Top Form Massage and Body Work
If you said “yes” to any of the above questions, then Massage and Body Work Therapy at Onshore Therapy with Top Form Solutions is perfect for you!
Massage and Body Work Therapy is for anyone. From people dealing with chronic pain to the individual looking to relax after enduring weeks of stress or even the athlete who is constantly active and wants to find a way to release tension and stress from their muscles — massage therapy is the answer you’ve been searching for.
What Is Massage and Body Work Therapy?
Massage and Body Work therapy is the manipulation of the body’s soft tissues — muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and skin. It helps with overall pain, fatigue, tension, and stress.
Our massage and Body Work therapy is unique because we use a combination of different techniques to tailor each session to the individual client. Our therapists are highly trained and experienced and they use their skills to provide a truly personalized and effective massage.
Additionally, our facilities are peaceful, clean, and designed for maximum relaxation and comfort — ensuring that our clients leave feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
Overall, what sets us apart is our commitment to providing top-quality personalized care to each and every one of our clients. We know that no two clients’ pain or experiences are the same, so listening to what the problem areas are and being able to come up with an effective massage is how we ensure you leave us feeling better than before.
The Benefits of Massage and Body Work Therapy
There are many benefits when it comes to massage and Body Work therapy, making it an excellent choice for anyone looking to improve their overall well-being.
Some ways in which massage can be beneficial for you include:
If you’re interested in learning more about Massage and Body Work Therapy here at Onshore Therapy with Top Form Solutions, be sure to ask us about our availability TODAY!
FAQs about Massage and Body Work Therapy
The length of a massage can vary, but most sessions are typically 60 minutes — but you can choose to do a 30-minute or 90-minute massage.
Massage therapy is generally considered safe when performed by a trained therapist. However, it is important to inform your massage therapist of any medical conditions or medications you are taking, as certain conditions or medications may contraindicate massage or require the massage therapist to use caution.
During a massage therapy session, you will typically be asked to lie on a massage table where you will be draped with a sheet or towel for modesty and comfort, and the massage therapist will use various techniques to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. You should communicate with your massage therapist about the pressure, technique, and areas of the body that you would like them to focus on.
Insurance classifies massage therapy as wellness or alternative therapy and is typically not covered by insurance.
It is important to wear loose, comfortable clothing to your session so you can easily change into the appropriate attire. During a massage therapy session, you will typically be asked to remove your clothing down to your underwear where you will then be given a draped sheet or towel for modesty and comfort.
It is generally recommended to arrive at the massage therapy session hydrated and to avoid heavy meals immediately before or after the session. It is also a good idea to communicate with your massage therapist about any specific areas of the body or conditions that you would like to focus on or avoid.