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Deep tissue therapy is a style of massage which derives from Swedish therapy and borrows from other forms including cross-fiber friction, deep tissue sculpting, Hellerwork, and Rolfing. Using a deeper pressure in which the hands, fingers, thumbs and elbows are used to release chronic muscle tension.
The rhythm of this massage is slow yet catered to deeper muscles. Having the same benefits as Swedish and more. Most often used in problematic muscles for pain, rehabilitation and improvement of alignment/posture.
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