Deep Tissue Massage
Schedule your deep tissue massage in Dover, New Hampsire
A deep tissue massage is similar to Swedish massage, but deeper pressure is applied. Deeper pressure is beneficial because it releases chronic muscle tension. Focus is put on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia, which is the protective layer surrounding your muscles, bones, and joints. To get started, give us a call at (603) 742-1980 or fill out the request form on our site.
Deep Tissue Massage – 30 min: $55 | 45 min: inquire | 60 min: $100 | 90 min: $130 | 120 min: inquire
Deep tissue massage is recommended for chronic pain and/or misalignment of the body. Though similar to Swedish massage, the strokes are slower and the focus is on the deeper musculature. It loosens stubborn, tense muscles.
Massage Therapy Add-Ons – additional $15 per service
- Scalp massage treatment with Dottera essential oils
- Steamed aromatic towels application on the hands, feet, back, and face
- Hydrating soy paraffin treatment for the hands or feet ($25 for both hands & feet)
- Cold and sinus aromatherapy
- Cupping (15 minute Add-on)
- Warm Bamboo
Frequently asked questions
What are the benefits?
Deep tissue massages are known to ease pain. If you suffer from plantar fasciitis or fibromyalgia, this massage can help to lessen your discomfort. This massage can also allow you to move around much easier, especially in areas with injury or scar tissue. A deep tissue massage can also improve heart and lung function and it’s a great way to relieve overall stress.
Do deep tissue massages hurt?
No, and massages should never hurt if you don’t want them to. We encourage you to speak up if you ever feel pain during your session. It is important to communicate with your massage therapist so that you both agree the right amount of pressure. There are certain techniques that might cause discomfort and you might feel the next day. It is often comparable to a good workout. We make sure to warm and soften your tissues layer by layer so that you’ll avoid feeling pain.