Flow Health & Wellness

Flow Health & Wellness is a multidisciplinary clinic & supplement store dedicated to promoting health & wellness to the community. We emphasize optimal nutrition, exercise, neuromusculoskeletal function, and healthy lifestyle choices. Our practitioners provide individualized treatment plans & emphasize patient education. 

REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPY:

Massage Therapy is recognized as one of the oldest methods of healing, with references in medical texts nearly 4,000 years old. It is a widely accepted and effective treatment for reducing stress, decreasing muscle pain and stiffness, and for aiding in rehabilitation and postural realignment. Massage therapists use a variety of techniques that, along with prescribed client self care, help to facilitate improved health and well-being.

Swedish Massage:

Swedish massage uses five styles of long, flowing strokes to massage. Swedish massage is helpful in reducing pain, joint stiffness, decreasing tension, promoting circulation and relaxation.

Deep Tissue Massage:

Deep tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue. Deep tissue massage is useful in the treatment of individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity (such as athletes), and patients who have sustained physical injury.

Thermal Palms:

Thermal Palms are soft hand held heat modalities that mould to the contours of the body while delivering deep penetrating heat to the muscles and joints during massage. Thermal palms are massages over hips, back, shoulders and neck regions to help alleviate chronic muscular tension and to warm muscle making them more pliable and responsive to deep tissue massage techniques.

Shiatsu Massage:

Experience the ancient form of shiatsu pressure point massage as it unblocks the energy meridians of your body. Shiatsu massage helps restore balance and energy flow throughout the body. It is great for battling fatigue and giving the immune system a boost.

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