Massage and Bodywork
Therapeutic massage involves a wide range of manual techniques (provided by clinical massage therapists) that can be used to target specific tissues in your body, including muscles, fascia, lymph nodes, joints, and tendons. Techniques include deep tissue, therapeutic, sports, or pressure point massage:
- Deep tissue is beneficial to athletes and anyone who needs to relieve tension in their deep musculature
- Therapeutic massage is more gentle and targets more superficial tissues, perfect for anyone looking to relax and relieve mental as well as physical stress
- Pressure point massage is effective for relieving tender points within the body’s fascial tissue (which protectively encases connective tissue)
At Fluid we conduct a biomechanical assessment on every member, looking at their posture and movement quality. During the biomechanical assessment and the subsequent massage sessions, we continually:
- Evaluate posture, motion and gait
- Identify biomechanical dysfunctions that restrict function and performance
- Locate soft tissue structures that are the primary cause of the biomechanical dysfunction as well as affected structures throughout the kinetic chain
- Treats soft tissue dysfunctions with massage techniques to restore full function to the affected structures
Fluid uses therapeutic massage to help people manage or recover from a wide range of conditions, including fibromyalgia, back and neck pain, arthritis, migraines, diabetic nerve pain, sports and auto-accident related injuries, and even psychological disorders including anxiety and depression (since mental and emotional stress is often neurologically carried into and stored in physical tissues). A professional massage provided by a clinical massage therapist can even ease the effects of chemotherapy and can hasten the healing process in post-surgical patients.
To restore your tissue quality with one of our massage experts, call 1-844-358-4343, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us a message.