Scar tissue is the body's natural response to the healing process when the body has undergone surgery/incision, a burn and injury. It is like scaffolding to help with the healing process and the tissue is laid down in multiple directions, not in an orderly way.
Pregnancy can be a very happy and positive time for a woman and should not be thought of as an illness. Yes, the women's body undergoes a lot of change and each woman experiences pregnancy differently while carrying their baby or babies and pregnancy massage can help support these changes, demands and unpredictable emotion.
Sports Massage addresses specific parts of your body that are under significant distress due to overuse or overexertion. It suits every active person, from seasoned athletes to "weekend warriors", who lead physically demanding lifestyles.
Remedial massage therapy targets specific areas of the body where you may be experiencing muscle pain or injury.
Through the expert use of palms, fingers and elbows, (and sometimes cupping can be used), Deep Tissue Massage uses sustained pressure and deep strokes to directly break up adhesions/knots in your muscles to reduce pain and promote renewed healing.
Allow yourself a bit of respite from the pressure and stress of day to day living. Therapeutic Relaxation Massage uses a variety of flowing strokes to help relax, calm the body, mind and emotions.
Relaxation may seem a luxury when you're at work. But EMR Wellbeing makes it possible for you with our workplace chair massage.
Fascia is a strong connective tissue that covers all the systems of the body. It covers the head to the feet without disruption and in multiple directions. It includes muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments. The major purpose of fascia is it permits the body to achieve normal shape and allows vital organs the ability to function and maintain correct positions.
Trigger point therapy is a manual technique that treats trigger points that are found in muscles.