Deep Tissue Massage treats musculoskeletal problems like sports injuries and strains. It requires using slow, deep strokes to provide constant pressure to the innermost layer of your connective tissue and muscles. It starts with a milder touch to warm up your muscles. Deep kneading and stroking methods with varied degrees of severe pressure will be used afterwards. They help break up scar tissue that forms after an injury and reduces tissue strain.
Deep Tissue also helps speed up recovery by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation. It is perfect for people with problem areas and who prefer a slow and deep stroke technique