Aleasha's Balanced Health Solutions
Types of Massages
Aromatherapy: massage utilizing essential oil extracts of herbs, flowers, shrubs and other plants. Essential oils are customized to suit your specific needs. Swedish massage incorporating these oils awakens the senses and leaves you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Deep Tissue: extremely therapeutic, utilizing firm pressure techniques including compression, cross fiber friction, and cross fiber gliding. Helps to maintain optimal muscle performance.
Hot Stone: polished river stones are heated and then oiled to glide across the body and provide muscle melting bliss. Also, deep tissue techniques can be preformed with the stones with ease for the client as the stones relax the deeper muscles without strain.
Lymphatic: gentle technique used to stimulate the lymphatic system and encourage the body's natural process of removing toxins. Boosts the immune system, promotes healing, and releases excess fluids from the body.
Orthopedic: structurally balances your body and release adhesions in the joints that are causing you pain and immobility. Experience immediate pain relief, double your range of motion, and achieve optimal performance. Also, learn what stretches would be right for you to continue the process of getting balance in your body at home!
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Pregnancy: Swedish massage focuses on the expectant mother coping with her changing body. Massage helps to increase circulation while relieving edema in the legs, and pain in the hips and low back. Postpartum massage is helpful for both mother and child to ease stress, and aid in the recovery process.
Sports: a combination of Swedish, Deep Tissue and Orthopedic work aimed at the specific needs of the athlete and the effects of the athletic performance on the body. This prevents injuries, loss of mobility, boosts performance, speeds recovery and extends overall life of sporting career.
Relaxation (Swedish): the classic, basic massage, from which most other massage therapies have their start. Using long kneading strokes, this full body massage leaves you feeling relaxed and tranquil, improving circulation and stress levels.