in a powerful mind-body connection. Mental and physical stress both lead to muscle spasms, pain, and dysfunction. A proactive approach to self-care, including massage therapy, breaks the pain-spasm cycle allowing you to regain optimal health and wellness.
W E F I R M L Y
your health and wellness in any way. We take our opportunity to serve you seriously, and remain dedicated to increase our knowledge and skills so we may confidently offer you the absolute best individualized treatment and care.
W E W I L L N E V E R
Take control of your overall health, body and mind. Counteract your stressors and active lifestyle with self-care to find mental and physical balance.
Y O U A R E
We allow ample time before and after each session to give you our undivided attention and make you feel like our only client. Your treatment time begins after our initial intake and assessment, giving you the full scheduled time on the table.
Scope of Practice
Massage and bodywork therapy practices are designed to promote and maintain the health and well-being of the client, but do not include the diagnosis of illness, disease, impairment or disability. We are trained to recognize dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system, abnormalities of the skin, and symptoms of common health conditions so we may determine if massage is safely indicated or if we should refer you out to your general practitioner, dermatologist, orthopedist, physical therapist, or chiropractor.
Massage and Bodywork therapies are not appropriate or safe for those with certain medical conditions or symptoms because those contraindications present a risk for the client or therapist’s health. Medical clearance will be needed from your doctor following surgery or any major medical issue or diagnosis.
Local contraindications, such as varicose veins and open abrasions, may be safely avoided while you receive bodywork. Systemic contraindications, such as fever or infection, make massage unsafe because it can worsen the condition or spread disease.
How often should you receive
massage and bodywork?
This usually depends on your activity and stress levels.
In general, a monthly massage is a great way to be proactive in maintaining your health and preventing pain and dysfunction.
If you lead a more active lifestyle, we recommend you receive bodywork every 2-3 weeks to help you recover faster and stay active longer.
When dealing with specific injury recovery, more frequent bodywork is ideal until the problem is resolved.
Symptoms from overuse or repetitive holding patterns tend to return if you continue the activity. We recommend you book about every three weeks, pay attention to how your body recovers, and adjust your treatment schedule to receive bodywork before the onset of pain or dysfunction.
What are the benefits of being
a client at Recover Bodywork?
Enjoy a complimentary add-on upgrade for up to 2 sessions in your birthday month!
Receive a $20 Account Credit for
each successful new client referral
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your activity at Recover Bodywork
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