Massage Therapy Omaha

Massage Therapist - Swedish Massage - Deep Tissue - Sports Massage - Skin Care - Facials - Wax & Tint
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Transverse Friction Massage
What is transverse friction massage? Transverse means to go across and friction means to just apply pressure to the muscle underneath the skin. So transverse friction massage is basically moving the skin with your fingers, transverse over muscle fibers or across the mu...

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Petrissage is a stroke that goes slightly deeper effleurage, but still consists of short movements that involve mostly the skin and facia. We're doing a lot of picking up, squeezing, pushing or skin roll of the muscle tissues and this can be a great warm up for the muscle while still stimulating ...

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Myofacial release is done using little to no oil or lotion, and it's a moderate traction and twisting of the facia. This allows greater blood flow and greater range of motion within the connective issues. And it can be done and using stretching of the body parts and deep tractioning.

Compression or trigger point therapy is another technique. This is a static hold on an area of the body was a specific point in the tissue or muscle. Ischemic Compression is the word meaning no blood flow to the area. And this is essentially what we do to the muscle trigger point that eliminates...

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The Friction Massage Technique. This is hands down to the best technique I found for the releasing of muscle tension and trigger points. The pressure is pushing past the skin applying directly to the muscle along the entire length of the muscle. Each of these moves is slow and controlled and we c...

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Effleurage Technique is a Swedish massage method that is very light and glides over the skin. The strokes usually go towards the heart, but the light nature of the touch can allow the strokes to go in any direction. The main purpose of this is to provide relaxation and really warm up the clients ...

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Face and neck massage provides relaxation and relief. Just to get started here running the fingers up the back of the neck along the vertebrae alongside and letting the head roll side to side. With face work I don't like to use a whole lot. We're going to start by just massaging the chin, drawing...

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The area of the upper legs is an area that is often neglected in deference to the shoulders and neck. But there's a lot of tension that we can carry in our legs as well. There are some great massage techniques to relax as tight muscles in your legs. We're going to focus primarily on the upper leg...

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A deep tissue massage is beneficial to help loosen those tight spots in you upper back, shoulders and the spine. These techniques help to break up those tension spots and are really really key for relieving headache tension as well as muscular tension from sitting at a desk, working, or drivi...

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Massage Therapy / In Home Service

Massage Therapy not only feels great, but it has many health benefits, including being an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension. When you visit your local massage clinic or spa, you can often be overwhelmed with a menu of choices. So here's a quick guide to the wise popular types of massage therapy to help you figure out which style is right for you.

Swedish massage therapy is very popular. Therapists used long, smooth strokes, kneading and circular movements on superficial layers of muscle using massage lotion or oil. It can be very gentle and relaxing if you have never had massage before, this is a good one to try first.

Aromatherapy massage has the addition of scented plant oils called essential oils to address specific needs. The therapist can select oils that are relaxing, energizing, stress reducing or balancing depending on your needs. It's perhaps best for stress or conditions with an emotional component. Growing in popularity is the hot stone massage. Heated smooth stones are placed on certain points on the body to warm and loosen tight muscles and to balance energy centers. The therapist may also hold the stones and apply gentle pressure with them. The warmth is comforting and hot stone massage is a good for people who have muscle tension but prefer a nice massage.

Deep tissue massage goes further into the inner layers of muscle and tendons. Slower strokes or friction techniques are concentrated across the length of the muscle. For typically rigid muscles that are in pain, repetitive strain, bad posture or to help recover from muscle pulls. It is good for injury recover, loosening knotted muscles and people often feel sore for one or two days afterwards.

Shiatsu massage is a full and Japanese body work that uses localized finger pressure and a rhythmic sequence on acupuncture meridians. Each meridian position is held for a short period.  First time users are frequently surprised by how relaxing it is, even though the pressure is firm.

Thai massage treats the body using gentle pressure on specific points. It can also includes various muscle lengthening techniques. The body is moved to various positions. It's like yoga, but without doing any work. Thai massage is more energizing and it also reduces stress and improves flexibility and range of motion.

Sports massage is specifically designed for people who are involved in physical activity so that you don't have to be a professional athlete to have one. It is beneficial for athletes and workers who encounter heavy workloads daily.   Usually it's not relaxation, but more about enhancing performance. Stretching techniques are used to help soften muscles and increase range of motion. 

Some massage clinics and spa's also offer 30 minute back or head neck and shoulder massages. These can be a great option if you have limited time with budget and just want an express treatment to relieve any tension or strains.

Massage Therapy Omaha
16419 Browne St 
Omaha, NE 68116
(402) 238-1066



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