Learning Your Needs

An assessment is made of each Client's Skeletal alignment, muscular tension, fascia restrictions as well as past injuries. By addressing these variables a plan of action can be built to bring the body back to full health and range of motion. 

What are fascia restrictions?

Fascia is a thin, tough, elastic type of connective tissue that wraps all structures within the human body, including muscles and organs.  Fascia supports and protects these structures, and when is becomes restricted it reduces blood flow, range of motion, and slows recovery time.

Many things can cause these restrictions such as surgery, car wrecks, overuse from computer work or exercise, bad posture, incorrect body mechanics, and many other every-day habits we are unaware that we're doing.

By addressing the client's whole body, instead of just the muscular system, permanent solutions can be offered that traditional Swedish massage cannot. 


Deep Tissue Massage 

This massage focuses on the deepest layers of muscle tissue to relieve chronic muscular pain.

Swedish Massage

Also known as "relaxation massage", this is a good starting point for first-timers, and those sensitive to pressure.

Trigger Point Therapy

Relief of Referred Pain

Pain travels, and often-times can be relieved by massaging corresponding muscle groups that cause tension in other areas.

Active Release 

This method identifies and targets specific problem areas effected by scar tissue, injury, and lack of blood flow for faster healing.

Myofascial Release

This release treats skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, as well as eliminating scar tissue build up from injury or repetitive motion.

Lymphatic Drainage

Encourage the natural drainage of connective fluid, which carries toxins away from tissue. This treatment alleviates sinus issues, swelling and fluid retention in limbs and joints.

Craniosacral Alignment

This gentle touch stimulates the immobile joints of the cranium. 

TMJ Relief

The release of symptoms caused by jaw clenching, teeth grinding, and driving in the Houston Area. 

     Massages are available in 60 and 90 minute sessions, and for patients with low mobility, can be be scheduled in the comfort of your own home, with added travel fees.