Pain Neutralization Technique (PNT), is an effective technique that uses light pressure to eliminate chronic pain in seconds through newly uncovered neurological reflexes. These are cutting-edge techniques that have proven highly effective.

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Active Release Therapy

Active Release Therapy (ART), also called Active Release Technique, is a non-invasive manual therapy technique that works to correct soft tissue restrictions that cause pain and mobility issues. The goal is to break down scar tissue and adhesions in order to optimize function in the body. Results often include increased range of motion and decreased pain on movement.

Deep Tissue

Deep tissue massage is primarily used to treat chronic pain, muscle and sports-related injuries.  It targets the inner layers of your muscles and joints and uses a heavier pressure than regular Swedish massage.  It’s used to treat muscle and tendon injuries, pain and stiffness in your major muscle groups and joints.  It can help improve sleep and increase range of motion.


Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment, is a deep tissue fascial technique that is used to address postural concerns or dysfunction. NISA focuses on stretching and loosening the tissue to improve posture and restore proper body alignment.

Myofascial Release Technique

Myofascial Release Technique is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore function.

Sports Massage

Specializing in restoring function and strength to athletes and those who enjoy their sports, whether professional or amateur. Increased range of motion leading to enhanced performance. Decreased muscle stiffness and soreness after exercise or physical activity. Decreased recovery time post injury. Increased levels of relaxation and decrease in physical and psychological stress levels. I apply a number of techniques to enable participants to continue to enjoy their sports to the best of their ability.

Massage Cupping

Cupping Massage brings the ancient art of cupping to the modern day practice. This modality allows for a unique approach to the fascia and body fluids. Cupping has an ability to affect deeper tissue, remove fascial restrictions and increase range of motion.

Cupping goes far beyond simple fascial techniques and treatment, such as angiogenesis, metabolism, and immune response. A cupping treatment can cover back, scars, fascia, joints, trigger points, muscle imbalances and even pleura treatment technique.

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