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I am also honored to have studied under the world-renowned pioneering reflexotherapist, Lone Sorensen, who is changing the face of reflexology. The effectiveness of her Sorensensistem� Facial Reflex Therapy surpasses all previous evolutions of reflexology that I have been able to previously provide. This is an exciting evolution for me and my clients because of the vastly superior results and seemingly miraculous improvements that people can experience. Having nearly direct connections to your brain make this Facial Reflex Therapy system truly one of the most effective natural modalities for your health maintenance and restoration.
The Swedish massage can also be used as therapy for people who suffer from any type of debilitating joint disorder that causes them pain. This benefit of the Swedish massage works to increase the elasticity in the tissues, flexibility, and to reduce the paint that they feel. After the Swedish massage many of these people will find that they are able to use their joints more than before and with little to no pain.
Find the right massage therapist. Look for a therapist who specifically identifies the massage type you’re interested in as part of their practice and background. If necessary, look for someone trained to treat a particular condition, such as sports injuries, fibromyalgia, arthritis, or pregnancy. Also check if the therapist is licensed or certified according to state requirements.
AD 1776: Jean Joseph Marie Amiot, and Pierre-Martial Cibot, French missionaries in China translate summaries of Huangdi Neijing, including a list of medical plants, exercises and elaborate massage techniques, into the French language, thereby introducing Europe to the highly developed Chinese system of medicine, medical-gymnastics, and medical-massage.[8]
We recently received an email from a representative of Modern Reflexology asking if they could advertise their website on ours and offering to pay. Of course, we don’t accept advertising. But I was puzzled as to why they approached us and what they thought was science-based about reflexology. I was intrigued enough to visit their website to learn what “modern” reflexology was all about. I learned about a lot of specific claims I hadn’t heard before, but I found no science whatsoever. By writing this article, I am in a sense giving them the advertising that they asked for; but it will be negative publicity, not positive. Old adage: Don’t wish too hard for what you want; you might get it.

Reflexology is a practice in which different amounts of pressure are applied to specific points on the feet or hands. These points are believed to match up with certain other parts of the body. Reflexology is claimed to cause relaxation and healing in those parts of the body, but this has not been proven. In a study funded by the National Cancer Institute, women with advanced breast cancer who received reflexology treatments showed improvement in a few symptoms, such as shortness of breath, but not others, such as nausea or pain. In this study, reflexology was safe even for the most fragile patients.
Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that’s mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue.

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People do have clear pressure preferences: they often fire massage therapists who give treatments that are too painful or too fluffy. Pressure that’s fine for you may cause severe pain, emotional distress, “sensory injury” (sensitization) in others, or even physical injury, so pressure should be customized but often isn’t. Brutal massages might be appreciated or even helpful, but most people can’t tell the difference between the kind of pain that might be a necessary part of therapy, and ugly pain that is just abusive and dangerous.
But the relief model is certainly tempting. There are many painful-but-relieving analogies in medicine and biology.15 That’s similar to what good pain in massage feels like, but it’s not the same: no one thinks that lancing a boil or popping a shoulder joint back in is anything but painful while it’s happening.16 And we can’t necessarily take the good pain sensation at face value and assume it means there’s actually going to be a positive outcome. Brains are not all-knowing. Sometimes they see danger where there is none, and sometimes they see help where there is none.

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I have a condition which affect the hypermobility of my joints. As a result I have muscle recruitment or firing issues that are required to stabilize a joint. To do this you need neuromuscular communication, tissue quality, and tissue length. Suzie and her staff all have their unique areas of expertise and handle tissue quality and length very well through massage. For me, the neuromuscular facilitation was what will always be the missing link. Enter Kinesio Tape and Suzie, the "taping Ninja". My movement quality has improved more dramatically and pain controlled more effectively through KT than any other modality I've tried... and I've tried them all. Suzie made herself available to me on weekends, text, would check up on me, educate me... and now I can pretty much tape myself. I can't thank Suzie enough for changing my life!! And I don't think the word quit is in her vocabulary, nor mine. For most high level athletes, it's not. Even if you've lost your drive, her presence will motivate you. Just can't say enough. Best place to go, especially if you are a dedicated athlete or serious weekend warrior.
There are 58 training programs accredited by the Commission for Massage Therapy Accreditation/Approval in the United States. They provide a minimum of 500 hours of massage training. Certified therapists have graduated from these programs and passed the national certification examination for therapeutic massage. They are also required to participate in continuing education programs to keep their skills current.
At certain times during the massage, you may feel some discomfort or even some pain as the massage therapist works on areas where there are adhesions or scar tissue. Pain isn't necessarily good, and it's not a sign that the massage will be effective. In fact, your body may tense up in response to pain, making it harder for the therapist to reach deeper muscles.

