Whether you're stressed, handling an acute or chronic issue, or simply need to help your tense muscles relax, Nourish Therapeutic Massage is here to offer you relief.
Customized to meet your needs each and every time
Each session will be tailored to your individual needs, during a brief intake we will discuss which techniques are most relevant to your physical and mental goals for your session. These techniques may include, but are not limited to, cupping, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, Swedish & relaxation-based massage, sports massage, hot stone work and the use of topical creams or essential oils.
Support for those affected by cancer through treatment and beyond
This treatment is meant for those in active treatment, recovery or survivorship, or end of life. Some modifications that will be made to your session may be virtually imperceptible to you as a recipient while others may be quite obvious, but they are essential to safety and proper support of your well being.
MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE (MLD)
MLD uses very light pressure and gentle, rhythmic strokes in a specific sequence and direction to increase the flow of lymph and reduce toxins in your body.
MLD is used in the treatment of lymphedema which is the swelling of a body part caused by an abnormal accumulation of fluid, proteins and cellular waste in the tissues under the skin. It can also be beneficial for everyone as it supports your lymph system in transporting nutrients and oxygen to cells, collecting toxins on the way and flushing them out through the lymph nodes.
Chair Massage is performed in a specially designed chair typically focused on the neck, shoulders, back and arms while you remain clothed.
Chair massage can be performed as a stand alone treatment at my office or you can contact me to coordinate a one time or ongoing chair massage program at your place of business. If you think your workplace could benefit from office massages contact me today to discuss.
Elevate the pain and stress relief of your massage with the addition of CBD
CBD is the non-psychoactive compound of the cannabis plant, it is anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain relieving). CBD works to stimulate your own endocannabinoid system, it is associated with reducing pain and inflammation, calming the nervous system, and regulating sleep.
HOW MUCH TIME DO I NEED
The first thing to consider when you schedule a massage is whether you want a full body massage or only part of the body.
Next, you’ll need to consider what you want to accomplish. For most people, their purpose falls into one of two categories: specific pain relief or general relaxation.
If you’re looking for specific pain relief and only part of the body, then a 30, 45 or 60 minute session is a great option.
I would also suggest those durations if you’re just looking for general relaxation with no specific work ... 60 minutes is enough time to cover the entire body whereas 30 would be good for a deep dive for hands, head and feet.
To allow for general relaxation but also some specific work in one or two areas 75 or 90 minutes might be a good place to start.
120 minutes should be reserved for those looking for a complete head-to-toe maintenance,
combining specific work to several areas as well as time to relax.
ADDITIONS TO YOUR TREATMENT
Smooth, heated stones are incorporated into the massage intermittently, enhancing the nurturing and therapeutic effect by helping to sedate your nervous system, loosen tense muscles and reduce stress and anxiety.
Deepen the benefits of your massage with a customized aromatherapy blend. Your massage therapist will assist you in choosing the perfect combination of essential oils to enhance your massage and address your individual concerns.
By creating suction and negative pressure, cupping therapy lifts connective tissue, releases rigid tissue and loosens adhesions. Cupping pulls stagnation, waste, and toxins to the skin level where it can be easily flushed out by the lymphatic and circulatory system. It also engages the parasympathetic nervous system, thus allowing deep relaxation throughout the entire body.
CBD SPOT TREATMENT
Choosing a massage therapist is a personal choice, the relationship between therapist and client is as important and nuanced as the work itself. Contact me to see if I could be the right fit for you.
269 Hanover Street, Building 2,
Hanover, MA 02339
CBD is the non-psychoactive compound of the cannabis plant, it is anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain relieving). It is known for accelerating the recovery and healing process of injured connective tissue.