Type of Massage

 

Aromatherapyaromatherapy

Aromatherapy is an herbal medicine technique used to enhance the natural benefits of massage. It uses fragrant oil extracts that are obtained from herbs, fruits, flowers, and other natural plants.

 

 


 

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Chair Massage is generally a shorter session than other massage techniques. Typically, a massage session will run between 10 and 30 minutes. Chair Massage mainly focuses on muscle tension and caters to your shoulders, back, head, neck, and arms.

 


 

Craniosacral Therapy (CST)craniosacral-therapy

CST addresses the inherent, gentle, rhythmic movement of the bones in the skull and their effect on the fluid that surrounds, bathes, and cushions the brain and spinal cord and runs throughout the body. Cranial bones move in miniscule amounts as a response to the production and absorption of cranial fluid. With head trauma, whiplash injury, or even severe stress, cranial bone movement can be compromised, resulting in headaches, dizziness, ringing in the ears, or vision disturbances. This therapy restores the normal movement of the cranial bones and fluid.

Craniosacral therapy can be independent of massage or can be integrated into a bodywork session. It is a therapeutic treatment for many conditions. Whiplash, headaches, tmjd, low back pain, depression are a few commonly treated conditions.


Deep Tissue Massage

Helps to relieve congestion and tightness in your muscles. Circulation is improved and oxygen deprived muscles are returned to a healthier state, thus breaking the pain cycle.


 

Hot Stone Massage

Incorporates smooth stones that have been warmed in water. The heated stones are either placed on areas of tightness or slowly massaged over muscles.
This warm stone massage provides a deeply relaxing and soothing experience. Cool stones are used to reduce inflammation.


NeuromuscularNeuromuscularPicture

Neuromuscular massage therapy, also known as medical massage, is a technique which focuses on realigning the deepest muscle tissue and connective tissue layers. This includes scar tissue, tendons, and fascial layers; the protective areas which surround your joints, muscles, and bones.


 

 Reflexology

Helps relieve congestion in the feet and corresponding reflex points in the body. Many energy meridian points begin or end in the feet, so this is an effect treatment to improve the flow of energy throughout the entire body.


Sports Massage

Helps active people stay active and at the top of their game. You will experience better range of motion and sports performance after receiving an integrated massage including assisted stretching,post isometric relaxation stretching and deep tissue massage.

Sports massage will also shorten recovery time and help prevent injuries.


Swedish MassageSwedish Massage Image

One of the most common forms of massage is the Swedish Massage. The primary goal of this therapeutic technique is to help relax your entire body. The style and pressure used can vary depending upon what you and your practitioner are trying to achieve with your session. This can be slow and gentle or a more vigorous approach.

Our Mission

I am dedicated to listening with my heart, hands and ears. I am committed to responding with compassionate care and skill to meet each person’s needs to the very best of my ability. The opportunity to help someone feel better, with less pain and more movement is one of the greatest gifts of my life.

Together we can, "Build a bridge to better health."

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Bridges Massage
Wendy Carroll, lmt

Westminster Health & Wellness Center
680 W 121st Ave #100
Westminster, CO 80234

303-457-4570
720-271-2814

wendy@bridgesmassage.com

Bridges Massage (inside the Westminster Health & Wellness Center) 680 W 121st Ave #100 Westminster, CO 80234 303-457-4570 and 720-271-2814
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