Osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) relaxes and engages tissue to help alleviate pain from misaligned or restricted joints and to assist in the movements of fluid through the body.
Manual lymphatic drainage encourages the natural drainage of the lymphatid system to help the body perform its natural detoxification.
Post-partum massage therapy utilizes muscle traction techniques, and the goal for each massage session is to even out the height of the hips and return the symphysis pubis joint to its state before the pregnancy and delivery.
This type of massage can be performed four weeks after a natural delivery or 12 weeks after a C-section.
Sports massage combines myofascial, trigger point, sports, passiv/assisted/active mobilizations, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) techniques to improve posture, increase range of motion, and endurance.