Commonly, trauma is known as a physical injury that can be seen and felt. Every trauma has a physical, neurological, and emotional connection to the experience. Many massage techniques have beneficial effects on transitioning the body out of all types of injury and trauma. In a restful state and with focused manual therapy, the intrinsic healer within can return function and balance back into the body.
Commonly, trauma is known as a physical injury that can be seen and felt. Additionally, it has an emotional and neurological component that often gets overlooked. Whichever type of trauma the body experiences, it will also have components of the other; they are connected as a whole human experience.
Many massage techniques have beneficial effects on transitioning the body out of trauma and restoring function and balance. The human body is designed to heal itself and can only do so effectively in rest.
Integrated into all of my massage treatments is a significant relaxation component that encourages deep, restful breathing and meditation to connect the mind and the body, providing the foundation for repair. Alongside relaxation techniques are effective manual methods that directly target specific body systems to complete the healing process. Combined, they create a powerful and effective method for decreasing pain, anxiety, stress, tension, and stiffness, and increasing overall health and well-being.