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Sports Massage Therapy

Sports Massage Therapy is geared toward sports professionals and individuals of every kind, from world-class professionals to weekend joggers. The particulars of the Sports Massage Technique are specific to the individual's sports of choice, focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements.

Aspects of Sports Massage Therapy gained popularity in recent years as useful components in a balanced training regiment. For anyone participating in a regular physical activity, Sports Massage Therapy may be a great addition to their normal regiment.
We help sports individuals promote their flexibility, reduce their fatigue, improve their endurance level, and prepare their body and mind for optimal performance to prevent injuries.

 
The lymphatic system, the body's waste pathway, requires regular cleansing. We are experts in Lymphatic Drainage and use a form of light massage that encourages detoxification. This form of light massage triggers the reduction of cellulite, spider veins, and redness. We perform this technique to remove waste toxins and excess fluid.
Trigger Point Massage Therapy – TPMT - is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. While the recipient actively participates through deep breathing, we unlock the exact location and identify the intensity of the discomfort. Trigger Point Massage releases the constricted areas in muscles identified as the area where TPT is needed. Latent trigger points cause weakness and lowered range-of-motion. Active trigger points are caused by several situations, including injury, repetitive use of muscles, and poor posture. They typically produce referred pain or other uncomfortable sensations.
Deep Tissue Massage Therapy focuses on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, and targets tendons, and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, ligaments, and bones), releasing chronic muscle tension. Deep Tissue massage is one of the most commonly practiced massage techniques and stands at the core of our Massage Therapy at Body Alignment. The massage technique allows for a proper muscle alignment to give you the right muscular balance and lead to your True Balanced Well Being. DTMT is applied on chronically-tense and contracted areas such as stiff necks, low back tightness, and sore shoulders. Deep tissue massage works by physically breaking down these adhesions to relieve pain and restore normal movement. If you suffer from a Deep Tissue weakness, book your appointment today with us.
Stretching is important for individuals and beneficial for anyone interested in improving their fitness level. No matter what sport you play or exercise activity you do, flexibility improves your athletic performance. We recommend stretching pre & post work out or playing sports to promote healthy muscle cool-down and recovery. Reducing Muscle Pain in the arms, chest, legs, glutes, and back Improving Sports Performance:
Improving Health and Fitness by: * Increasing Circulation, Energy, Strength, Endurance, Posture, Movement, Reducing Pain, Inflammation Stiffness. We help our client through a series of stretches and compression is done throughout the service to bring blood flow to the area and to relieve tension. This service is excellent for individuals and people lacking range of motion. Contact us to schedule your first stretching session. We will give you an alternative to traditional massage.
If you routinely perform daily activities, live stressful life style or have had an injury, your muscles may be very tight. Muscles are very powerful and can play a big role in the degree of ease through your musculoskeletal system. Massage is an alternative health treatment and we will help you restore your muscular alignment putting you on the right path to correcting postural alignment. Connect with us to book your appointment.
Range of motion is defined as the normal degrees of motion for a particular joint. Range of motion can be limited by a number of things, including: Swelling, Scar tissue, Weak muscles, tight tendons/ligaments.

Range of motion testing is an integral part of any physical therapy examination. Before we begin your treatment, we will check if you have limited motion and we will immediately determine the cause; if it is muscle tightness, pain, or tightness of ligaments or tendons.

Let us help you apply stress free relaxation techniques, call us now to book your next appointment.