Haven offers a variety of Stress Reduction Massage Treatments (aka Swedish Massage)
Stress Reduction Massage
Swedish Massage utilizes long smooth strokes, kneading, and circular movements on superficial layers of muscle.Swedish Massage is a wo
Hot Stone Massage
Heated, smooth stones are placed on strategic points of the body to warm and loosen tight muscles.Through the application of light pressure, this technique aids in balancing the energy centers of the body. Hot stone massage is ideal for guests who prefer a lighter massage.
Deep Tissue Massage
This massage technique targets
Thai Yoga Massage
Thai massage aligns the energies of the body using gentle pressure on specific points. Thai massage also includes compressions and stretches. You move and stretch into a sequence of postures. Thai massage is more energizing than other form of massage. It is also reduces stress and improves flexibility and range of motion.
The raindrop technique can have many benefits since it is a detoxifying process. It helps rid of any toxins or bacteria that are deep within the body and provides a boost to the immune system. It is used to help realign the spine, reduces stress, and relieves back pain and tension. The technique is highly relaxing and it is recommended that you take the rest of the day off after the massage just to relax your body and slowly ease it back into the real world. Also, for people with sensitive skin the oils may cause some reddening or excessive warming of the skin, but this can be relieved quickly and the benefits of the raindrop technique will be well worth it.
Pregnancy, or prenatal massage has gained popularity among expectant mothers in recent years. Haven is highly trained in the proper way to position and support a womanbody during the massage, and how to modify techniques. Pregnancy massage is used to reduce stress, decrease swelling, relieve aches and pains, and reduce anxiety and depression. The massage is customized to a woman’s individual needs.
Neuromuscular Reintegration Technique
(A Bowen Based Technique)
This is a clothed technique designed to reestablish balance in the body. Communication about proper function and balance from your body to your brain is essential.Sometimes, due to physical or emotional trauma, the body adapts to movement patterns that cause more harm than good. This therapy hits the reset button allowing the brain to make more appropriate choices for your body. Results are typically realized within two-three treatments.
Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, noninvasive method of evaluating and enhancing the function of a physiological body arrangement called the craniosacral system. Developed by John E. Upledger, DO, OMM, this manual therapy enhances the body’s natural healing processes and has proven effective in treating a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction. The roots of this therapy are in cranial osteopathy, developed by Dr. William G. Sutherland. Thecraniosacral system consists of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. It extends from the bones of the skull, face, and mouth–which make up the cranium–down to the sacrum or tailbone. Since this system influences the development and function of the brain and spinal cord, any imbalance or dysfunction in the craniosacral system could cause sensory, motor, or neurological disabilities. These problems may include chronic pain, eye difficulties, scoliosis, motor-coordination impairments, learning disabilities, and other dysfunctions of the central nervous system. Craniosacral therapy encourages the body’s natural healing mechanisms to improve the functioning of the central nervous system, dissipate the negative effects of stress, and enhance health and resistance to disease. Thecraniosacral therapy practitioner uses a light touch to assist the natural movement of fluid within the craniosacral system. Therapists generally use only five grams of pressure, roughly the weight of a nickel, to test for restrictions in various parts of the craniosacral system. It’s often possible for the evaluation alone to remove the restriction and allow the system to correct itself.
This technique involves the use of a specially designed massage chair in which the client sits comfortably. Seated massage includes bodywork and somatic techniques, such as shiatsu, amma, and Swedish massage, provided to the fully clothed client in a variety of settings.