AerialBodies Fitness – West Palm Beach
Pilates, Yoga, Personal Training & Massage Therapy
Decreases pain and increases functioning in:
Helps treat an manage symptoms or complications of:
Psychological, emotional, and physical benefits:
Massage is part of complementary and integrative medicine. It’s increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations.
Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension. Beyond the benefits for specific conditions or diseases, massage often produces feelings of caring, comfort and connection to those who are living with serious illness, treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation, depression and other stressful situations. Caretakers get special relief from their stress with massage.
Medical Neuromuscular Therapy Massage – Works on triggers points, fascia system of the body, tendons attachments and ligaments, to help give muscles the tension/length that is needed to heal injuries. Excellent for scar tissue build up and bunched up muscles due to stress, workouts and bad ergonomic posture at work.
Deep Tissue Massage – Slower, more-forceful strokes to target the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. You will feel this massage on the table, but experience relief from your symptoms for many days. Helpful for athletes in combination with Sport Massage. Sport Massage – A combination of deep compression strokes and stretches prepares athletes for events by getting the blood flow going prior to tournaments or after an event to restore muscle tension/length and alleviate lactic acid build up. Used by professional athletes and amateurs wishing to improve their game. Trigger Point Massage – Focuses on areas of tight muscle fibers that can form in muscles after injuries or overuse, this massage is very helpful in relieving pain.
Active Isolated Stretching – The Aaron Mattes method of stretching is wonderful to counteract the effects of muscle shortening due to posture or injury. Although this is not a passive modality, it will help reprogram the nervous system and muscle length through movement, excellent for athletes and Parkinson patients.
Lymphatic Drainage – Medical massage used to relieve lymphedema which occurs after radiation treatment, infection, trauma, surgery, breast surgery or childbirth. Lymphedema may occur immediately after radiation or surgery, or weeks, months and even years later. Fractures and sprains may also cause lymphedema swelling that does not resolve itself. Constipation is also addressed by this type of massage. A combination of Vodder and Leduc techniques used. Chair Massage – For busy bees, you keep your clothes on and enjoy a pressure point massage at lunch or between appointments with some much needed stretches. Minimum 20 minutes. $2/Min. Swedish Massage – Gentle massage using long strokes, kneading, deep circular movements, vibration and tapping.
Sciatica Relief – Lower back pain relief in order to increase mobility and function.
Thai Yoga Massage – Without oils and with clothes on. The Wat -Poh technique uses acupressure points on meridians and stretches the whole body safely.
Reflexology – This helps feet with tension of working and walking all day. Reflexology is not used for diagnostic purposes but rather works on the reflex zones and helps alleviate pain.