Therapeutic Massage for Pain

Natural Pain Relief with Massage in Tacoma & Seattle

Swedish And Deep-Tissue Massage 

Therapeutic massage for pain and injury is offered in both our Seattle and Tacoma clinics. We offer Therapeutic Massage, Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage. Swedish Massage focuses on full body relaxation by using long, lighter strokes to target the superficial muscles and increasing blood circulation. Deep Tissue Massage focuses on specific painful areas by using firm pressure to relax deep muscles and tissues. Both are effective forms of Massage Therapy and are used for natural pain relief and injury rehabilitation.

Massage for Pain

Therapeutic massage is widely used for pain and injury, and can be used in many painful conditions such as, back pain, headaches, arthritis and fibromyalgia. Massage releases serotonin which acts as an “anti-pain” chemical, it also improves blood circulation which helps to remove toxins from the blood and adhesions from the tissue. Massage also increases time spent in deep sleep, which is important as deep sleep allows our bodies to heal the most, thus leading to less pain.

Massage for Relaxation and all of these:

  • Increase joint flexibility
  • Reduce mental fatigue and stress
  • Promote faster healing of injured tissues 
  • Improve posture
  • Reduce blood pressure
  • Help you sleep better
  • Improve concentration
  • Reduce anxiety
  • Increase your overall sense of well-being.

Massage can help:

Come and try out our wonderful and effective massage therapists!

Our Seattle massage therapist, Danisha Christian, has been treating patients for over a decade and was raised in a Native American healing tradition. We are honored to have her at our clinic.

Our Tacoma massage therapist, Amanda Fu-Kalilikane, is also an acupuncturist and she is currently credentialing with insurance through our clinic.

Currently, insurance is only taken for massage in Seattle office and we are only in network with Aetna. Our Tacoma therapeutic massage therapist, Amanda Fu-Kalilikane will be credentialed by December 2018.

Tacoma and Seattle Massage for Pain Relief