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In Treatment Massage
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Limited range of motion
- TMJ disorder
- Plantar fasciitis
- Sprains and strains
- High blood pressure
- Thoracic outlet syndrome
- Dequervain's syndrome
- Trigger points
- Tender points
- Rotator cuff injury
- Sciatic pain
- Poor circulation
- General muscle soreness
- Golfer's elbow
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Different needs require different massage techniques. A thorough assessment is always conducted at the first massage appointment to determine which combination will be appropriate. Here, you'll find some common techniques.
Different needs require different massage techniques. A thorough assessment is always conducted at the first massage appointment to determine which combination will be appropriate. Some of the common techniques used include:
Bolster Your Immunity With Our Infrared Sauna
A: Infrared rays, especially far infrared, can penetrate deeper into the tissue, warming the muscle fibers before the outside air. When muscles are heated passively, they can relax, and focus their energy on healing and repairing as opposed to staying warm. Infrared saunas are really effective for muscle recovery for athletes and injuries. Traditional saunas raise the air temperature to a very high temperature to warm your body, usually 180-220 degrees. Your skin feels hotter before your muscle tissue receives the benefit, requiring a more extreme envrionment. Because of the high temperature, some people don't handle the traditional sauna well but are able to tolerate infrared temperature of around 135. Unlike traditional saunas, infrared saunas don’t heat the air around you. Instead, far-infrared panels warm your body directly. This is important for deep tissue penetration and relieving muscle tension and pain. Traditional sauna users, don't worry-- you'll still sweat plenty in the lower temperature with the infrared rays doing their thing! Some people report a feeling of sweating from a deeper level, inside the pores, for a feeling of cleaning out the skin.
with the Restorative Powers of Float Therapy
Find Your Inner Peace
A: Where to begin? First, here at Seattle Massage Pro, we believe that floating is one of the best ways to reduce the strain that gravity has on our bodies. When you no longer have to “hold” yourself up and into a particular position, your muscles, ligaments, joints, can all let go— and what a truly wonderful feeling this is.
Float Therapy has been known to:
- Reduce chronic pain
- Improve sleep quality
- Serve as a meditation tool to clear the mind
- Speed fitness and athletic recovery
- Decrease brain stimulus through sensory deprivation
We do not currently allow children under 12 to float. Although I'm sure children would find the experience fun and beneficial, those that have tried it have had skin irritation due to the salt water, since their skin is much more sensitive than adults. It would also be too much of a risk having them in a dark room alone in a body of water unsupervised. For these reasons, small children can wait until they are able to fully enjoy the floating experience alone without needing adult supervision or worrying about skin itching or burning.