Do you feel stressed right now? Are your shoulders tense? Is there a kink in your neck? Or has your sleep been “off” lately?
One of the best things you can do to improve your overall health involves getting regular massages. Massage is increasingly offered alongside standard medical care as an effective way to help you relieve stress and muscle tension, calm anxiety, reduce pain and recover from sports injuries.
Left unchecked, chronic stress and tension can contribute to a host of chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, chronic pain and debilitating headaches. A calm mind and relaxed body promote your natural healing abilities. Massage is also used as a stand-alone treatment for people who want to proactively help their bodies unwind and recover from daily, cumulative stressors.
Our certified massage therapists are trained to listen to your needs and design a massage that addresses your specific patterns of tension and stress. As a result, you get personalized care and establish a rapport with your therapist that builds trust and gets you the results you are after. See the types of massage offered by our therapists below.
If you are ready to experience all the health benefits that a certified massage therapist has to offer, call us for an appointment today.
If you have not had a massage in the past, our therapists are happy to answer any of your questions, so you are fully comfortable with the process before you arrive for your first appointment.
- WHAT CONDITIONS CAN IT HELP
- Muscle Pain
- Joint Pain
- Back Pain
- Insomnia related to stress
- HOW MUCH DOES IT COST
30 minute: $40
60 minute: $70
90 minute: $95
3 session package (60 minute massages): $190 and receive a $20 store coupon
Lifestyle Health works with auto insurance and workers’ compensation claims for massage. If you have questions, please call our office.
- HOW LONG IS THE SERVICE
30, 60 or 90 minutes per visit
- TYPES OF MASSAGES AVAILABLE
Based on your goals, our practitioners can use multiple treatments together to meet your specific needs.
- Swedish massage Most popular for relaxation and stress release. The practitioner uses long flowing strokes, kneading and friction that increases circulation eases muscle pain and reduces emotional and physical stress
- Deep Tissue and Trigger Point Therapy Deep pressure is used to focus on the deeper layer of the muscle to decrease pain, reduce stress and increase range of motion. Trigger points are found in the muscles where knots have been formed and may refer pain to other areas of the body. The practitioner applies pressure to trigger point which can help release pain.
- Sports Massage Sports massage can be beneficial pre and post events. Geared to athletes to recover from workouts, injurie and prepare for athletic activities. A variety of techniques are used such as: shaking, stretching, friction or deeper work.
- Myofascial Release Myofascial Release can help manage chronic pain, headaches, neck pain, scar tissue and much more. The practitioner uses a hands-on technique using gentle pressure to release restrictions in the connective tissue.
- Prenatal & Postnatal Massage Prenatal provides expecting mothers relaxation and increased circulation. It can help in reducing pain, improving sleep and boosting mood. Postnatal can in aid in discomforts from birth, aids in healing, reduces stress and promotes relaxation.
- Aromatherapy Aromatherapy can be used to treat physical and emotional symptoms. Aromatherapy enhances massage therapy and can help with pain reduction, anxiety, and depression. It can also be stimulating and uplifting. Aromatherapy can be inhaled or used through topical absorption.
- Chair Massage Great for corporate events or parties, chair massages are great for relieving stress in the work place and increasing productivity. While the client is seated, the therapist focuses on the clients back, neck, back and shoulders. Chair massages last 10-15 minutes.
- Cupping Therapy With cupping therapy, the practitioner uses cups on skin to create suction. Cupping Therapy can be combined with Deep Tissue Therapy and can help with pain, inflammation and increase blood flow.
- Esalen Massage The practitioner connects with the client to look at the whole body rather than separate parts to be manipulated. A variety of techniques are used bringing awareness to the client on the ways that they are holding tension in their bodies.
- Reiki Life force energy flows through each person. If that energy is restricted or blocked, we tend to get sick, feel stressed, or even develop physical or mental dis-ease. Reiki promotes relaxation, stress reduction, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual healing. Reiki is powerful in finding root emotional causes to physical ailments and can be a great alternative for treatment of depression and anxiety. Increasing one’s life force energy helps us to be happy and healthy.
- Structural Assessment and Treatment Plans The therapist tests the client’s strength and Range of Motion. The therapist will then apply static pressure, static pressure with passive motion, static pressure with active motion as well as active resistance. Based on the findings, a treatment plan will be developed.
- Hot Stone Massage The therapist uses flat heated rocks made of basalt and places them on the body. The heated rocks can also be used to massage tight muscles. Hot Stone Massage can be beneficial for: pain relief, relaxation, improve circulation and decrease stress
- DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MEDICAL AND SPA MASSAGE
For anyone who hasn’t experienced a professional massage before — or even for those who have — there can be some misconceptions about what your massage is really doing for your health. A professional massage is more than just “treating yourself” or “taking time to relax,” especially when you consider the potential health benefits. How can medical massage benefit you?
Medical massage focuses on muscle health and recovery. Other benefits include managing pain, improving circulation, relieving nerve compression, improving digestion, increasing flexibility and treating many other health care-related concerns.
Medical massage uses a professionally certified massage therapist. Therapists take time to find out why you are seeking a massage and use their knowledge of the musculoskeletal system, as well as other systems, to find the right therapy for you.
Medical massage is goal oriented. Massage therapists will make sure that you reach your health goals while still providing you with everything you love about a spa massage.
Following the appointment, therapists will give you a targeted plan of what massage style is right for you and a suggestion of a series of timed visits that would be beneficial to reaching your health goals.
With medical massage, you won’t find upcharges and tips are not accepted. Medical massage offers a professional service to patients at a flat rate.
Whether you are coming in to treat chronic back pain, recover from an accident or sporting event, or just because you want to relax, medical massage does it all!
Call 320-534-3096 for an appointment or