- Sports Massage: Enhance individuals range of motion, flexibility and increases energy levels. Also, can help keep athletes in peak performance condition.
- Deep Tissue Massage: Increases heat and blood flow, thus allowing superficial muscle to relax exposing the deeper muscles. This lets the therapist work on any areas of discomfort and facilitate muscular ease and balance.
- Trigger Point Therapy: Massage used for identifying unhealthy muscle tissue in a specific area that is causing pain/discomfort in another location of the body.
- Scar Tissue Therapy: Massage using specific techniques applied to areas of scarring. This can increase movement at the joint, flexibility and can decrease pain/discomfort resulting from the injured area.
- Myofacial Massage: Massage incorporating techniques of slow, mindful movements that brings blood flow quickly to the surface allowing therapists to engage deeper muscles. This technique can help identify areas of muscular bindings, causing lose of range of motion, dysfunction and pain/discomfort.
- Clinical Stretch Modalities: Passive, Active Assisted, Contract-Relax and Reciprocal Inhibition are specific types of stretches that are used to balance the length of the muscles. These stretches can be used before, during, after a massage or on their own completely.