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Whether you are seeking to alleviate pain and tension, promote healthy body functioning, or simply for the purpose of relaxation, the benefits of therapeutic massage are great. Out therapists have advanced training in deep tissue massage, sports massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, structural bodywork, and pregnancy massage. Your therapists will assist you in designing an individualized session to meet your wants and needs.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage is a massage technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deeper pressure on the contracted areas. Deep tissue massage helps to break up and eliminate scar tissue and fascial/muscular adhesions. In doing so range of motion is increased and lymphatic and circulatory flow is restored to the affected area. Deep tissue massage is both corrective and therapeutic.
Sports Massage is a special form of massage used before and/or after athletic events. The purpose of pre-event sports massage is to prepare the athlete for peak performance by draining away fatigue, reducing muscle tension, and promoting flexibility. Most importantly, sports massage can help in preventing injuries. Post-event sports massage hastens recovery from sports activity by flushing the muscles of lactic acid and reducing muscular soreness.
Structural Integration uses a type of massage called Myofascial Release to lengthen fascia (connective tissue) that is causing restriction around specific muscles and/or groups of muscles. By doing so, a person's posture and structure can be properly aligned. With proper posture, chronic areas of pain can be eased. Your therapist will perform a structural observation and then design a session according to your needs.
Pregnancy Massage relieves many of the normal discomforts during pregnancy, such as backaches, a stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches, edema, and sore, swollen ankles and feet. Pregnancy Massage is a special treat for the mother to be, giving her time to relax and rejuvenate. Pregnancy massage is done on the side, comfortably bolstered between body cushions.
The term "Swedish Massage" refers to a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax muscles. Swedish massage techniques include: long flowing strokes, kneading, and friction. The main purpose of Swedish massage is to promote relaxation, increase the oxygen flow in the blood, and to release toxins from the muscles.
½ hour session...........................................$48.00
1 hour session.............................................$85.00
1 ½ hour session.........................................$115.00
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The Performance Club At Performance Wellness Center
Monthly membership includes:
Each additional within the month is ONLY!
Memberships are based on monthly commitments . All Memberships are based on monthly auto/credit debit or annual pre-pay. All memberships are non-transferable. ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS. Chiropractic Care is for wellness care (non-symptomatic) and is not applicable for illness, injuries, auto accidents, or work related conditions. All massage services are rendered by a Licensed Massage Therapist.
6500 N. Mopac Bldg. 3 Ste. 3101 Austin, TX 78731
Phone: 512.491.7772 Fax: 512.339.6806
Appointments can be made by calling :
For your first appointment please arrive 15 minutes early for a consultation with your therapist.
Cancellation Policy: Massages/Personal Traing must be cancelled within a 24 hour period, prior to your scheduled appointment, otherwise there will be a $35 cancellation fee added.
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