Brianna Hamilton, LMT Cell: (207) 632-0770
|Sessions held by appointment only, please call for availability.||
|1 ½ hour||$100.00|
Gift certificates available.
"Massage is the practice of applying pressure or vibration to the soft
tissues of the body, including muscles, connective tissue, tendons,
ligaments, and joints. A form of therapy, massage can be applied
to parts of the body or successively to the whole body to heal
injury, relieve psychological stress, manage pain, improve circulation
and relieve tension."
|Reflexology||Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation|
This light touch massage is ideal for new clients.
The Swedish massage intent is to invigorate the body, bringing
fresh oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, while achieving an overall
Deep Tissue massage:|
This massage generally puts focus on one or more specific
muscle groups. The pressure used will go much deeper than
that of the Swedish massage. This is great for muscle pain,
chronic pain, and posture improvement. Deep Tissue techniques
are applied to break up scar tissue, break down knots, help to improve
range of motion and much more.
The connective tissue known as fascia often will become tight
due to trauma, overuse of a particular muscle group, or poor posture,
which often leads to discomfort. Certain techniques can be applied to these
areas to help loosen the tissue and provide relief.
Reflexology is based on the principals that the
human body has certain reflex actions when a particular
area is palpated. Reflexology, when used as a massage tool,
can use specific areas of the ears, hands and feet to send
positive messages of re-enforcement to the various aspects of the body.