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Modalities


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Modalities


Techniques

Along with Massage Therapy, Tuan is trained in complementary techniques that can be applied to tailor treatments to each individual. 
 

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Fascial Stretch Therapy


Fascial Stretch Therapy


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Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a very unique system of manual therapy.  FST is a passive stretching therapy that targets global fascial networks and unlike typical static stretch, it involves more than just muscle groups. The overall goal of FST is to have you feeling like you're wearing your favorite pair of sweatpants as opposed to jeans that just came out of the dryer.  A typical FST session has the client on the table while the therapist passively moves different body parts into positions of dynamic stretch.  All stretches are tuned to the clients breathing and are NEVER painful.  Clients regularly come out of treatments with a big smile on their faces and combined with massage therapy, the results have been very positive. As a whole, Fascial Stretch Therapy is a great tool that can be used in many circumstances including relaxation, rehabilitation and regular maintenance

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Cupping


Cupping


Cupping is a technique that uses small glass or silicone cups to provide negative pressure on the body, causing the skin and superficial fascia to be lightly drawn into the cup.  The intended effect is an increase of space in between these tissues promoting fluid and nutrient travel.  Cupping can also release superficial fascial adhesions and reduce tension in areas of increased muscle tone.  When combined with massage, Cupping allows the therapist to access the deeper tissues of a client with much more ease and efficiency.

 

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Kinesiology taping


Kinesiology taping


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Kinesiology tape is an elastic tape that is applied to a client's body to help with various conditions including rehabilitation and performance. When applied along muscles, ligaments and tendons, Kinesology tape can provide mechanical support or facilitate an increase/decrease of neuro-firing to the targeted area. This method can be effective when the goal is to increase a client's body./muscle awareness in a specific area or movement.   When applied to areas of swelling, Kinesiology tape creates a subtle lift of the skin and superficial tissues. This lift, combined with regular bodily movements, can cause a pumping action allowing more fluid to enter and leave the swollen area.  Kinesology tape is a great tool to help prolong the effects of massage treatment. When applied correctly, the tape can last up to a week!

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IASTM


Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation

IASTM


Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation

Instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation involves the use of external implements to treat and assess soft tissue.  It can be very effective when treating scar tissue build up from chronic injuries, surguries or fascial restrictions.

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Neuro-Functional acupuncture


Neuro-Functional acupuncture


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