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*If a current client refers 3 people to Bauer Massage (and they enjoy a 60 minute massage) the referring person will receive a free 60 minute massage, to use for themselves or to give away as a gift.
Heather is In-Network with the following Insurance companies:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Choice Health
11420 SW Pacific Hwy., Suite D, Tigard, OR 97223
Sports Massage uses a variety of approaches to help athletes, as well as recreational “weekend warriors” before, during, or after a sport or an event. This type of work can promote flexibility and help prevent injuries. It targets specific areas and groups of muscles that athletes use most. Workouts and sporting events can be hard on the body, and most of us suffer from “delayed onset muscle soreness” typically felt a day or two after the activity. Ideally, the body needs increased blood flow to the muscles. This can jump starts tissue repair and aid in building new muscle tissue.
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Deep Tissue Massage/Therapeutic
Deep tissue massage is best for focusing on certain painful and/or stiff "trouble spots". Not intended as a relaxation technique, the use of deep tissue massage can be very therapeutic, relieving patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries and chronic pain.
By relieving muscle tension, Swedish Massage therapy can be both relaxing and energizing. This full body massage involves soft, long, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes. This can also be combined with movement/stretching of the joints to increase range of motion and muscle tone.
Deeply relaxing and therapeutic, Hot Stone Massage combines Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage techniques with warm, round, smooth Basalt stones to promote deep relaxation, relieve tension, and encouraging blood flow and increased circulation.
MLD (Manual Lymphatic Drainage)
Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a type of gentle massage which is intended to encourage the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues back toward the heart. MLD is recognized as a primary tool in lymphedema management.