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Massage Therapy at Fort Worth Wellness

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy offers a multitude of benefits for both the body and mind. It helps alleviate stress, reduce muscle tension, improve circulation, and enhance overall relaxation. Regular massage sessions can also boost immune function, increase flexibility, and promote better sleep. At Fort Worth Wellness, we offer a range of therapeutic massage services to meet your needs, including Stress Relief Massage and Deep Tissue Massage. 

Stress Relief Massage

Our Stress Relief Massage is a full-body treatment that utilizes light to medium pressure with slow, long, flowing strokes. This technique helps regulate breathing, calm the mind, and enhance mobility. Often referred to as Swedish massage, it also draws inspiration from Esalen and Lomi Lomi traditions, providing a deeply relaxing experience.

Deep Tissue Massage

Our Deep Tissue Massage is a full-body treatment that combines firm to deep pressure techniques, including Myofascial Release and Thai Massage, performed on a table. Myofascial Release targets knots and adhesions deep within the layers of your fascia and muscles, while Thai Massage techniques enhance the experience. This massage style is both focused and flowing, with deep pressure strokes that glide along the length of your muscle fibers and friction techniques that apply pressure across the grain of your muscles to break up adhesions and align tissue fibers.

Thai Massage is an ancient practice that incorporates the arts of compression, rocking, joint mobilization, and stretching. This holistic approach creates space within the body, promoting overall relaxation and well-being.

FAQs About Massage Therapy

WHAT ARE SOME CONDITIONS MASSAGE THERAPY CAN HELP? Anxiety Depression Digestive disorders Fibromyalgia Headache Insomnia, better sleep Nerve pain Soft tissue strains and injuries Sports injuries Improved circulation Decreased muscle stiffness Decreased joint inflammation Quicker recovery between workouts Improved flexibility

HOW LONG DOES A MASSAGE LESSON LAST? A 30 or 60 minute massage is wonderful for relaxation. The 30 minute regular maintenance relaxation massages are ideal for chronic stress. To focus on just one area, 30 minutes is your best bet. A 60 to 90 minute deep tissue to receive the full body is both focused and relaxing.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I RECEIVE A MASSAGE? For tissue repair, at least once every three weeks. A monthly maintenance massage is ideal for those that are stressed out.

WHAT IF I CAN'T STRETCH? We don’t have to apply stretching if you are not open to it. If you have a recent injury, stretching won’t be used in that area. We will always discuss prior to your session.

HOW LONG DO THE BENEFITS OF A MASSAGE LAST? The beneficial affects of clearing the mind and relieving stress can last from a few hours to a few days.

WHEN SHOULD I NOT GET A MASSAGE? We don't receommend a massage when dealing with contagious skin conditions, contagious viral conditions, or if you have burns, including sunburns, rashes, or sores.

WHAT DOES A THAI MASSAGE INCLUDE? I use my hands, elbows, feet and knees—my entire body—to create a deep pressure.

DOES IT HURT? Relaxation massage does not hurt and deep tissue provided by me does not hurt.

Mary Cline

Massage Therapy

Mary Cline

Mary has dedicated herself to the art and science of massage therapy. Her journey into this profession was deeply personal, shaped by years of battling chronic migraines. Seeking a peaceful and fulfilling occupation, she discovered the profound healing power of massage, not only for herself but also as a gift she could share with others.

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