Massage Therapy in Burlington, VT

     First and foremost: The content of this page is designed to help anyone find the right type of massage therapy in Burlington, VT to fix/correct/relax whatever it is that you need. This information is formed based on my opinion (of course) as a Rolfer. As a Rolfer I have trained extensively in multiple forms of massage, I have worked in Spa’s, for other Massage Therapists, and for myself. As a working professional in massage therapy, I also receive many massages because my work is hard on my body. I’ve done my best to share this information and my experiences in an objective manner so that you can make more informed decisions about what form of Massage Therapy is best for you!

Relaxing Massages

When the primary goal of receiving a massage is relaxation, these modes of massage therapy work great!

Swedish Massage

Ideal for first time massage experiences. Long slow strokes using light to firm pressure are very relaxing. Great if you do not have any physical issues to address.

Shiatsu Massage

The massage therapist will use their fingertips to apply pressure that frees blockages in your natural energy flow (Qi). Knuckles or an elbow may be used to loosen muscles. This form of massage is great for your nervous system, digestion, insomnia, and headaches.

Prenatal Massage

Used by pregnant mothers to release the tension that the growing baby places on the mothers body. Can help reduce blood pressure, aids in flexibility, and is pampering every Mom deserves.

Pain Mitigation Massage Therapy

These are excellent forms of massage for those who are experiencing muscle soreness or regular muscle pain.

Deep Tissue Massage

A step above a receiving a relaxing massage, Deep Tissue massages use slow deep finger strokes to access the deepest layers of your muscle tissue. Great for relieving muscle soreness and tightness.

Sports Massage

Not just for athletes but great for anyone that stands for long periods of time in a day, lifts heavy objects, or has sore muscles due to repetitive movement. These massages use deep and targeted pressure on targeted areas to heal overuse injuries.
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