Deep tissue massage applies firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue surrounding muscles. It’s beneficial for chronic aches, pain, and contracted areas such as a stiff neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness, and sore shoulders. It’s effective in treating repetitive stress injuries such as tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome and can help reduce the symptoms of osteoarthritis.
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Ideal for treating muscle and connective tissue damage, a deep tissue massage treats muscle injuries such as strains and sports injuries and breaks down your scar tissue and reduces tension in your tissues. A massage helps the body heal faster by stimulating blood flow to specific areas and reducing inflammation. Recommended for people with high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, and tennis elbow, among other ailments. A deep tissue massage targets the inner layers of your body, thus helping you heal on the inside. If you’ve got any significant muscle issues, book a deep tissue massage within one of our three massage locations today!
We can help alleviate any of the symptoms below
- sport injuries
- high blood pressure
- chronic pain
- plantar fasciitis
- scarred tissue
- stress or anxiety
The Benefits of a Deep Tissue Massage
1. Pain Reduction
Most patients will request a deep-tissue massage for pain relief. By massaging the skin, the activity of inflammatory cytokines is slowed and increases the number of proteins that signal the muscles to produce more mitochondria.
2. Optimizing Joint Mobility
As desk jobs become increasingly sedentary, more employees are experiencing muscle pains and inflexibility. Improve one’s range of motion and stimulate the body’s natural lubricants.
3. Injury Prevention
For those suffering from delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS) and muscle fatigue, a deep tissue massage can help with lactate clearance and injury prevention. This form of massage makes it a popular healing method among athletes.
4. Improving Posture
Has someone been telling you to sit up straight? Did you know that a deep tissue massage can help alleviate the habit of bad posture, one of the leading causes of back pain? Improve poor posture with positive lifestyle changes and deep tissue massage techniques that help restore your body’s natural alignment and treat sore muscles.
5. Decreasing Stress
When you feel stressed, your body produces excess cortisol, leading to other health problems. A deep tissue massage session can help lower the production of stress hormones and increase the production of serotonin and oxytocin, known for boosting your overall mood and preventing depression.
If you have any questions, please give us a call, and we will be happy to address them. If you have a history of blood clots, recent surgery, or any other major medical operation, please speak with your physician before booking a deep tissue massage appointment.
We are an experienced team of professional massage therapists with locations in Edmonton and St. Albert. Book your deep tissue massage today through our booking system, or call us if you would like to speak with our receptionist to address any concerns and schedule a visit.
Featured Deep Tissue Massage Reviews
“Very nice spa. I had a deep tissue massage with Sara. It was tense on some parts off my shoulders but I feel great now. If you are looking for a treatment spa they offer a variety of treatments. I plan on returning.”
“Irene is polite, communicates well and does great deep tissue massage.
My partner is also quite fond of Raje, she is a soothing soul and does wonderful work. 🙂
Calm, peaceful and professional place!”
“Very good massage. Dana works hard throughout a 90 minute session, definitely got my moneys worth. I asked for a medium to deep massage and that is what I got. Consistent massage depth throughout.”
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