Need A Massage That Will Release Tension And Focus On Knots And Trigger Points? A Deep Tissue Massage Does That And Incorporates Firm Pressure And Long Gliding Strokes.
- First, you will do an initial consultation with your therapist. During this consultation you therapist will assess your posture and ask about any area muscles or areas that may need extra attention.
- After the consultation, your therapist will leave the room to allow you to undress to your level of comfort.
- When you are ready, your therapist will start by using light compressions to warm your muscles.
- Your therapist will then move to use a technique that incorporates long gliding strokes, kneading, and vibration. While doing this, the therapist will check regularly to make sure that the pressure is just firm enough. As knots and trigger points are located, firm and direct pressure is applied to release them.
- Once your massage has concluded, your therapist will talk with you about a self-care plan and recommend follow-up treatments if needed.
If specific muscles or knots require special attention, then a deep tissue massage can help you. A deep tissue massage can help with easing chronic pain, help increase your range of motion, and relieving pain and tension.