Deep Tissue + Trigger Point
Getting to the Core of your Tension
Deep tissue massage is used for more significant problems, such as chronically tight muscles, strains, and injury. This modality of massage is not just a deeper version of a Swedish massage; instead, it utilizes its own special techniques and strokes to generate the client’s goals from the session. The therapist targets the deeper levels of the muscles and the connective tissue to promote healing.
Low back pain
Recovery from injuries
Repetitive strain injury, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrom
Muscle tension in the Hamstrings, IT bands, Glutes, Legs, Quads, Rhomboids and upper back
Upper back and Neck pain
Deep tissue massage techniques are used to break up scar tissue and physically break down muscle “knots” or adhesions (bands of painful, rigid tissue) that can disrupt circulation and cause pain, limited range of motion, and inflammation.
While some of the strokes may feel the same as those used in Swedish massage therapy, deep tissue massage isn’t a stronger version of a Swedish massage.
“After a grueling leg workout nothing feels better than a slow, deep massage on you quads.”