Deep Tissue Massage may help your:
- Chronic pain
- Limited mobility
- Scar tissue & adhesions (bands of painful & rigid tissue)
- Repetitive strain injury
- Muscle tension
- Osteoarthritis pain
Clients may experience some discomfort after Deep Tissue Massage. The most common side effects are muscle soreness for 1-2 days, feeling like you had a good workout, muscle fatigue, inflammation, heat, and redness. Discomfort can be minimized or prevented if the therapist & client work together using breathing & relaxation techniques; allowing muscles to release naturally without creating resistance. A small percentage of massage clients may complain of a headache or nausea after a deep tissue massage treatment. Deep tissue massage stirs up a lot of toxins in the body, which are released from the muscles through the blood stream. Drinking lots of water & indulging in a soak with dead sea salts after a massage will help release these toxins & ease muscle soreness. Stretches and home care advice is always provided after treatments.