Massage

What is massage?

 Massage is the sharing of touch- hands on body, head, hands and feet. It’s recharging, restoring and maintaining good health by means of manipulation of the body’s soft tissue. It’s treating the whole person, not just a part of your body. For many of us stress and anxiety have become so much a part of our daily life that we don’t notice its harmful effects. You think with your mind and you move with your body – your mind and your body are interrelated. When they are overworker and overused, we become stressed. But, there are good times in our life when we have good stress like weddings, vacations and babies. Massage helps your body operate more efficiently getting a better night’s sleep; helps headaches, migraines and sinus problems; lowers blood pressure and stress; helps kidneys to eliminate waste and poisons; increases blood circulation; increases lymphatic drainage cleansing the body of wastes; better performance of the skin making it softer and more elastic: blood is circulated; relieves stiff joints and relaxes, stimulates, tones and strengthens the muscles, helping relieve soreness and tension; your immune systems (conditions such as asthma, dermatitis, diabetes, cancer and HIV, MS and Fibromyalgia) are relieved.

Drinking lots of water the day before and the day after helps to remove the toxins in the body. The day of your massage, eat a banana or orange and drink water (but not so much that you have to get off the table constantly).

Massage does lower blood pressure and if you have low pressure, you want to eat a banana or crackers on the way over and bring something to snack on after the massage along with your water.

Modalities Offered

Deep Muscle and Swedish Therapeutic Massage-

Swedish is a smooth gliding stroke focused on the superficial layers of your muscles. Deep is aimed at the deeper tissue of muscles and fascia using more pressure to release tension or knots. Both are used to kneed and stretch the muscles.

Shoulder and neck – all, can you feel the tension melting?

Modalities Incorporated in my everyday DMST Massage

Lomi- LomiA Hawaiian form of bodywork using forearms working the back only (neck tto the waist).

Carpal Tunnel – arm and hand therapy.

Reiki – An energy healing method.

Trigger Point Therapy – trigger points are painful irritated areas in the muscles.

Acupressure – thumb pressure is used on the body in energy meridians.

Common Injury – ligament therapy in shoulder, lower back and subscapularis.

Feel Good Foot Treatment – our feet that us on a lot of journeys during the day. We stand, run, walk, dance and lift with our feet supporting us. They are stifled in socks and shoes all day and are restricted in circulation and air. Be kind and rub and stretch the feet.

Plantar Fascia – ligament stretch

Therapeutic Massages Offered at Wood Lane Wellness

  • Deep Muscle
  • Swedish Massage
  • Indian Head
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Fortunate facial
  • Maternity
  • Foot Reflexology
  • Hand Reflexology
  • Peppermint Clay Foot Reflexology
  • TMJ Dysfunction or disorder
  • Seated Massage
  • Later Life (over 80’s) we still need touch

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Massage Woodlane

Woodlane Wellness Massage

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It’s great to be kneaded, not just needed – and I plan to do whatever I can to help you feel your best. I’m Betti Carboni – Therapeutic Massage Therapist at Wood Lane Wellness Center.

Massage is a time you set aside to do nothing but relax and focus on yourself. It’s a mini vacation from stress and daily life. It’s not a luxury, but a necessity in our everyday life. It increases our ability to breathe freely.

I invite you to come in and RELAX AND ENJOY!! Take advantage of the MAC system (Massage with Betti; Acupuncture with Dr. Lisa Ducker: and Chiropractic with Dr. Frances Wain) offered her at Wood Lane Wellness Center.

Call today and make your appointment with Betti –

Office 215-750-3332

Cell 215-901-0301