Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
Optimize Your Health & Wellbeing
BoulderBodyworks offers a selection of therapeutic massage treatments and restorative forms of bodywork. Some sessions blend various modalities while others work within a single modality to reduce pain, correct posture, inform the nervous system and unlock patterns of holding.
Types of Massage & Bodywork Offered
CranioSacral is a gentle treatment of the central nervous system and the surrounding meningeal membranes, fluid system, and osseous structures. Manipulations of the joints and tissues in the cranium, pelvis, and spine are subtle yet effective at clearing lesions in the craniosacral system. This method promotes cerebrospinal fluid to function optimally in its role of protection, nourishment, and detoxification of the brain and spinal cord. With the central nervous system being essential in all body functions, affecting change within this network can have significant implications on health.
Medical Massage & Manual Therapy
Medical Massage & Manual Therapy are clinical approaches to the structural and functional relationships of the body. Structures involved in dysfunction, pain, or disability are evaluated through comprehensive assessment and addressed as part of the whole system. This type of therapy acknowledges the individual’s specific needs and avoids painful or aggressive healing methods. Instead, the body’s natural homeostatic processes are supported. Although musculoskeletal structures are treated more directly in this work, joint structures, connective tissue, and the central nervous system are also considered to ensure balanced mobility.
An integrative massage modality that uses various techniques such as Swedish massage, Myofascial Release, trigger point therapy and sustained deep pressure to relieve muscle tension in the muscles and fascia.
Pre + Post Natal Massage
Keep body and mind in good health during pregnancy. Or as a new mother, receive restoration and balance with Post-Natal Massage techniques.
This form of massage focuses on relaxation and stress reduction and it affects the nerves, muscles, glands and circulation while promoting health and well-being.
Benefits of Massage
Studies have shown that massage is helpful for:
- Anxiety and stress relief
- Digestive disorders
- Soft tissue strains and injuries
- Improving posture
- Treating headaches
- Reducing insomnia related to stress
- Treating repetitive strain
- Enhancing energy and alertness
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