Massage Therapy | Ormond Beach Florida
Feeling Tense? Our Ormond Massage Spa Can Help!
Welcome to Ormond Massage and Wellness, we understand that with all that life can throw at you it is common to remain in a semi-constant state of tension. That is why our massage therapists in Ormond Beach are committed to helping you experience the many benefits of professional massage that include:
- Relaxation: The counter to the stress hormone cortisol (which promotes weight gain, digestive issues, migraines, and other issues), massage is crucial to good health.
- Stress Reduction: Regular sessions with a professional massage therapist can lead to an increase in energy levels and an overall improvement in mood and mental focus.
- Lower Blood Pressure: People with high blood pressure conditions are among those that benefit the most from properly executed massage therapy.
- Muscle Relaxation and Improved Healing Ability: That constant state of tension we spoke of can actually prohibit your body’s natural ability to heal and restore itself.
- Improved Circulation: Another aspect that involves self-healing, the benefit of improved circulation to help the body remove harmful waste buildups in the body is profound.
- Improved Posture: With many people sitting in front of computers in today’s working world it is no surprise that poor posture is common (reversible with massage therapy).
We are a luxury day spa in Ormond Beach Florida helping people combat health issues by improving the body’s natural ability to heal and fight disease with specialized massage therapy techniques and customized treatment programs.
Massage techniques with you in mind...
Classic Swedish Massage:
When you are in need of relaxation, this is the massage that will transport you there. Long, flowing strokes and light pressure induce a sense of calmness and tranquility to help you reduce your stress, boost your immune system and promote a sense of wellbeing.
60min. 75 min. 90 min. ask about our prices
Deep Tissue / Sports Massage
Do you have aches and pains? Limited mobility in your neck, shoulders, or other areas? Persistent pain or numbness in your legs? Are you active and need relief after working out? If you answered yes to any of these question, then this is the massage you need to book today. The therapist will work with medium to strong pressure to help you on your road to wellness.
Hot Stone Massage
When you want to relax or want the therapeutic benefits of deep tissue without the deep pressure turn to a soothing hot stone massage. The heat from the stones sinks into the layers of muscles to provide targeted work or promote warmth and increased circulation throughout your body.
Do you have little time or just one problem area you would like to work on? Book a mini massage today and out therapist will focus and target what you need.
Cranial sacral therapy (also known as craniosacral therapy) is a gentle, noninvasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression in those areas which alleviates stress and pain.
Cranial sacral therapy seeks to restore the natural position of the bones and can decrease stress from chronic injuries as well as provide relief from migraine headaches, neck and back pain, temporomandibular joint disorder (the inflammation of the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull) and more.
According to the National Headache Foundation, approximately 28 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches. Often, migraines are triggered or exacerbated by stress and poor sleep. In a study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, researchers found that participants who received bodywork like Cranial Sacral Therapy had better quality sleep and fewer migraines than participants who didn’t. Effects even lasted up to three weeks after therapy ended.
Another way to address pain in the head is through scalp massage, which can be extremely relaxing. “Many people don’t realize we have muscles on our scalp,” says Melissa Wheeler, a massage therapist and the teacher training coordinator for the National Holistic Institute in Emeryville, California. “Those muscles are responsible for making our facial expressions, and there can be a lot of tension there, especially when staring at a computer all day or when we are under a lot of stress.” Not only that, but the scalp tends to get ignored on a daily basis. “It’s tension we’re not usually aware of,” Wheeler says. “Many people feel that tension melt away when their head is massaged.”
You can add Cranial Sacral Therapy to any massage session by asking your professional massage therapist before your session begins.