Deep Tissue Massage

Deep finger pressure and slow, measured strokes

Realign the deepest layers of your muscles with its surrounding connective tissue

Deep Tissue Massage (DTM) is an often doctor-recommended therapy particularly beneficial for those with contracted areas — stiff necks, nagging upper back pain, leg and shoulder soreness — and sufferers of chronic pain. Using deep finger pressure and slow, measured strokes, DTM achieves two primary goals: the realignment of deep layers of muscle with their surrounding connective tissue, and the breaking apart of bands of adhesions that form deep within muscles.

Performed properly, DTM is an effective therapy for pain reduction and injury recovery. Many common injuries best treated by DTM are those that occur from repetitive motions, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow. Some patients experience initial pain and discomfort during and immediately following DTM procedures, but pain generally subsides within 24 hours and healing begins.

Known benefits of Active Bodywork’s Deep Tissue Massage include:

  • Increased blood flow to muscles and throughout the body
  • Reduced inflammation at injury sites
  • After some possible initial discomfort, dramatic reductions in pain
  • Lowered levels of both systolic and diastolic blood pressure
  • Increased production of the neurotransmitter serotonin, and improved mood

Ready for your Deep Tissue Massage?

You can book the following today!

  • 90 minute Deep Tissue Massage : $110
  • 60 minute Deep Tissue Massage : $85
  • 30 minute Deep Tissue Massage : $50

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But that’s not all we do.
Read more about our other therapies.

Advanced Therapy (AT)

Our experienced therapists will apply specific pressure and tension in focused areas and guide it through it’s range of motion.

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Sports Massage Therapy (SMT)

A broad term covering several different techniques, SMT focuses on injury prevention, often combining therapeutic massages with targeted stretches and movements.

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