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I continuously study and  practice massage. I am encouraged when I heal  stress or pain issues  I massage at the Olympics in the rowing and kayaking venue. We are Proud  members of FSMTA, ARRT, Am. Lung Association and Am.Heart association .. "Most" of us are masters at Sports. injuries. We  listen to your needs and  deliver because We am  "Aul- U-Knead"..:):)  PLEASE LEAVE ME YOUR NUMBER.WITH "YOUR" TIME TO CALL" : ). 15 years of perfect respectful, discreet,experence...  No worries. PLEASE Telephone call me for original appointments especially since profiles only stay available for in 24 hours.an ... View Profile
During pregnancy, your body goes through major changes. Pregnancy massage can help with these changes by reducing stress, decreasing arm and leg swelling, and relieving muscle and joint pain. Massage may be particularly helpful during a time when medication and other medical options may be more limited. Using specially designed massage pillows, the massage therapist will help get you into a comfortable position for this type of massage.

Carolina Sports Massage provides Sports and Trigger Point therapies and table stretching for athletes, people seeking pain relief, or for anyone trying to manage the stresses of the daily grind. Clients choose Carolina Sports Massage for their body’s needs because we are athletes too. We all demand a lot from our bodies, but now it’s time to give the body something back.
When booking, we ask that you provide detailed parking information. Your therapist will do their best to find free parking. However, if your therapist is unable to locate free parking, you may be charged up to of their parking fees once their receipt has been submitted. Charges will only occur if the receipt is submitted within 7 days of your appointment.
Soothe connects you with therapists who offer deep tissue, Swedish, sports, and prenatal massage. Any of these modalities can be performed as a couples massage, either with two massage therapists performing simultaneous massage or one therapists performing massage one after another. The therapists also offer chair and table massage delivered to your office or event with Soothe at Work and Soothe Events.

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Sports Massage is every athletes dream therapy and much needed healing remedy. Most elite athletes consider sports massage an essential part of their training and recovery routine. It is not just for seasoned athletes, it is also frequently used by weekend joggers, swimmers, high school football and soccer players and anyone participating in regular physical activity. It can help improve performance, prevent injury and speed recovery from muscle and soft tissue soreness and the everyday aches and pains associated with sports. It is used before, during and after athletic events and as part of training. Sessions are designed specifically for the muscles stressed most during a sporting event. For runners, the muscles of the feet, legs, hips and low back are concentrated on the most. Each session is designed for the athlete’s sport of choice.


The whole Swedish experience is also a potential stress reliever, which is a benefit unto itself. Plus, it can improve blood flow, delivering more oxygen to cells. A lesser-known benefit—moisturized, glowing skin—results from the application of massage oils. Many therapists prefer to use sweet almond oil because it absorbs slowly into the skin, yet doesn’t leave clients feeling like they’re covered in grease. Other favorite oils include grapeseed (non-greasy, no smell) and jojoba oil (easily absorbed, mixes well with aromatherapy oils).
Swedish massage is the most common and best-known type of massage in the West. If it's your first time or you don't get massage often, Swedish massage is the best place to start.  The Swedish body massage is the combination of many different  techniques rolled into one session. During this therapy session the therapist will work with the soft tissues and muscles in the body to help restore balance and health.
Following injury, and especially if it’s also a very stressful time, inflammation can prevent proper blood flow from reaching damaged tissue and can cut off vital nutrients and oxygen. This can cause toxins to accumulate around damaged tissue, which only increases swelling and pain. Some studies have found that even self-administered massage can help reduce pain associated with plantar fasciitis and other injuries. (10)
Referred pain spreads the goodness. Undoubtedly another reason that massage pain can feel good is the phenomenon of referred sensation. If you stimulate internal tissues anywhere in the body, muscle or otherwise, the brain really has trouble telling quite where the sensation is coming from. When you press hard enough on your muscles, particularly on sensitive trigger points, the pain is often experienced as though it originated from a much broader area.

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