MASSAGES

 HOT STONE MASSAGE 

Hot Stone therapy promotes deep muscle relaxation through the placement of smooth, water-heated stones at key points on the body.

LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE

Lymphatic drainage is a light massage to the lymph nodes that helps to pump the lymph fluid through your lymphatic system.

LIPOREDUCTIVE & ANTICELLULITE

Hot Stone therapy promotes deep muscle relaxation through the placement of smooth, water-heated stones at key points on the body.

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WOOD THERAPY

Is a technique that employs purposely shaped wood pieces to sculpt the body in desired areas, allowing the therapist to move and drain accumulated adipose tissue. This technique is a superior alternative to regular massage for individuals with disproportionate, localized pockets of stubborn fat and cellulite.

 

HOW IT WORKS

 

Wood therapy instruments intensify the breakdown of fat and fibrous cellulite, so that it can be eliminated naturally with other toxins thru the lymphatic system.

MAYOR BENEFITS

  • Lymphatic drainage and elimination of adipose tissue.

  • Gradual relocation of adipose tissue to other areas to shape and sculpt the body.

  • Breakdown cellulite nodes.

  • Tones and tightens skin.

  • Reduces “Muffin Top” .

  • Eliminates “Saddlebags” on the Thighs.

  • Chiseling the waist area.

  • Defines arms and legs.

  • Firms thighs and buttocks.

SWEDISH MASSAGE THERAPY

Is the modality that comes to mind when most people think about massage. As the best-known type of bodywork performed today, one of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is accomplished by rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart. But Swedish massage therapy goes beyond relaxation. Swedish massage is exceptionally beneficial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood, decreasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility while easing tension.

A study conducted by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and published in The New York Times, found that volunteers who received a 45-minute Swedish massage experienced significant decreases in levels of the stress hormone cortisol, as well as arginine vasopressin-a hormone that can lead to increases in cortisol. Volunteers also had increases in the number of lymphocytes, white blood cells that are part of the immune system, and a boost in the immune cells that may help fight colds and the flu.

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