At Renovia, we have specially designed packages that are tailored to treat specific muscles groups that are stressed by everyday activities. Customize your massage with one of our many unique packages. Whether it’s running, biking, working, or driving; we’ve got treatments that will leave you recovered and ready for more!
This massage protocol was designed for long-distance cyclists with fatigued bodies and sore muscles. Our casual cyclists have found that this massage allows for quicker recovery so they can get back on the bike the next day. The massage therapist focuses on the strained muscle groups in the calf, quad, lower back and hip areas as well as the muscle groups impacted by the cyclist’s body position-neck, shoulders, forearms and wrists. The massage ends with stretching followed by vigorous massage strokes to encourage blood circulation.
We are golfers. This massage protocol was designed for quick recovery following a round of golf. The massage starts with pressure point techniques applied to the ankle/calf area, the hips and the I-bands, the lower back and shoulders/neck. This is followed by a series of stretches and deep tissue massage of the calves, lower back, neck and shoulders. Ideally this is combined with a 30 minute foot massage for those who enjoy walking 18.
This massage protocol is all about addressing the issues caused by high impact exercise. The technique focuses on the pressure points at the body joints that absorb the most impact. This is followed by stretching and deep tissue massage of the muscle groups surrounding the joints with vigorous massage strokes on the neck shoulders and lower back to encourage circulation. This protocol is an important health maintenance ritual for runners.
COMPUTER USER’S MASSAGE
We developed this protocol with input from software coders. There is an intense focus on the neck, arms and shoulders prior to moving to the lower back for pain relief and the lower body to increase blood flow. This protocol uses acupressure, stretching and deep tissue techniques to rebalance the muscle groups impacted by repetitive motion activity.
We designed a massage protocol to help with the aches and pains associated with excessive driving-neck, shoulders, lower back and calves. The technique incorporates acupressure and stretching to rebalance and vigorous long massage strokes to encourage circulation. The result is a refreshed and energetic feeling throughout the body.