1° Therapy offers a comprehensive collection of treatments and services to bring tranquility, calm and relaxation into your life. We invite you to peruse a selection of services we offer below.
Deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension, increasing circulation, enhancing muscle function and elasticity. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue/fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints). This intense helps restore proper body alignment and range of motion.
Hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy that involves the use of smooth, heated stones. The heat and weight ot the hot stones expand blood vessels, which encourages blood flow throughout the body, warm and relax muscles, allowing the massage therapist to apply deeper pressure without causing discomfort, and have a sedative effect that can relieve chronic pain, reduce stress and promote deep relaxation.
Reflexology, an ancient Chinese practice based on the theory that each organ in the body corresponds to a specific point on the foot or hand. The pressure is applied at those points with the intention of eliminating blockages thought to produce pain or disease. The goal is to reestablish an optimal flow of energy or “chi” throughout the body and remove stress.
Craniosacral therapy involves applying gentle pressure and manipulation to the joints in the skull, spine, and parts of the pelvis. According to the Upledger Institute, CST uses a touch of under 5 grams to "release restrictions in the craniosacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system .
A form of bodywork used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries. Our sports massage combines Swedish-style massage with the benefits of trigger points, compression, stretches, and cross-fiber friction techniques.
Stretch Therapy refers to a series of assisted range of motion exercises performed by a therapist manually helping a patient move a particular body part along a joint. The patient exerts a small amount of effort during this movement. These exercises help promote the overall health of a joint