Deep Tissue Massage
In addition to the promoting relaxation and stress relief, Deep Tissue Massage provides additional benefits:
- Alleviates pain and improves range of motion
- Relieves headaches
- Exercises and stretches weak, tight, or atrophied muscles
- Help athletes prepare for and recover from strenuous workouts
- Improves skin condition
- Increases joint flexibility
- Lessens depression and anxiety
- Promotes tissue regeneration, reducing scar tissue and stretch marks
- Pumps oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs, improving circulation
- Reduces postsurgery adhesions and swelling
- Reduces spasms and cramping
- Deeply relaxes and relieves injured, tired, and overused muscles
- Release endorphins—amino acids that work as the body’s natural painkillers
- Relieves digestive disorders
- Boosts immunity
- Relieve fibromyalgia symptoms
- Reduces insomnia
- Relieves paresthesias and nerve pain
- Relieves TMJ symptoms
- Calms your body, mind, and spirit!
Deep tissue massage includes:
- Focused pressure on areas of discomfort
- Deep tissue massage reaches deep layers in the muscle and fascia
- Breaks up knots and uncomfortable adhesions
- Perfect for those needing relief from chronic pain, especially in the back, neck and shoulders.
- 60, 90 or 120 min sessions available.
Deep tissue massage is our most popular service at Zama.
The main benefit of this service is to alleviate pain in your body, usually the neck, upper back and shoulders, or the low back.
Sometimes this pain is associated with playing sports or frequent activity, or results from an injury, such as a fall or car accident. Pain can also be present in our bodies because of prolonged poor posture, or a lack of proper ergonomics at work.
What is Deep Tissue Massage?
Deep tissue massage uses some of the same massage strokes that you would experience in a relaxing Swedish massage, however, the pressure is generally firmer. It also involves focusing prolonged pressure on the inner layers of the muscle fibers and connective tissue, or fascia, and going against the grain of the muscle tissue to break up adhesions or “knots” that are causing your discomfort.
While working out those tight spots, your therapist is assisting your body by opening up the damaged tissue and flushing out toxins.
Deep tissue massage is therapeutic.
It is normal to feel some discomfort, but it is imperative that you communicate with your therapist when you feel you have reached your pain threshold.
After massage care.
We highly recommend that you hydrate well after any massage, especially deep ones. Your therapist will be breaking up scar tissue and flushing out toxins. Proper hydration will insure that you don’t leave with a headache or feel sore the next day.
You can deepen your experience even more at home after your massage with epsom salt baths, which will expedite healing and tame inflammation. We highly recommend stocking up on epsom salts to aid in your healing and recovery at home.
We highly recommend this type of massage for injuries!
Great for anyone with chronic or acute pain, and is used in treating soft tissue injury due to auto accidents. It also aids in recovery from sports related injuries.
Book yours today!