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Massage Therapy

Our clinic provides Swedish massage, Deep tissue massage, Myofascial release, Prenatal massage, Sport massage.

Relaxation Massage

A relaxation massage, often known as a Swedish massage, is a gentle form of massage therapy aimed at promoting relaxation, reducing stress, and inducing a sense of calm. It typically includes gentle, soothing strokes, and its main goals are to reduce stress, improve circulation, relieve muscle tension, and enhance flexibility. This type of massage is not designed for addressing specific muscular issues or injuries and is primarily focused on relaxation and stress relief.

The main goals of a relaxation massage are to:

  1. Reduce Stress

  2. Promote Relaxation

  3. Improve Circulation

  4. Relieve Muscle Tension

  5. Enhance Flexibility

person getting massage therapy
Swedish Massage, Prenatal Massage

Therapeutic Massage

A therapeutic massage is a targeted form of massage therapy used to treat specific medical conditions or musculoskeletal issues. It is prescribed by healthcare professionals and aims to alleviate pain, aid in rehabilitation, and address health concerns. Therapists use specialized techniques and customize treatment plans for individual patients, often in a clinical or medical setting. Unlike relaxation massages, therapeutic massages are focused on addressing health-related issues and promoting healing and well-being.

The main goals of a therapeutic massage are to:

  1. Medical Purpose

  2. Targeted Techniques

  3. Pain Relief

  4. Rehabilitation

  5. Customized Treatment

deep tissue massage
Deep tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Sport Massage, Rehabilitation Massage, Trigger Point Massage


Acupuncture, a traditional Chinese medicine practice dating back thousands of years, has gained global recognition for its diverse therapeutic applications. Primarily known for its exceptional pain relief properties, acupuncture has proven efficacy in managing conditions such as chronic back pain, migraines, and osteoarthritis. Beyond pain management, this holistic therapy has demonstrated success in reducing stress and anxiety by stimulating the release of endorphins, promoting a sense of relaxation. Individuals often report improved sleep quality and enhanced mood following acupuncture sessions. The practice's influence on hormonal balance makes it valuable in addressing issues related to fertility and menstrual disorders. Furthermore, acupuncture is believed to support the immune system and contribute to better digestive health. With its personalized approach and minimal discomfort, acupuncture stands as a versatile and safe complementary therapy, fostering overall well-being by addressing the body's natural energy flow.

Acupuncture old book


  1. Pain Relief

  2. Stress Reduction

  3. Improved Sleep

  4. Enhanced Mood

  5. Regulation of Hormones

  6. Immune System Support

  7. Digestive Health

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Alternative treatment

Hot stone massage

Hot stone massage is a therapeutic practice that involves the use of heated, smooth stones placed on the body's key points. This massage technique offers various benefits, including relaxation, stress reduction, pain relief, improved circulation, and reduced inflammation. It can also enhance sleep quality, release toxins, improve flexibility, and provide mental and emotional relaxation. Hot stone massages are conducted by trained professionals and are known for their calming and soothing effects. However, individuals with specific medical conditions should consult with a healthcare provider before undergoing this treatment to ensure its safety for them.

Cupping massage

Cupping massage

Cupping massage is a therapeutic practice that involves creating suction on the skin using cups. This technique is believed to offer various benefits, including pain relief, improved blood circulation, detoxification, relaxation, enhanced range of motion, potential respiratory relief, and improved skin health. Cupping should be administered by trained professionals to ensure safety and efficacy. While some people find it beneficial, its outcomes can vary, and scientific research on its effectiveness continues. Individuals with specific medical conditions should consult a healthcare provider before considering cupping therapy to determine its suitability for their needs.

IASTM or Guasha tool


Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is a skilled myofascial intervention used for soft tissue treatment, based on the principles of James Cyriax's cross-friction massage. IASTM is said to have evolved from Gua sha, a method used in Chinese medicine. It involves the use of instruments, typically made of stainless steel, featuring beveled edges and contours that can conform to various anatomical locations on the body, allowing for deeper penetration. This technique is employed for detecting and treating soft tissue disorders. Studies have explored the cellular-level benefits of IASTM, where controlled microtrauma to affected soft tissue structures initiates an inflammatory response. Clinical studies have also demonstrated improvements in range of motion, strength, and mobility through IASTM. The therapy's advantages include reduced pain and inflammation, increased blood and lymph flow, improved range of motion, reduced post-activity muscle soreness, better sleep, and overall health improvement. It's important to note that IASTM may not be suitable for everyone, as it has specific contraindications and precautions that should be considered before undergoing the treatment.


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