Reconnective Massage Blends these following Elements

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  • Esalen Massage

    The sources of this rich work are many with the practitioner translating it into a personal art form bringing a knowledge of strokes, of muscles and bones, of movement, and of listening to the body. This unique approach to bodywork is known worldwide as Esalen Massage. The long, slow, tai chi-like strokes awaken awareness as the tissues which open through touch…, coupled with intention, As the contact deepens and bound-up muscles let go, the practitioner responds to the signs of relaxation drawing forth expanded movement. Each session is unique guided by intuition, tailored by personal requests, comfort level, physical tension and release.

  • Acupressure

    Jin Shin Acupressure is a healing art developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago that works using the meridian system (the same system used in Acupuncture). Its use of gentle finger pressure on specific acupressure points of the body has been known to aid in tension relief, increased circulation, reduced pain, and aiding in the development of more vibrant health patterns

  • Shiatsu

    Shiatsu is an ancient Japanese style of bodywork for balancing the body’s bio-energy utilizing powerful yet gentle stretches and rhythmic pressing along the classic meridian system (energy pathways) of the body to help balance your body’s core, soothe the nervous system, and structurally bring the right and left sides of the body into harmony (alignment).

  • Deep Bodywork

    A combination of classic Deep Tissue techniques and Myofascial Release done at a very slow pace striving to gain release from restrictions that are held deep within the body’s muscle and fascia tissues.

  • Sports Massage

    Sports Massage is a combination of several techniques including PNF Stretching, Trigger Point Therapy, Soft Tissue Release and more.