Deep tissue massage is meant to manually manipulate the underlying connective tissues in muscles. A deep tissue massage can ease postural problems, fibromyalgia, muscle tension, muscle spasms, injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, whiplash, and sports injury. During your appointment, a massage therapist uses their fingertips, knuckles, elbows, and forearms to deliver slow, intense pressure and target the ""knots"" found in your muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
Knots, which are also called adhesions, are responsible for causing chronic muscle tension, such as a stiff neck, lower tightness of the back, and sore shoulders, as well as poor circulation and inflammation of your connective tissues.
Pressure on the knots can be uncomfortable for some people. Unlike Swedish massage, deep tissue massage tends to involve pressure against, not with, the grain of muscles.
After a deep tissue massage, the body creates a surfeit of lactic acid-a chemical compound that forms naturally due to exercise-in the underlying tissues. Drinking plenty of water after your deep tissue massage can help flush the lactic acid from your body and help reduce aches and pains the next day.
Consecutive: 60 deep tissue...$170 90 deep tissue...$205
Couples: 60 deep tissue...$190 90 deep tissue...$220 * prices are per person