Thirty minutes is about enough time for a quick neck and back massage, some temporary relief when you really need it.
Massage Therapy 60 min.
One hour of massage can be a full-body treatment or geared to specifically aching areas.
Massage Therapy 75 min.
75 minutes is a good amount of time to do a full-body treatment with a little extra attention to cranky areas that need it.
Massage Therapy 90 min.
90 minutes should give plenty of time to do a full-body treatment with lots of time for deeper work in your tightest spots.
This work will help you navigate your nervous system's natural flow with more ease and comfort. Somatic Experiencing is best for working with the physical symptoms of anxiety or trauma.
Structural Integration/Rolf Movement
Choose this work if you seek a better relationship with your body. Dr. Rolf's Structural Integration is traditionally done in a series format, each session building on the last, and is the best choice for working with chronic pain or discomforts.