Massage techniques focus primarily on the body to promote relaxation, improve blood circulation and relieve muscle tension. Brauburger Massage techniques include a variety of applications provided by a trained and certified massage therapist who carefully assesses your condition and recommend the most suitable treatment.
A technique that provides relief for chronic aches and muscle tension that may include the neck and shoulders, upper and lower back and leg muscles. Deep tissue massage releases chronic muscle tension using deep pressure and slow strokes that go into the fascial layers of muscle tissue at the source of an injury.
Our Brauburger Massage massage therapist assesses the body's innate healing systems and incorporate soothing and deliberate massage therapy techniques to flush toxins, waste and excess fluids that cause tissue inflammation. Commonly applied to the face, neck and joint areas, this treatment improves circulation and enhances the body's immune system.
The practitioner applies moderate pressure to release tension and improve mobility due to injury in the muscles and surrounding tissue. Kneading style strokes stretch and loosen the fibrous bands within the nerves and joints that extends to provide relief to muscles and connective tissues.
Carried out by a trained and certified Brauburger Massage massage therapist, positional release moves both the muscle and joint simultaneously to achieve a full release of tension and restore pain-free movement. Positional release is an effective technique that restores joint mobility, relieves fascial tension and muscle spasms while addressing a range of soft tissue dysfunctions.
TMJ syndrome or dysfunction is pain or discomfort in the TMJ joint (Temporomandibular). This pain can be the result of painful and inflamed muscles in the jaw area. It can be related to stress fractures, tension, tooth grinding, clenching, and everyday stress. My treatment focuses on relieving the pain in the jaw which included upper back, shoulder, neck massage and craniosacral therapy. to release any tension in the muscles. Then a intra-oral massage (with gloves) to help the pressure on the muscles. A session last typically last 40 minutes or can be worked in with one of my regular massage.
With its roots in acupuncture, reflexology is the application of pressure on precise points of the hands and feet to stimulate healing energy in corresponding parts in the body. Not to be confused with a simple foot massage, reflexology promotes relaxation, improves blood circulation, reduces pain and promotes overall well-being.
Our dedicated practitioner who is a trained sports massage therapist concentrates on relieving muscle soreness from overuse due to athletic training or competition while increasing range of motion and flexibility. Brauburger Massage provides flexible sports massage scheduling prior to, or following, competitive events that soothe and restore muscle tissue and reduce stress.
With its origins in Ancient China, today's acupressure techniques are derived from a range of traditional healing practices in combination with additional natural restorative methods. Several established organizations, (including the WHO) recognize the benefits of acupuncture and related therapeutic practices in the treatment of a wide range of diseases and conditions. Contact a Brauburger Massage Acupressure therapy specialist for practical recommendations and treatment plans.