Massage Therapy

Full Measure Fitness Body Work (Massage)

THEN: Used to only do Traditional Massage where you were draped, with focus into Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Cupping Therapy, and stretches for the client.

NOW: Full Measure Fitness Body Work is focused on Mat Based Practice. You’ll stay Fully Clothed!

Just Kick off your shoes and lay down! We’ll handle the rest:

Focus into Mobility, Jostling, Traction Movements.

Stretching styles: Deep Stretches (Active and Passive), PNF Neuromuscular Stretching, Muscle Energy Techniques.

All these melded into one cohesive session.

But we still offer the Traditional Massage Therapy if that suits you better!

The options at Full Measure Fitness are practically endless so whatever makes you feel most comfortable, then that’s what we will do.

Starting with gentle compressions, light stretches slowly opening and moving your body into a deeper pressure and stretches. Whatever your preference is to get down to the root cause of an issue you’ve been experiencing or just getting started on your flexibility journey.

Communication will be kept and you will guide the way to what works best for you and the outcome you desire. If you just want to space out and forget the world more rocking and jostling with light traction pulls and stretches or we can go another route that will be more active and diving deep into pain management.

What to Expect

Upon entering Full Measure Fitness you will be greeted and seated down for a short consult. During the consultation after filling out paperwork you will be asked about injuries or what may be bothering your body, physically and mentally. You will be guided into the massage room where we will go over what will happen in your session.

After the session, you will be greeted with water. We will go over how you are feeling versus first coming in. We will discuss issues found in your body if any issue is still bothersome.
You may be instructed and given strengthening and flexibility exercises if you wish to work on improving your body.
Massage is great but with consistent work at ensuring we have a strong structure the less injury we will experience. I urge you to seek the exercise and stretching advice as it will be the key to getting through your hurdles of pain and feeling uncomfortable.

FAQs

If you have an injury or illness you should first check with your primary care physician before making your massage appointment. Massage can improve circulation. This aids in reducing the adhesions and scar tissue in the soft tissues. Massage also aids in re-establishing full function of the muscle and improves range of motion. Massage is often an important part of athletic training routines.

Not at all, the therapist will leave the room to let you get undressed and onto the table. Take off only as much clothing that is comfortable for you. If you don’t want to remove clothing wear athletic/gym clothing, as it will be easier to work with than jeans, etc. You
will be draped throughout the massage where only the body part being worked will be uncovered, ensuring that modesty is respected at all times.

If you are sick or starting to feel a fever breaking, you should not get a massage. If you are just getting over a cold allow for 48 hours to pass before getting a massage.

There are lots of different styles and techniques and every therapist is different. At Full Measure Fitness the massages are focused with Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue, Myofascial technique and Stretching/Sports Massage.

At least once a month for general maintenance, its like taking a car in for routine maintenance. But if you have some issues to work out and restore range of motion more than once a month will be needed for the beginning.

You can talk during your massage or not, the therapist leaves that up to you. But do ensure to give the therapist feedback so you can be as comfortable as possible. Any concerns or apprehensions should be addressed so you know exactly what is going on.

In Thai massage, the therapist puts you through a series of stretches that cover the entire body. You lie on a floor mat or on a table wide enough to accommodate the therapist and yourself. You wear loose-fitting clothing. In many cases, the spa will provide it to you.

The therapist might kneel on the back of your legs and pull your arms to arch your back and open your chest. She/he may place her shoulder under your heel to lift your leg and stretch your hamstring.

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammationblood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

Massage Therapy Prices

Cupping Therapy- Find a new way to release congested pathways in your body. Knots are formed by lack of circulation and the muscle fibers not moving well over one another. Cupping helps to release the stagnate areas and increase blood flow. Gaining better movement and if you keep stretching after the sessions, ultimately better flexibility!

Cupping Sessions

30 Minutes Only- $65.00

4 Sessions- $260.00

8 Sessions- $520.00

Massage Therapy Services

60 minutes- $120.00

75 Minutes- $140.00

90 Minutes- $10.600

120 Minutes- $220.00

Designed to treat and help with your issues or injuries. Starting with Gentle Compressions, Jostling, Rocking, Light stretching and progressively working deeper and more active.

60 Minute Flexibility Session- $120.00

90 Minute Massage- $160.00

120 Minute Massage- $220.00