We offer both Integrative Bodywork and Deep Tissue Massage Therapy. Integrative Bodywork could be described as a balanced approach of highly therapeutic work combined with deep components of relaxation incorporating Swedish Massage techniques. Deep Tissue Massage Therapy targets specific areas for deeper, more technical work and would aid in alleviating chronic pain, regaining mobility and function, and/or rehabilitating from injury.
With 10 years dedicated to treating specific injuries doing Medical Massage, Ranpreet specializes in Specific Injury Work, Deep Tissue and Neuromuscular Therapies pre- and post-operative rehabilitation, with the option of Cupping Therapy and Far Infrared (FIR) Therapy with all Deep Tissue sessions. Ranpreet also offers Integrative Massage Therapy, which incorporates longer, fluid strokes for deeper relaxation and is beneficial for Trauma Informed Bodywork.
The Tula Table™ model places the client at the center of every treatment. You design your treatment. You may discuss your goals with Ranpreet and each treatment may be customized to meet your needs. Ranpreet has a remarkable aptitude for choosing which techniques and approaches would be most effective to address specific concerns and will discuss these with you. Ranpreet is also very receptive to the techniques you would like to incorporate and will tailor any session accordingly. A comprehensive variety of techniques may be incorporated into any session, including Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapies, Table Thai Stretching and Swedish Massage.
All Therapeutic Massagesessions include Optional Chinese Cupping or Far Infrared (FIR) Therapy add-ons at no additional cost.
Tula Table™ Specialized Massage Techniques
Neuromuscular Therapy- Manual pressure and friction techniques are used to release tender or trigger points; trigger points are defined as tender, small contraction knots that typically refer pain, called "active" trigger points. Myofascial Release- Long, firm stretching strokes are employed without the use of oils to release fascial restrictions in the soft tissue caused by trauma and injury, poor posture, or inflammation; fascia is defined as a band or sheet of connective tissue that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs. Learn More in detail about Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Bodywork, & Deep Tissue Massage in the recent blog Massage Techniques for Injury Work | Choosing the Best Massage Therapist.
Cupping Therapy- Chinese cupping mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing; treats pain, deep scar tissues in the muscles and connective tissue, muscle knots, and swelling.
Far Infrared (FIR) Therapy- Far infrared waves are easily absorbed into our skin as deep as 3½ inches to treat muscle and joint pain; promotes metabolism and improved circulation and gives strength to the immune system by our bodies' absorption of 33 key minerals coated into the iron mineral plate of the TDP (“special electromagnetic spectrum”) Lamp. Learn More about "How does this "Miracle Lamp" Benefit Massage Therapy?"
A free phone consultation is provided (828) 276-3475 to better understand each client's goals for therapeutic treatment and to answer any questions regarding modalities for an optimal treatment plan to reach those goals. The treatments performed are recorded and documented to achieve maximum results.