Massage Modalities

Myofascial Release Therapy MFR

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A safe and effective approach to addressing and releasing  connective tissue restrictions, reducing pain and increasing Range Of Motion.

Medical Massage Therapy

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A combination of Trigger Point Work, Origin & Insertion therapy, applied kinesiology, MFR, NMRS, cupping, reflexology, shiatsu, polarity,  Ho'oponopono, Tamara energy and CRAC to achieve symptomatic alleviation goals.  

Lomi Lomi

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A traditional Hawaiian massage rooted in Huna, a Hawaiian philosophy centers on achieving harmony in mind, body and spirit.

Prenatal Massage

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Massage therapy during pregnancy is a great way to assist the physical body in the many soft tissue changes it experiences.  It can reduce many common discomforts such as low back pain, sciatica etc. 

LaStone Technique

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A wonderful trademarked stone massage that uses bot hot and chilled stones to massage the body.  Called Contrast therapy, alternating hot and cold stimulates the circulatory and lymphatic systems, creating a vascular flush.

Reflexology

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A form of bodywork, also known as Zone Therapy, involving pressure point work on the feet, hands, face and ears.  Reflexology affects organs and systems of the body by stimulating nerves that correspond to specific areas in the body.  

Energy Work

Tamara Energy

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A new, gentle energy which facilitates the changing frequencies of the planet.  A fresh stream of universal energy that has been tapped into.  Similar to Reiki (But NOT Reiki) this universal life force is a non-physical energy.  It stimulates the individuals will to cure illness and heal wounds.  It activates our will for spontaneous healing.  Tamara Energy supplements each individuals own power to heal themselves.  

Polarity

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An alternative approach in assisting the human body energy system.  We communicate  current and sensation  very similar to the way a battery or magnet communicates.  Influenced by the concepts of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine, this non-invasive therapy balances the long-line currents that run north to south in our bodies, the transverse currents that run east to west in our bodies and the spill currents that travel outward from the navel.

Aromatherapy

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A massage using plant materials and aromatic oils to improve physical and psychological well-being.  

Craniosacral Therapy

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An Upledger technique, using gentle, nurturing contact along head, neck, spine and feet to feel the movement and rhythm generated by the pulse of the cerebrospinal fluid.  Although the technique is subtle the effects can be very intense.