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Let's be real. Pre- and postnatal times can be some of the happiest times for mamas, but it can also be tough on your body and mind. You are growing a little person inside of you, which is amazing, but also a lot of work! Massage therapy is a wonderful choice to relieve discomforts experienced such as backaches, pelvic pain, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema (or swelling). Massage can also aid with stress, insomnia, depression, and anxiety.

Plantar Fascittis is the most common cause of heel pain, and can be debilitating. It affects twice as many women as men. One of the major contributing factors to PF is due to improper ankle mechanics from a previous ankle injury, ineffective shoewear, or long periods of standing. We will work together to restore motion integrity to allow proper healing and stop the pain. A woman's gotta be able to move!

Pregnancy and Postpartum Massage
Plantar Fasciitis

Sports massage is great for active women. It can be great for pre-workout assistance, maintenance, or post-workout recovery. Massage increases circulation, which can in turn be your ticket to a faster recovery. However, it is also a great tool for anyone looking to improve flexibility and mobility, increase range of motion, focus on specific muscles, and decrease overall muscle tension. There may be a little more "oooh", than "aaahh" like in a Swedish massage, but there is a focus on the deeper muscles and fascia.

Trigger Point Therapy

TPT is for almost everyone. Each muscle has potential trigger points, and these can become activated due to muscle overuse, inflammation, trauma, or nerve damage. These trigger points can cause pain over the affected muscle or refer pain to other parts of the body. The therapist applies direct pressure to the affected trigger points in order to "release" them and allow the taut muscle band to relax. This treatment may require multiple sessions and a home stretching plan.

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