Deep tissue massage is a form of specialized bodywork that utilizes slow strokes and firm application of pressure in order to stimulate the deeper layers of muscle tissue, including the tendons and fascia (a.k.a. connective tissue).
Dynamic Cupping is one of the most popular types of bodywork being practiced today, using special cups that are applied to the treatment area in order to increase blood flow and relieve areas of the body that are tense, tight or in pain.
Lymphatic drainage massage (also referred to as manual lymph drainage) is a specialized bodywork technique that involves the repetitive application of light pressure movements that are designed to stimulate the flow of lymph in the body.
Therapeutic massage is one of the most popular types of bodywork being practiced today, and it is often used in conjunction with conventional medical treatments to help alleviate pain and revitalize the body.