Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is a powerful tool for improving and strengthening physical and mental wellbeing. It can help reduce stress, improve circulation, and alleviate pain–among many other things! At Littleton Massage and Sports Recovery, our licensed massage therapists offer a variety of massage services to meet your individual needs.

Sports Massage

Sports massage is designed to help athletes prepare for and recover from physical activity. It can help reduce muscle tension, improve flexibility, and reduce the risk of injury. Our licensed massage therapists are experienced in helping athletes of all levels reach their peak performance.

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage focuses on treating specific conditions or injuries while also promoting relaxation and relieving tension in the body. It can help reduce inflammation, increase mobility, and improve mental health.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage is a great way to reduce stress and discomfort during pregnancy. Our licensed massage therapists are trained in prenatal massage techniques to help regulate hormones, improve circulation, alleviate pain, and more.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It can help reduce chronic pain, improve posture, reduce inflammation, and more.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is a soothing form of massage that uses long strokes and kneading techniques to relax the body. It can help reduce stress, improve circulation, and promote relaxation.

Craniosacral Massage

Craniosacral massage is a gentle form of massage that focuses on the head, neck, and spine. Our licensed massage therapists are specifically trained in helping clients achieve chronic pain relief, alleviate stress, induce an emotional release, and more with this kind of massage therapy.

Cupping Therapy

This is an ancient technique which has been used for hundreds of years. Using myofascial decompression, it lifts muscle fibers and increases blood flow to sore, painful areas of the body to reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and speed up recovery.

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