Benefits of Massage
- Muscle spasm and soreness
- Chronic pain
- Removes scar tissue
- Toxin release
- Lowers blood pressure
- Awareness of your body
- Immune system
- Lymphtic system
Ideal for stress relief, improving circulation, stimulating Lymphatic system and assists in removing toxins
Relieves the body on a deeper level, rejuvenating overused and injured areas
Marika uses techniques to melt knotted muscles and scar tissue resulting from recent or old injuries or overuse. As a result, blood flow is restored as well as function and flexibility. Sports massage also addresses problems such as frozen shoulder, headaches, numbness in fingers, injuries to ankles, knees and hamstrings as well as pain in the lower back or sciatic. By applying steady pressure, Marika re-sculpts the body, layer by layer releasing the tension you’ve been holding and bringing awareness and relief to troubled areas.
A unique method of using the thumb to stimulate the more than 7200 nerve endings in the feet. These nerve endings correspond to all parts of the body, including organs and glands. Gentle stimulation of the appropriate regions assists in the elimination of energy blocks,
Cranio-sacral therapy is a gentle hands-on therapy based on the principles of cranial osteopathy. Using light touch and subtle movement to unwind holding patterns in the body, facilitates the movement of the cerebral spinal fluid thus regulating the crania-sacral system. The balancing of the cranio-sacral system can have profound effects in relieving headaches, backaches, jaw pain, whiplash and difficulties in breathing. The cerebral spinal fluids work like a self regulating hydraulic system. Since we are as much as 87% fluid, the regulation of this system is very important to one’s health and sense of well being.
- Improves sluggish energy
- Facilitates in release of toxins
- Improves immune system by releasing antibodies
The lymphatic system is an extensive circulatory system throughout the entire body. It is essential in maintaining our immune system. This network of vessels and nodes, drain waste products from tissues, produces disease fighting white blood cells and antibodies, and carries the bulk of the body’s waste from the cells to the final elimination organs. Lymphatic massage is a special technique that involves light rhythmical touch that aids in collection and moving of lymphatic fluid and in turn delivering nutrients and antibodies to the tissue cells as well as removing toxins and cell waste. Lymphatic massage is relaxing and restorative.