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Full Body Massage In Virginia Beach, VA

Move more. live better.

Treating the kinetic chain to resolve your pain & improve your mobility
 
Deep Tissue Massage Neuromuscular Myofascial Release    Cupping Sports Massage Prenatal Massage  Stretching

Treatments are focused on resolving pain & dysfunction.  All tools & modalities (cupping, hot stones, deep tissue, etc) are included unless stated otherwise.

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Integrated Massage & Rehabilitation Treatment

Designed to overcome chronic conditions and pains, this treatment assesses the physical imbalances in your body and recommends a series of customized at-home stretches and exercises.   If you find yourself developing poor posture or seeming to always have the same trouble area, this treatment is for you. This session includes muscle testing, a 60-75 minute massage, and targeted exercise guidance. Please wear comfortable clothing for the exercise portion.  All assigned exercises are designed to be completed with your own bodyweight and/or the included resistance bands, no gym equipment needed!

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Upper Body Restoration  (focus on waist up)

  • Neck pain, difficulty turning head

  • Numbness, tingling in hands/fingers

  • Upper Back Pain, Forward Head Posture

  • Shoulder Pain, Impingement, Reduced Range of Motion, "Clicking" in Joint

  • Tennis Elbow/Golfer's Elbow

  • Headaches/Migraines

  • Sinus Congestion

  • TMJD/Jaw Pain

If you have...

Lower Body Recharge (focus on feet to lower back)

If you have...

  • Heavy, Fatigued Legs 

  • Slowed athletic performance

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Cramping (calves, feet, etc)

  • Sciatica

  • Neuropathy

  • Shin Splints

  • Hip Pain (front/side of hip)

  • Low Back Pain, difficulty bending

  • Sacroiliac Pain

  • Knee Pain

  • Sprained Ankle

Myofascial Decompression (Cupping)

Myofascial Decompression ("cupping") is an effective tool to release tension in the muscles and fascia.  Selecting this service means that you want ONLY cupping for your session - there will be minimal hands-on work.  Cupping is incorporated in other treatments at no charge.  The cupping-only service is designed as a supplement to regular massage appointments, or for very specific work on chronic areas. We practice both dynamic cupping **Please note that you will likely have some circular, reddish marks for a few days after treatment.  The marks are typically not sore or tender.

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Mind/Body Maintenance Massage

  • Designed for regular massage clients seeking a "full body" massage.  If you don't have any particular pain or areas of concern to work on, but want to have a more relaxing-oriented massage, select this option.  This session may incorporate aromatherapy, soothing massage techniques, craniosacral therapy, more time on feet, scalp, and neck, etc - the goal is to get you out of your head, provide the traditional benefits of massage (improved circulation, blood pressure, dopamine/serotonin production, immune system support, etc) and leave you refreshed and ready to enjoy a nice long nap when you get home!

Janelle clearly knows what she's doing and it's evident that she loves what she does and has an intuitive, educated, and professional talent in alleviating all types of body aches.  Out of many visits to different spaces (mostly overpriced ones thinking you get what you pay for), her techniques were the most therapeutic.. real "massage therapy." 
I've been going to Janelle for quite a number of months now.  Due to going to the gym a lot each week, my muscles all over my body can become knotted and tender.  Since starting massage sessions with Janelle she's helped ease a lot of the pain and helped my body recover faster every time I got to her.  She's super knowledgeable and you can tell she really loves her job and really wants to help people get better.  She is a fantastic massage therapist, who listens to what you feel needs worked on or is causing the most problems.  
I've been a massage therapist for many years and I can say that I've had a difficult time finding someone who has the knowledge, skill, and inherent gift for finding and effectively releasing the cause of dysfunction and chronic pain, like Janelle.   
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Get A Full Body Massage In Virginia Beach, VA

A full body massage is a massage that covers the entire body, from the head and neck down to the feet. It is usually done using a light, massage oil, or lotion, and is often combined with other relaxation techniques such as aromatherapy or music. The benefits of a full body massage are many, and include reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, relieving pain, and improving flexibility. Massage can also help to improve sleep quality and reduce fatigue.
 

There are many benefits to getting a full body massage. Massage can help to relieve pain in your muscles and joints, increase your flexibility and range of motion, and improve your circulation. Massage can also help to reduce stress and promote relaxation. If you are considering getting a massage, you may be wondering what to expect from a full body massage therapist.

Medical Outcall Services Available!

In-home Medical Massage

  • Designed for those who have reduced mobility, the therapist travels to your home

  • Conditions may include paralysis, MS, Parkinson's, amputation, TBI, and post surgical, new mothers too! 

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We Give The Best Full Body Massages In Virginia Beach, VA

Your massage therapist will start by asking you about any areas of pain or discomfort that you may have. They will also ask about your medical history and any medications you are taking. Be sure to tell your massage therapist about any allergies or sensitivities you have. Your massage will be done in a quiet, relaxing environment or there will be light therapy music. You will be asked to remove your clothing and will be given a sheet or towel to cover yourself with. You may be asked to lie on your stomach or back on a massage table.

 

Your massage therapist will use a variety of techniques to massage your entire body. These may include long, flowing strokes, kneading, and circular motions. They may also use more specific techniques to work on specific areas of pain or tension. You should feel relaxed and comfortable during your massage. If at any time you feel uncomfortable, be sure to tell your massage therapist. Think you’re ready for a full body massage? Book your appointment with Kinetic Restoration today!