Massage Therapy in Miami
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Meditation, Reiki, Massage Therapy, Bodytalk
A combination of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai Massage, Reiki and Bodywork to heal the body-mind. The result is a cumulative revitalization of energy and wellbeing. You leave the session with a renewed sense of health and vitality that reaches physical, mental, and emotional level.
Sessions are available at your location in Miami Beach hotels and private residences include: Therapeutic, Swedish, Deep Tissue and Swe-Thai by Jaime Izquierdo
What to Request for you Massage
A Light Swedish touch is perfect for relaxation, re-establishing circulation, and promote cleansing within your lymphatic system. This massage is perfect if you are in recovery from recent illness, medical procedures, or you simply want a light sensual experience that will relax and at the same time invigorate you.
A Firm Swedish touch is relaxing but addresses body aches and pains that requires attention. This massage is perfect when you want relaxation with some added low-intensity pressure. Some stretches and joint manipulations are also addressed.
A Deep Tissue massage is stronger in intensity within your pain tolerance. It is best when addressing chronic pain and limited range of motion. In this case one session will offer some relief from pain and discomfort but will usually require repeat sessions to return comfort and normal range of motion. You will experience some pain when we address deep muscles requiring attention to initiate recovery. Deep tissue massage is also good if you are an athlete or you have a higher than average body mass.
Massage therapy, when used for health care purposes, is a preventive system that can help you maintain perfect health and an overall sense of well being.
The benefits of Massage Therapy with Jaime?
Massage Therapy is healing, reconstituting, and proven to promote health and well being.
Massage Therapy has been used as a health maintenance system for over five thousand years and is one of the oldest medical practices recorded in history. It is defined today as the manual and scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body for establishing and maintaining good health and promoting wellness. It is used therapeutically to relieve symptoms of physical illness and to re-balance the different functions of the body. It improves and helps maintain overall health when used regularly, and helps return muscles to their original shape and flexibility, even during periods when physical exercise is not possible.
Stress is the source of many physical ailments that can be relieved with massage sessions. Eighty to Ninety percent of all disease is stress related and a gentle to deep massage promotes relaxation and ongoing physical health. Foot, spine, and head massage stops sleepless nights by promoting relaxation and rest. Other benefits of Massage include pain relieve, increased blood and lymph circulation, improved breathing patterns, muscle oxygenation, and flexibility.
Physically, Massage Therapy provides healing touch, and the manipulation of body tissue, muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia and skin. The effects have repercussion throughout all the body systems.
Physiologically, Massage Therapy benefits include improved blood circulation, and improved neurotransmitter and hormone levels. It affects blood viscosity promoting faster filtration rate, blood flow to the skin and muscular tissue, blood oxidation levels, surface temperature of tissue on treated areas, increased red and white cell counts, increased platelet count, and improved immune system health and function.
Psychologically, Massage Therapy reduces stress levels, and promotes the production of cortisol and other hormones that point to increased relaxation. It reduces anxiety, depression and stress promoting mind-body connection. It is effective treating hyperactivity disorders.
At the Musculoskeletal level, Massage Therapy decreases tension within muscle-tendon unit, delayed muscle soreness DOMS and blood indicators of muscle damage, increases range of motion by decreasing muscle pain or stiffness, decreases electromyography activity or electrical activity within the muscles by creating muscle relaxation and decreasing muscle fatigue.
The effects of Massage Therapy are not isolated to one tissue type only, or one isolated body system since it affects the entire person. It interrupts the pain cycle influencing the response to pain at the physical and mental levels.
When scheduling your session it is important to disclose any of the following conditions:
Anemia, Aneurysms, Left-Arm and upper back pain, Arteriosclerosis, Arthritis, Bleeding, Boils, Bursitis, Cancer, Contact Lenses, Cysts, Diabetes, Diverticulitis, Edema, Embolisms, Encephalitis, Erysipelas, Fever, Gout, Heart Problems, Hemophilia, Hematomas, Hepatitis, Jaundice, Hernias, Herniated Disc, Hypertension, Inflammation, Lice Lymphangitis, Mental Problems, Multiple Sclerosis, Open Wounds, Osteoporosis, Peritonitis, Phlebitis, Pregnancy, Ringworm, Skin Problems, Paralysis of any kind, Tuberculosis, Tumors, Varicose Veins, Tingling in any part of the body(Hands and Feet), Any Undiagnosed Problems
Read about the importance of touch, scientific research on the effects of human touch, article by Tiffany M. Field, PhD for The Touch Research Institute