Touch of Paradise offers a range of massage therapy services. We tailor our massages to meet each individual's unique needs.
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Your body is full of energy circuits. These circuits can be broken when muscles are injured or tight. When these issues are found during your massage, Rob uses himself as a conduit to combine your energy, the earth's energy and his energy to allow the healing process to begin. The experience may be a feeling of deep relaxation or minor involuntary twitching which are normal responses due to the nature of the work.
Sports massages are intended to relax the elasticity of the muscles, creating less tension and an increase in movement of the injured area. Rob's sports massages include deep tissue strokes combined with stretches to work your muscles in different ways.
In 1995 Rob received his Personal Training Certification and was introduced to the Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation style of stretching. Given this base of knowledge, Rob feels it is very important to include stretching in his massage sessions. He will also show his clients stretching routines to enhance their recovery process.
Acupressure is a technique that is concerned with the invisible meridian lines running throughout your body - the yin and the yang forces in your body. By holding and working with different points along the meridian lines, Rob is able to help many ailments such as anxiety and nervousness, asthma, back aches, colds, the flu, and headaches.
Swedish massage is very flowing and relaxing. It is the ultimate massage experience!
Having a corporate function? Want to show your employees you care? Give them a small vacation while at work! Please make arrangements with Rob at least one week in advance.
It is strongly recommended that after any body work, that you drink plenty of water. This is to flush the scar tissue out of your body and to prevent the resettling of it the body. Rob also recommends putting ice on areas of discomfort.
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