Types of Massages Available
@ DIVINE HEALING
Therapeutic Massage – can stimulate weak and inactive muscles resulting in a fast, more complete recovery from an illness or an injury in which activity causes deterioration.
Myofascial Release – is a form of therapeutic stretching meant to release scar tissue build up that can cause pain and restrict movement.
Orthopedic Massage – Is beneficial for people suffering from medical conditions such as scoliosis, stroke, and other complications of aging.
Neuro Muscular (Deep Tissue) – Uses fluid movements with various soft tissue manipulation techniques to relieve deep muscle pain and reduce muscle tension.
Aromatherapy – use of essential oils during a session that increases the efficacy of a massage treatment.
Sports Massage – Focusing on muscles, ligaments, and tendons over-worked by exercise, this is a great way to avoid and injury.
Hot Stone – Relaxation or deep tissue massage with heated stones to help reduce deep muscle pain and relieve tension.
Structural Integration – An advanced method of bodywork that systematically releases patterns of stress and impaired functioning in the body’s myofascial system. It can provide relief of many degenerative conditions throughout the body.
Raindrop Technique – When properly applied to the neck, back, and feet essential oils can bring about electrical alignment and help relieve a variety of discomforts caused by imbalances in the body. The essential oils are dropped onto the spinal area in a manner similar to drops of rain. These drops of pure essential oil are gently brushed up the spine in light, sweeping strokes.
Couples Massage – Share a tranquil moment with someone that you care about. Invite your mother, father, sister, brother, daughter, son, or anyone.
Seated Chair Massage – A refreshing upper body massage in a seated position.
AOBT (Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy) – compression movements along the paraspinals and lumbar region can relieve muscle spasm and open the intervertebral foramen. It will give the nerves more space if the pain is being caused by the pressure on the nerve. It also increases circulation bringing more freshly oxgenated blood to the area being treated.
We can discuss which massage technique is best for you.