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303 S Main St
Sheridan Wy 82801
Lisa B. Day, CMT, Owner
Massage Therapy Professionals offer an integration of:
Myofascial Release is a gentle approach which reduces pain and increases range of motion by releasing restrictions in the bodywide fascial network. For more information: Myofascial Release
Swedish massage is general systematic massage of the soft tissues of the body. A state of deep relaxation results in muscles, ligaments, and tendons, and increases the body’s blood and lymphatic circulation.
Reflexology (zone therapy) focuses on points of the hands and feet that correspond to major joints and organs of the body.
Trigger Point therapy or myotherapy concentrates pressure to “trigger points” which are painful irritated areas in muscles. This breaks the cycle of spasm and pain. By releasing key trigger points, it is often possible to relax an entire area.
Deep muscle/connective tissue massage releases the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep pressure on contracted areas, both by following and going across the grain of the muscles, tendons, and fascia.
Sports massage is more vigorous than an average massage. It is used to ready the muscles for strenuous activity or to assist the body in recovering from the aftereffects of such an activity.
Reiki incorporates ancient concepts of body energy patterns using near or light touch to initiate reflexive and healing responses.
Hot Stone Massage utilizes warmed rocks to promote a deeply relaxing, healing and detoxifying experience. Warmth encourages the exchange of blood and lymph while providing soothing heat for deep tissue work.
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