Stress reduction, pain relief, recovery from injury, or just to relax the body and mind.
Technique that treats issues with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.
A novel approach using negative pressure to create space, decompress, and improve tissue movement.
We focus on accelerated healing through manual therapy by understanding how the body is connected and how it moves.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect?
During your first appointment you’ll be asked a series so I can better understand what is hurting you and determine the best way to help you feel better and move better. The rest of your massage session will be 100% hands on. If we are dealing with some kind of injury or a more complex issue, I may use various techniques such as ART, stretching, or taping to achieve better results. You’ll also be taught/given homework so you can do some self therapy to prevent future injuries, improve performance, and/or recover faster.
Will it hurt?
It may hurt, it may get uncomfortable, but the goal is to get you to feel better and move better. However, the body can quickly adapt to pressure, especially when the tissue begins to feel better and heal itself. Ultimately you determine how much pressure you want; you dictate how aggressive or how light to go.
What should I wear?
Wear what is comfortable; preferably loose clothing for ART, taping, or specific soft tissue work. For massage sessions, proper draping with a sheet is my highest priority. I want you to feel as comfortable as possible and only the area being massaged will be exposed. With that said, keep your underwear on if you like
Do you take insurance?
I do not accept insurance, but my rates are quite competitive. The time you book is all about you; hands on, individualized, and geared to get you results; well worth the money!
How quickly can I expect results?
Often times you can expect immediate results. You may feel the tension or knot I am working on just release. You may feel more relaxed or “open”.In some instances, such as mild to moderate strains and pains, it takes anywhere from 24 to 48 hours to feel progress. For more complicated and/or unique cases, several follow up sessions may be required.