Sports Massage

Sports massage is specifically designed for physically active people, not just people who play sports. This therapy focuses on preventing and treating injury and enhancing athletic performance by loosening muscles and increasing flexibility. A variety of massage techniques are used in sports massage, including strokes that are generally faster than Swedish massage and facilitated stretching.

Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy massage, or prenatal massage, is becoming increasingly popular with expectant mothers to reduce stress, decrease swelling, relieve aches and pains, and reduce anxiety and depression. Massage therapists who are certified in pregnancy massage know the proper way to position and support the woman's body during the massage and how to appropriately modify techniques.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage targets deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. The massage therapist uses slower strokes or friction techniques across the grain of the muscle. Deep tissue massage is used to treat chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems, or recovery from injury. People often feel sore for one to two days after deep tissue massage.

Thai Table Massage

Thai table massage, also known as Nuat Thai and “lazy man’s yoga,” combines physical and energy aspects of massage that includes aspects of yoga, acupressure, and reflexology.

In this deep, full-body massage, the energy focus is on opening sen, or energy, lines throughout the body as the therapist works from the feet up the body. Thai massage stimulates the circulatory system, improving blood flow, and clears blockages in the body’s sen lines.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is the most widely recognized and commonly used massage. Swedish massage techniques vary from light therapy to vigorous tissue manipulation.

Certified Medical Massage

Alexander has been a certified medical massage therapist (CMMT) since 2014.  Below is a list of common medical syndromes and injuries that can be treated with medical message.


Temporomandibular joint dysfunction is an umbrella term for pain and dysfunction of the muscles in and around the jaw. The most important feature is pain, followed by restricted movement of the mandible. Internal and external muscle palpation can help to reduce inflammation in the jaw.

Neural Reset Therapy

Neural Reset Therapy® (NRT) is derived from the work of two great scientists, Sherrington and Pflüger, who investigated the nervous system more than a century ago to uncover its basic operating principles.
The Law of Reciprocal Inhibition and the Law of Symmetry have mostly remained in the laboratory until now. NRT is a practical, rapid and reliable way to apply these laws of physiology with an advanced form of manual therapy.