Neuromuscular massage is an advanced specialized form of deep tissue massage in which quasi-static deep digital pressure and friction are used to release areas of strain in the muscle. It helps treat acute pain, chronic pain and injuries and it's particularly useful in improving muscular and postural imbalances. 

STRESS

Helps prevent injuries.  Promotes better sleep. Strengthens the immune system.  Reduces stress, anxiety, depression, headaches, muscular pain, adhesions & fascial restrictions, scar tissue and fatigue.  Improves mental clarity, athletic performance, posture & structural balance, skin tone, contraction ability of muscles, range of motion, blood and lymphatic flow.  Increases muscular strength & flexibility, elasticity & resiliency of muscles.  Faster recovery time for overworked muscles, improves collagen remodeling. Relieves muscle cramping, trigger point pain and dysfunction. 


Reiki is universal life  energy used to promote healing, relaxation through the bodies energy field. 

 

Pain in your upper shoulders near your neck is sometimes related to an upper rib being out of place.  Massage can help relieve the muscle tension usually the first visit.

What is Neuromuscular Massage

What is Reiki

Stacey Simpson has been practicing massage therapy since 2003, graduating from Cottonwood School of Massage where she was nominated as one of The Denver Posts top  students.  Stacey started Massage Temp, which was the nations first and only temporary and substitute massage business in 2005. While contracting with Melange Spa her massage was recognized in 5280 magazine.


Stacey has worked most of her career in Chiropractic and Physical Therapy clinics. Specializing in rehabilitation and specific injury, utilizing Neuromuscular and Trigger point therapy to release muscle pain and tension in a specific manner which is highly effective while fusing Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myo-fascial, Reiki and Energy work to give you the best massage possible. 


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No matter your lifestyle there is no escaping stress.  Muscle fatigue, injury, over use and even mental stress  are a part of the daily grind, and when it comes to reducing the effects of  stress, massage is one of the best remedies.

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Is your rib out?

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