top of page


1 Hour 

An Insightful Overview

Deep tissue massage is a therapeutic technique that specifically targets the deeper layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia. While it shares some similarities with Swedish massage, deep tissue massage distinguishes itself by its focused approach on chronic muscle tension relief and its more intense pressure. This type of massage can be particularly effective in addressing areas of discomfort, such as the neck, upper back, lower back, legs, and shoulders.

The slower, deliberate movements used in deep tissue massage are designed to access deeper muscle layers, aiming to release built-up tension and alleviate stiffness. While the technique offers various benefits, including improved circulation and reduced pain and inflammation, it's essential to note that due to the intense pressure involved, some clients might experience temporary soreness after the massage.

However, deep tissue massage might not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as blood clotting disorders or recent surgeries, should consult a medical professional before considering this type of massage. Additionally, seeking out a qualified and experienced massage therapist is crucial to ensure that the treatment is performed safely and effectively.

BENEFITS of Deep-Tissue  Massage

  • Chronic pain management

  • Alleviating lower back pain

  • Enhancing mobility and flexibility

  • Addressing injuries (whiplash, falls, sports-related)

  • Relieving repetitive strain injuries (like carpal tunnel syndrome)

  • Correcting postural issues

  • Easing muscle tension in specific areas (hamstrings, upper back, etc.)

  • Soothing osteoarthritis discomfort

  • Mitigating sciatic nerve pain

  • Tackling piriformis syndrome

  • Treating tennis elbow

  • Providing relief for fibromyalgia symptoms

  • Managing muscle tension and spasms

  • Alleviating post-workout muscle soreness and tension

Massage Therapy
bottom of page