Huang's MassageLab provides three general categories of massage. Please click to learn more about the techniques offered in each category and schedule an appointment using the links below.
Therapeutic massage focuses on healing techniques to aid in pain reduction, muscle release, flexibility, and improving range of motion. This type of massage is best for those with reduced flexibility and chronic pain, athletes with sore muscles, and anyone looking to improve their quality of life through movement. The modalities of therapeutic massage offered by Huang’s MassageLab are Orthopedic Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports/Injuries Massage, Myofascial Release, Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy, Structural Integration, Reflexology, Shiatsu, and Acupressure Therapy. Click the button below to learn more about what these offerings entail.
In states of chronic stress, hormones such as cortisol often build up to unhealthy levels. In high concentrations, these stress hormones can cause sleeplessness, headaches, and even digestion problems. Massage can help divert these issues by decreasing stress hormone buildup and facilitating the body into recovery mode. This is what causes massage clients to feel more relaxed, less stressed, and to experience improvements in mood and happiness. Other benefits of massage include pain relief, energy enhancement, and an overall improvement in physical and mental performance. In terms of relaxation massage, Huang’s MassageLab offers Swedish Massage, Energy Pathway Oil Massage, Emotional Release, and Hot Stone Therapy. Click the button below to learn more about what these offerings entail.
Medical massage is results-oriented therapy tailored on a client-by-client basis to resolve physician-diagnosed conditions. This type of massage is more of a style than a set of techniques, as it employs a variety of modalities to customize the best treatment for patients suffering from injury or chronic pain. Huang’s MassageLab has created custom massage plans for clients with various conditions such as post-operative recovery, migraine, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, calcaneodynia, and more. To receive medical massage therapy, a diagnosis and/or prescription from a doctor is required.