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What is stress?

 

Stress is, quite simply, the way you react physically and emotionally to change. How does it effect your body? The impact of stress on the body is profound. It increases blood pressure while decreasing circulation. It increases muscle tension, impairs the immune system and reduces productivity. The final results are: fatigue, anxiety, emotional strain, impaired memory, headaches, back pain and accelerated aging. Stress renders the body susceptible to illness.

 

Benefits of a Therapeutic massage:

 

Alleviates tension headaches, Relieves muscle tension, spasms and stiffness Reduces mental stress and anxiety Provides greater joint flexibility Improves circulation Strengthens the immune system Creates a feeling of well being Increases awareness of the Mind-Body connection

 

All Spa Massages includes complimentary use of Steam Sauna.

 

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Therapeutic Massage ( 30 min, 60 min, 90 min , 120 min)

Discover Bare Foot Deep Tissue Massage at Creek Side Spa & Salon experienced relief from muscle aches and pain. This ancient practice -- which involves a massage therapist literally walking on your back -- has been performed by Buddhist monks for centuries and is now available in Creek Side Spa & Salon.. Turning the tables on those who love a good foot massage, ashiatsu asks the feet to return the favor. Meaning "foot" (ashi) "pressure" (atsu), ashiatsu recipients are simply calling this technique "heaven." And although ashiatsu sessions may appear unconventional, with practitioners often holding on to specially-attached ceiling bars to maintain their balance while walking on a client's back, this type of bodywork is being heralded as a luxurious, deep-tissue massage. Beginning in the East, ashiatsu's history spans several continents and more than 3,000 years. Many different styles of barefoot massage have originated from India, Japan, Thailand, China, and the Philippines, some are practiced on a floor mat, others require balancing props, such as ceiling bars, chairs, bamboo rods, poles, and even ropes and chains. Nevertheless, when ashiatsu was first started, its followers were more interested in "chi," or energy, than soothing aching muscles. "Asian bodywork is based on Chinese medicine and an energy body map, director of education for the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA) and a certified ashiatsu instructor. "We get a lot of education in Western anatomy and physiology, but our main concern is treating the energetic body. And because of that, a huge amount of our education is in those theories -- like yin and yang."

 

Hot Stone Therapy

Clinically hot stone therapy is the application during massage therapy of deep, penetrating heat with heated basalt stone and a combination of a oriental herb medicine oil during massage therapy. The stones are placed on specific parts of the body to relieve tension, increase circulation, reduce inflammation and induce a deep sense of relation. The therapist will also use the smooth stones as massage tools, working out any muscle soreness. Using different temperature on the body to bring about certain healing response has been done for countless eons. Hot Stone therapy uses different temperatures in conjunction with Mother Earth to bring about balance and healing through knowledge

 

Aromatherapy
Use of therapeutic essential oils which contain natural properties that help the plant live and thrive. Same of these constituent are anti-viral, anti bacterial, anti-inflammatory, tissue regenerating, nerve stimulating or sedating, and much, much more. Thousand of years ago, it was discovered that the same naturally occurring chemicals that help the plant also have a profound impact on the human biochemistry.

 

Deep Tissue Therapy
Techniques generally integrated with other massage techniques, which unitize deep muscle massage are administered to affect the sub-layer of musculature and fascia. The muscles must be relaxed in order to effectively perform deep tissue massage, otherwise tight surface muscles prevent the practitioner from reaching deeper musculature it helps with chronic muscular pain and injury rehabilitation, and reduces inflammation-related pain caused by arthritis and tendonitis.

 

Qigong
This traditional Chinese treatment combines hands-on and hands-off techniques which balance the flow of qi (energy) throughout the body, moves and relieves qi blockages and improves circulation. Client claim to feel “relieved, relaxed, lighter and looser” after a therapy session.

 

Tui Na
The term Tui Na first appeared in the Ming Dynasty texts as pediatric tui na (xiao or tuina). “Tui” means to push an “Na” is squeezing and lifting techniques. Practitioners of Tui Na claim there are more than 365 hand techniques, although they can be generally placed in the category of pressing, rubbing, waving, shaking, percussion or manipulating.

 

Swedish
One of the most commonly taught and well-known massage techniques. Swedish massage is a vigorous system of treatment designed to energize the body by stimulating circulation. Five basic strokes, all flowing toward the heart, are used to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. The disrobed client is covered by a sheet with only the area being worked on exposed. Therapists use a combination of kneading, rolling, vibrational, percussive and tapping movements, with the application of oil, to reduce friction on the skin. The many benefits of Swedish massage may include generalized relaxation, dissolution of scar tissue adhesions and improved circulation, which may speed healing and reduce swelling from injury.

 

What is a Foot Massage / Reflexology Treatment?

 

A thorough acupressure of the foot’s reflexive points and nervous system. It increases blood pressure while decreasing circulation.

 

What are some benefits off Foot & Chair Massage?

 

Foot massage alleviates tension at the foot pain, neck pain, leg pain, sciatica, sinus, overweight, asthma, skin disease, hypertension, menstrual, impotence, urine frequency, constipation, stomach problem. Foot reflexology increase body energy and immunity Improves blood circulation ad metabolism,

 

Foot Massage / Reflexology Treatment

 

Foot Reflexology Massage (1 hour)


A complete session of relaxation. While you are relaxing in a 10 minutes combination of an oriental herb medicine foot bath, you will also receive a 10 minutes of shoulder and head massage. After the foot bath and shoulder/head massage, you will enjoy a refreshing exfoliating scrub and foot massage. This will leave your feet wonderfully refreshed and energized and a combination of pressure points and massage on the feet will restore the flow of energy throughout the body.

 

Foot Reflexology (1 hr) & Chair Body Massage (20 min) combo
A combination of Foot Reflexology Massage and Chair Body Massage.

 

Foot Reflexology (1 hr) & Chair Body Massage (30 min) combo
A combination of Foot Reflexology Massage and Chair Body Massage.

 

Foot Reflexology (1 hr) & Chair Body Massage (60 min) combo
A combination of Foot Reflexology Massage and Chair Body Massage.

 

Mini Facial $55

Mini Facial

 

Mini Facial & Body Massage combo $100
A combination of mini facial and body Massage.

 

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