What is “Bodywork” vs. “Massage Therapy”?
In a nutshell, massage is a form of bodywork but bodywork is more than massage. So what’s the difference? Generally, one chooses massage for relaxation, general well-being, or for addressing specific muscular concerns. Those who are looking to address specific issues, such as pain, flexibility, posture, or low energy, will seek out bodywork. Most therapists will combine both massage and bodywork techniques to address their client’s needs. Once the client expresses their goals for the session, the massage therapist will use the technique to best serve those needs.
Who Can Benefit from Bodywork Therapy?
Our clients include those of all ages and abilities. Whether you are dealing with stresses in life or discomfort from exercise or injury, we have services to help you restore and heal.
We are all told to exercise regularly. When doing so we feel amazing, but many times the activity takes a toll on us. Adding in bodywork therapy to compliment your activity and work life, can enhance your flexibility, circulation, and increase energy and overall well being. Clients have reported being able to forego prescription medications and procedures due to their bodywork therapy.