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MASSAGE THERAPY TECHNIQUES

Performed by our certified, licensed massage therapists, massage therapy involves using different techniques to manipulate muscles and other soft tissues. Different massage therapy techniques can be used to release stress, tension, and provide relief from chronic pain, heal injuries, and support wellness.

 

Depending on your needs a combination of these massage therapy techniques will be integrated as part of your treatment plan. Learn more about each of the massage therapy techniques utilized at Peak Performance and their benefits.   

Deep Tissue

Deep tissue massage is a specific therapy technique used to support joint restrictions, knots, and scar-like tissue in the muscles. A deep tissue massage is a good option for someone with a moderate tolerance for pain. 

Deep Tissue Massage
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Therapeutic

Often used to treat injury, and stiffness, therapeutic massage has benefits beyond just relieving muscle pain.

This specific massage therapy technique not only helps relieve tension and provide deep relaxation, but may also reduce anxiety and other mental health issues.

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle, rhythmic technique designed to stimulate the flow of lymphatic fluid throughout the body, aiding in the removal of toxins and waste products. Beneficial for individuals experiencing edema, lymphedema, or seeking immune system support, it promotes relaxation and enhances overall well-being.

Deep Tissue Massage
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Prenatal

Pregnancy can come with many aches and pains. Prenatal massage therapy technique can help relieve some of them and can be done during any trimester.

 

Completely safe, the benefits of massage can improve overall prenatal health for many women.

Additional Therapies

Other techniques combined with traditional therapies can have even greater benefits than massage alone. We offer a variety of these such as cupping, scraping, Myofascial Release Massage, and more. 

Cupping Technique
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