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What is a Stress Relief Massage?

Did you know that almost all varieties of massage can provide stress relief?  There isn’t necessarily one defined massage for stress relief, however, there are certain types of massages that people tend to find work better for stress relief than others. Here, you will find some of the best types of massages to relieve stress, […]

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What is a Relaxation Massage / Swedish Massage?

A Relaxation Massage is a gentle Swedish Massage designed to help de-stress and loosen up your body.  A Relaxation Massage uses smooth flowing strokes, mild kneading and gentle manipulation of the muscles at a level or pressure that is of the optimal comfort to you. Unlike Therapeutic Massages or Deep Tissue Massages that typically concentrate on specific […]

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What is a Custom Facial?

Just like your fingerprints, your skin is different from everybody else out there.   So, why treat your skin, especially your face, with a “One Size Fits All” approach? Custom Facials are designed specifically for you, your skin type, your needs and, most importantly, desired outcomes.  With a Custom Spa Facial, your skin therapist will […]

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What is Deep Tissue Massage?

Deep Tissue Massage is massage technique that typically uses slower, more-powerful strokes focusing on the deepest layers of the muscle tissues, tendons and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints) to treat chronic muscle tension. The therapist uses their thumbs, fingers, knuckles, forearms and even elbows to reach the deeper level of muscles […]

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