Relaxing Myofascial Release Massage in Timberlea, Fort McMurray
For players, warriors, corporate workers, business executives and anyone who needs some relaxation after bouts of hectic work schedule, this therapeutic massage is a great way to relax. Come as you are and leave feeling better with help from a therapist certified in medical massages in Timberlea, Fort McMurray. The particular kind of massage is a "dry work" as it is done without the use of massage lotion. The massage involves a combination of compression work, myofascial release work, and stretching to reduce myofascial (connective tissue) tissue restrictions that are both superficial and deep. These massages also help in increasing joint movements that may be decreased or restricted in some way.
Individuals that may benefit from this treatment include those who have postural imbalances, feel tight all over, feel body soreness due to work, or want to try a different type of massage treatment. I recommend this to anybody and everybody for a relaxed and rejuvenating experience. You can book an experience online or text to schedule an appointment.
You are required to bring appropriate clothes for this session, which may include shorts or leggings and a t-shirt (+ sports bra for women). Bringing clothing isn’t optional.
Note: During this treatment, the client may feel a stretching sensation and/or a burning sensation. The burning sensation can be uncomfortable and indicates that the fascia is tight. It is important for the client to communicate with the therapist about their pain scale for the burning sensation. I work with a pain scale of 1 to 10 (1 = zero pain 5 = moderate pain, 7 = uncomfortable pain but still manageable, and 10 = the worst pain ever). I need to know that my clients are never past a 7/10 pain scale (this rule applies to all treatments).
Note: People with "hyper-mobile" joints, or that have very thin skin, or have conditions like "Rheumatoid arthritis" or other serious medical conditions should NOT book this Myofascial treatment option, as these conditions are considered contraindicated for this specific Myofascial/compression/stretching treatment.