Wind Water Health - Massage & Myotherapy
Massage can be an oasis from our hectic modern lifestyles. It is also an effective solution to pain: including headaches, menstrual pain, lower back pain, and general soreness or cramping. Massage can remind us how amazing our bodies truly are - when we breathe more deeply, move more freely, think more clearly, and sleep more restfully.
How Does Massage Work?
Massage works primarily on the musculoskeletal system to reduce muscle tension and pain, increase flexibility and movement, improve circulation, and enhance physical performance and posture.
What Techniques Are Used?
Both remedial and relaxation massage are offered at Wind Water Health. In addition to regular massage techniques, we also incorporate:
- Joint mobilization
- Myofascial release
- Proprioceptive neuromuscular function (PNF) stretches
- Trigger point therapy
Versatility is one of the greatest advantages when it comes to massage therapy - we choose techniques and adjust them to suit you.
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