At Transcend Healing Arts, we specialize in several therapeutic modalities, which we will tailor according to your unique needs.
Here are some of the benefits you may encounter as a result of your time with us:
- Stress Relief
- Improved Posture
- Improved Circulation
- Lower Blood Pressure
- Muscle Relaxation
- Improved Flexibility
- Improved Range of Motion
- Deeper and Easier Breathing
- Headache or Migraine Relief
- Enhanced Post-Operative Rehabilitation
- Improved Rehabilitation after Injury
Our Massage Therapy Services:
Swedish massage is the most common type of massage. It involves many different types of strokes that include soft, long and kneading strokes, as well as light percussion style strokes with rhythmic sequences. Swedish Massage helps relieve muscle tension and is also both relaxing and energizing. This gentle style is perfect for a client’s first experience with massage.
Deep tissue massage is used best to address painful “trouble spots” in your muscles. The strokes are slow and deliberate, and the focus of the pressure is on the muscles, tendons, and other tissue that’s deep under the skin. Deep tissue is a therapeutic type of massage that can help relieve chronic pain patterns and tension, as well as helping with muscle injuries.
Sports massage improves function of muscle systems used before, during, and after sporting events. It can be used to increase flexibility, range of motion, and helps prevent injury during athletic performance.
IMT is a wholistic therapy that focuses on finding the root “primary” dysfunction of the body that can cause a variety of secondary symptoms. When the body is able to heal the primary dysfunction the secondary symptoms will either self correct or require very little support to heal. IMT uses gentle manual and energetic techniques to heal the body and regain balance between all the body systems.
Cupping uses the application of a vacuum created by either suction or heat to pull the skin upwards into the cup. This process allows the tissue to decompress, allowing for improved circulation of blood and drainage of lymph and wastes from the area.
Water has been used as a healing remedy for centuries. Hydrotherapy uses water to treat chronic pain in a soothing and natural way.