Integrative Massage specializes in bodywork that helps our clients maintain high levels of productivity; enhancing athletic and job performance, workout recovery, and injury rehabilitation.
Whether you’re an elite competitor, desk jockey, or simply experiencing pain or discomfort; massage therapy is the perfect complement to your training routine as well as your overall health and longevity. Receiving massage therapy on a regular basis has been shown to decrease muscle inflammation after exercise, improve athletic performance and decrease pain.
Integrative Massage and Statera health professionals work together to ensure you receive the best care possible, no matter your needs. Every session begins with an assessment of the body’s structural integrity and plans are created to restore function to achieve optimal health of the tissues. See our full list of massage options and indications below.
Sports Performance Recovery
Massage therapy before and after athletic performance will encourage healthy function of the entire musculoskeletal system before, during, and after athletic event, preventing injury and promoting the body’s natural ability to recover more efficiently.
Self-awareness education is incorporated into every. It is important to us and vital to your personal longevity that you are aware of how your body works and how to care for it between treatments. The goal is always to reach top functional health and wellness to allow you to achieve your athletic aspirations.
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)
Passive stretching and isometric contraction technique used to break neuromuscular holding patterns and reset muscle tissue nerve response and overall length.
Neuromuscular Therapy Techniques (NMT)
Technique that addresses postural deviations, soft tissue distortion and biomechanical dysfunction.
Myofascial Release (MFR)
Manual therapy that treats skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood and lymphatic circulation.
Gentle massage that encourages movement of lymph fluid, reducing swelling and detoxifying the body.
Benefits of Massage Therapy
• Increased joint range of motion (ROM)
• Increased flexibility.
• Increased sense of well-being.
• Decreased muscle tension.
• Decreased neurological excitability (nerves more relaxed)
• Decreased muscle spasms.
• Maximize the supply of nutrients and oxygen through increased blood flow.
• Decrease headaches.
• Help manage pain.
• Improve sleep.
• Reduce the chance of injury.
• Improved power and performance.
• Shorten recovery time between workouts.
• Enhance elimination of metabolic by-products of exercise.