One of the most sought-after massage types at New Hope Health Center is Swedish massage. Known for its gentle, flowing strokes and emphasis on relaxation, Swedish massage helps reduce stress, alleviate muscle tension, and improve circulation. It also offers free hot stone during the therapy, which uses heated stones to relax muscles and soothe tension, and aromatherapy massage, incorporating essential oils to enhance the therapeutic benefits of the massage. It’s an excellent choice for those looking to unwind and recharge.
For individuals dealing with chronic pain or specific muscle issues, deep tissue massage is a popular option. This technique involves targeted pressure on deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue, making it effective for addressing pain, tension, and stiffness.
Please introduce Thai Deep Tissue and Asian Deep Tissue, which:
- Thai focus on specific problems, like stiffness in body joints or stubborn knots that won’t go away (from the internet).
- Asian focus on human acupuncture points (ie. use fingers to press acupuncture points), which help the stagnated qi flowing in the body through “meridians”, or body channels.
Here is a picture of what’s happening in Thai therapy (below)
Sports massage is another specialty at the center, catering to athletes and active individuals. This massage focuses on preventing and treating sports-related injuries, enhancing flexibility, and improving performance. Prenatal massage is tailored to expectant mothers, providing relief from the discomforts of pregnancy, such as back pain and swelling, while promoting relaxation and overall well-being.
Each massage session at New Hope Health Center is conducted by skilled and licensed massage therapists who customize the treatment to meet the unique needs and preferences of the patient… (Here, I hope you could spot that our masseurs are not only very capable, they are also trustworthy seniors who have been in the industry for more than 10 years.)
(We have 2 store located at New Hope, one is on Main St and one is on Bridge St.)