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Hot Stones Massage

With the use of smooth river stones, the massage ensures that you ultimately relax, relieve any muscle pains, and improve blood circulation.


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Hot stone massage is a therapeutic massage technique that involves the use of heated, smooth, flat stones as an integral part of the massage treatment. Our stones are made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat well. The therapist heats the stones to a specific temperature and are strategically placed on your body or used by the massage therapist to perform the massage.

Here's how a hot stone massage typically works:

  • Deep tissue massage is a type of therapeutic massage that focuses on targeting and manipulating the deeper layers of muscles and connective tissues in the body. It uses more intense and firm pressure compared to Swedish massage, which primarily focuses on superficial muscle layers. The goal of deep tissue massage is to address chronic muscle tension, knots, and areas of pain or discomfort.

How is Deep Tissue Massage done?

Here are some key characteristics of deep tissue massage:

  • Deep Pressure: Our massage therapists use firm and sustained pressure to reach the underlying muscle layers. This pressure is generally applied within the client's tolerance and comfort level.
  • Slow and Controlled Strokes: The therapist employs slow and deliberate movements to access and manipulate deep muscle tissue effectively. This technique helps to break up adhesions (bands of painful, rigid tissue) and improve blood circulation.
  • Focused on Problem Areas: Deep tissue massage is often used to address specific issues, such as chronic pain, muscle tension, and injuries. You may request this type of massage to target particular problem areas in your body.
  • Stretching and Range of Motion: We may incorporate stretching and range of motion exercises to further relax and release tension in the muscles and connective tissues.

It's essential to communicate with our massage therapist during a deep tissue massage to ensure that the pressure applied is within your comfort range and to provide feedback on any discomfort or pain.

While deep tissue massage can be therapeutic, it's not always a relaxing experience, and some soreness may be felt afterward, which should subside in a day or two.

Benefits of Deep Tissue Massage

  • Pain Relief: Deep tissue massage is frequently sought for pain relief, particularly for conditions like back pain, neck and shoulder tension, and sports-related injuries.

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