Both massage therapy and bodywork share similar goals — to help give your body relief from pain, more freedom of movement, improved functioning, vitality, a balanced mind, relaxation, and general overall well-being of your physical self. These therapies are great stress relievers as well.
Types of Bodywork and Massage Therapy
Bodywork is a broad term for many different kinds of therapeutic methods including rehabilitative massage, acupressure, Rolfing, Shiatsu, Structural Energetic Therapy (SET therapy), Ayurveda, functional movement techniques (FMT), Myofascial Unwinding, cranial therapies, structural therapies, KinesioTaping (Rock Tape), Photobiomodulation (Red Light Therapy), Reflexology, Reiki and more.
Different types of massage that are often utilized in therapy and treatments include rehabilitation massage therapy, relaxation massage therapy, Swedish massage, sports massage, deep tissue massage and therapeutic massage. Often times bodywork will also include ancient healing techniques such as Lomi Lomi, Shiatsu, and Thai massage.
Why Get Massage & Bodywork?
Many people use massage therapy and rehabilitation bodywork to deal with chronic pain, with great results. Sometimes they have found that it may take a variety of massage practitioners and bodywork methods to make a lasting change.
Getting a massage once or twice a year, while relaxing in itself, is often not going to be enough to keep your muscles responsive and pain at bay long term. Working with a good massage therapist or bodywork practitioner who understands you and your body’s needs is essential.
Our Licensed Bodywork and Massage Therapists
WellCome Om Massage Therapists and Bodywork Practitioners
At WellCome Om Integral Healing & Education Center, located in Spring Hill, and servicing Hernando, Pasco, Citrus and surrounding county residents, we are proud to staff several professionally trained and licensed bodywork and massage therapists who can help you to achieve your mind/body goals.
With advanced training in their specific areas, our practitioners are poised to offer not only a superior experience for your body, but also to help explain the aftercare you can do on your own to get the most out of your rehabilitative massage or bodywork session with them.