Healthy Touch Massage Therapy - Available Services

By: Healthy Touch Massage Therapy  09-12-2011
Keywords: Massage Therapy, Massage, stress

Our clients of massage therapy may receive a therapeutic massage weekly, bi-weekly or monthly for chronic health conditions such as pain, muscle spasms, stress, inflammation and tissue damage.  Great for anyone with soft tissue problems that produce any discomfort or pain. 


A hands on full body massage of light pressure.  Relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation, increases serotonin levels, improves muscle tone and promotes mind and body relaxation .


One popular type of massage therapy is scalp massage. Massaging the scalp can help stimulate the nerves and blood vessels beneath the skin while calming muscle tension around the head. Although many different cultures have used massage as a form of therapy for thousands of years, it's possible to trace the history of the head and scalp massage to India. The people of India have incorporated head massage into therapeutic practice for about 5,000 years as part of ayurveda, a holistic medicine. Many Indian women used it as part of a weekly ritual, massaging the scalps of family members to prevent stress and even illness.

Experience the many benefits of this fast growing technique. Peruvian Basalt Stones in conjunction with Swedish Massage will target and alleviate many of today's most common ailments such as poor circulation, digestive problems, muscle tension, stress and pain. Deep releiving heat from smooth oiled heated stones help to increase circulation, decrease muscle and joint pain, decrease tension headaches, promotes grounding due to the natural magnetic field inherent in the stones and reduces overall stress.  Hot Stone Massage Therapy is becoming widely known for its deeply relaxing benefits. It employs a technique that uses smooth, heated basalt stones, which are placed on specific acupressure points on the body to melt away knots, tension and stress. It can also be applied as a relaxation technique using hot essential oils. The hot stone experience relieves pain, promotes harmony, balance and peace. Hot stone massage highlights the relaxing and luxurious experience of massage in a  clinical settings. The benefits from a hot stone massage include: stress reduction, pain and tension relief, and increase to circulation.  


A gentle massage geared to relieving the muscle cramps, spasms and pain often encountered in the lower back, neck, hips and legs during pregnancy.  Safe semi reclined and side to side body positions with body pillows for extra comfort.



Reflexology’s increasing popularity worldwide is due to its extraordinary effectiveness in maintaining good health as well as relieving all forms of physical and mental discomfort. It’s far-reaching effects stem from the state of deep relaxation that creates space for the mind, body and soul to heal themselves.  Reflexology is effective in the treatment of: * Headaches/Migraines *Back and Neck Pain *Sciatica *Constipation *Digestive Problems * Stress Management *Sinusitis *Arthritis *Circulatory/Respiratory Problems 


 The word Reiki (pronounced Ray-Key) is a Japanese kanji for universal life-force energy.  Reiki is a Japanese holistic, light-touch, energy-based modality. Working as a support mechanism to the body, Reiki re-establishes a normal energy flow of ki (life force energy) throughout the system, which in turn can enhance and accelerate the body's innate healing ability. Through a series of hand positions either directly on or just above the body, the energy worker allows for the flow of energy through their body. The client's body then draws off the amount of energy that is required. The simplicity of a Reiki session may raise some skepticism; however, after experiencing it, many clients keep coming back for more of those relaxing feelings. Reiki is simple and produces measurable results. It is power, light and love. 

Keywords: Body Massage, Massage, Massage Therapy, Muscle Tension, Reiki, Stone Massage, stress

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