Posted by Dr. Della Parker on July 13, 2018
Massage therapy is instant gratification. As soon as your therapist applies pressure, your skin’s nerve cells tell your brain to release feel-good chemicals. These are called endorphins. That is only the beginning of the benefits of massage. Massage can reduce pain, anxiety and stress. Long term massage can increase blood circulation, lower blood pressure and improve sleep.
CLACKAMAS MASSAGE THERAPIST
Clackamas can welcome massage therapist, Yvonne Schroeder, whose goal is to get her clients into a relaxed state where they can receive many of the benefits listed above. A state where they can listen to their own body and the healing can start.
Yvonne Schroeder is a graduate from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2005. She then spent time working in a chiropractic office, spa, doctor’s office, and most recently a therapeutic massage office. As part of her continuing education, she has taken classes focusing on Deep Tissue, Oncology, Thai, Prenatal, Hot Stone, and Chair massage. As a member of the American Massage Therapy Association, she keeps up to date on the latest trends and techniques.
MASSAGE THERAPY SERVICES
Swedish Massage. This is the best-known type of a massage and it is primarily used to relax the entire body. Expect long gliding strokes to help increase blood flow.
Deep Tissue/Trigger Point. As opposed to Swedish massage, deep tissue requires more pressure for releasing pent-up tension and manipulating deeper layers of muscle tissues and fascia, the protective layer that surrounds muscles and joints.
Prenatal Massage. This is a massage therapy that is specialized for the needs of an expecting mother. The benefits can be physiological, emotional, and psychological. Prenatal massage is a gentle, non-invasive approach to address specific needs and discomfort a mother-to-be will appreciate.