Swedish Massage therapy is a physical modality aimed at supporting an individual’s ability to experience increasing levels of health and wellness through muscle manipulation, stretching, and palpation. Swedish massage incorporates long gliding strokes, kneading, cross fiber friction, tapping, and shaking motions to release constricted muscle tissue. Originally developed and popularized by Swedish physical education pioneer Pehr Henrik Ling, Swedish massage is one of the most widely recognized forms of massage therapy in the United States today.
Favored for it’s gentle, soothing movements, Swedish massages are ideal for individuals who prefer a massage that involves the use of lighter pressure. Due to it’s nurturing nature, Swedish massages are also ideal for individuals experiencing moderate chronic pain, muscle weakness, or fragility in bones and joints. This dynamic modality promotes a deep connection to self and restoration of the parasympathetic nervous system. For more information on Swedish massages, contact us or call (720) 248-8572.
The primary purpose of Swedish massage therapy is to support an individual’s ability to experience any or all of the following:
- Relief of physical aches and pains
- Healing after injury
- Balance within the nervous system
- Relief from stress
- Increased range of motion
- Recovery after travel
- Increased circulation
- Health in Lymphatic System
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Whether you’re interested in a single session, or ready to commit to a deeper process, we would be honored to support you on your journey. Every client matters to us. Contact us via phone, contact form, or email and we will reply within 48 hours to schedule your free, 20-minute phone consultation.