Massage Therapy For Your Wellness, Yoga or Surf Retreats
Massage Services change based on your retreat offerings. Surf, Yoga, Wellness.
Deep Tissue Massage/Sports Rehab/Myofascial
Consists of Swedish and non-Swedish techniques applied with moderate to deep pressure. Deep tissue can be used as a relaxation treatment for people who enjoy deep pressure but it is also used to treat specific areas of discomfort. Sports Massage is a system of techniques designed to help athletes increase performance and prevent injuries during training and competition. If you're surfing this type of treatment will benefit you. Myofascial Release is a very effective hands-on technique that provides sustained pressure helps eliminate pain and restore motion. Fasica becomes tight, restricted and a source of tension to the rest of the body. The fascia can exert excessive pressure producing pain or restriction of motion. They affect our flexibility and stability, and are a determining factor in our ability to withstand stress and strain.This type of treatment requires little or no oil and can be superficial or deep.
Consists of techniques, that work with the fasical and myofasical system. This style of massage can aid the circulatory and lymphatic systems. Rolling and flushing the skin helps detox the body.
Cupping therapy has been used by health practitioners for thousands of years. But until the invention of modern materials, these cups were always made of glass, a fragile, inflexible material. Unlike accupressure or massage therapy, which compresses muscles and tissues, cupping therapy decompresses by gently pulling tissues outward. This creates space, boosts circulation, helps release stagnant toxins, tones skin and tissues, and helps move lymph and it feels amazing, as if you got a deep tissue massage.
Full-body exfoliation detoxifies, stimulates and invigorates your skin. This unique system of skin renewal uses Pink Himalayan salts and hydrating essential oils in an individually customized combination for maximum healing and healthy skin. 50 minutes