Massage therapy is one of the many soft-tissue therapies that are employed at IHSP. Incorporating massage therapy into your overall health and wellness plan can produce amazing results. Whether you suffer from back pain or headaches, want to prepare for that big sporting event, recover from that weekend 5K race, or just want to relax and reduce the stress in your life; massage therapy may be for you! Some of the benefits that are associated with massage are:
- Reduces stress, anxiety, and depression
- Increases joint movements and flexibility
- Reduces spasms and cramping
- Reduces the appearance of scar tissue and/or stretch marks
- Helps with overall circulation of the body, which also speeds up healing time
- Promotes tissue regeneration
- Increases the release of endorphins, which is the body’s natural pain killer
Our Licensed Massage Therapists are proficient in many massage modalities to help meet your needs.
Swedish Massage – Swedish massage is essentially an overall relaxation massage. The massage incorporates various techniques which focus on alleviating stress and areas of tension, making you as relaxed and comfortable as possible.
Deep Tissue Massage - Deep tissue massage focuses primarily on the tissues beneath and throughout the muscles. This modality helps rid your body of toxins, while getting to the core of your muscle pain and tension.
Sports Massage – Sports massage can be very beneficial to all athletes. It can be incorporated before an athletic event to help your body perform at the maximal level, or after an event to work out those tight muscles.
Trigger Point Therapy – Trigger point therapy helps restore muscles by applying pressure to certain points (trigger points) of the muscle. This modality is especially effective for people with muscle tightness, chronic pain, and low range of motion.
Myofascial Release – Myofascial release focuses on slowly stretching an area of tight soft-tissue components. It involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Craniosacral Therapy – Craniosacral therapy focuses on neck, scalp, and facial massage. This massage helps to release restrictions of the soft tissues mainly associated with the head, neck, and spine. This is a great modality for people with migraines, headaches, chronic neck and back pain, TMJ disorders, fibromyalgia, PTSD, and many other conditions.
Manual Lymph Drainage – Manual lymph drainage (MLD) is a great way of exercising your immune system. MLD cleanses the body of metabolic wastes, excess water, and harmful bacteria and toxins. This is a light modality that does not include firm pressure.
30 minute massage - $45
60 minute massage - $60
90 minute massage - $80
3 – 30 minute massages - $105 ($35 ea)
3 – 60 minute massages - $150 ($50 ea)
3 – 90 minute massages - $210 ($70 ea)