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Miguel Burrola
"Your Kneads. Our Passion."
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Massage is one of the oldest therapies known to man. Massage is so ancient that the derivation of the word is uncertain – it may have come from the ancient Greek word "massin" (to knead), or the Arabic "mass" or the Hebrew "mashesh" (to press).

Massage has been used for healing throughout recorded history. The earliest transcribed reference to massage is in the "Nei Ching", the Yellow Emperor's Book of Medicine, written about 2700 BC in China, which describes many massage techniques and their use. The ancient Greeks and Romans used massage to preserve health and aid healing.

Today, in addition to health preservation and restoration, massage is used to relax the body and mind and relieve the stresses and strains of everyday life. Many modern health problems we suffer can be directly linked back to high stress levels.

Touch stimulates the brain to produce endorphins, the body's natural mood elevators and pain suppressors. Massage is far more than just a treatment that makes us feel good; studies show that massage enhances our immune function and lowers the level of our stress hormones.

Massage is wonderful for enhancing and increasing a number of beneficial processes and functions within the human body. Similarly, massage is extremely effective at reducing and often eliminating a number of uncomfortable and restrictive symptoms and conditions.

The benefits of massage are truly boundless; whether we define a massage as: pampering, rejuvenating, relaxing or therapeutic, and whether we seek it out as: a luxurious treat, stress relief, or pain management, massage therapy can be a powerful ally in our healthcare regimine.
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Swedish Massage is exceptionally beneficial for relaxing the entire body. This technique is most common and best-known in the West as a relaxing therapeutic massage which reduces stress by promoting inner peace and tranquility. If it's your first time receiving a massage and/or you don't receive massage very often, Swedish massage is the perfect place to start.
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What is Pre & Post Sports Massage?
Pre and Post sports massage is specifically designed to help an athlete perform at their best and recover as quickly and effectively as possible after their event.
Pre sports massage can be carried out anytime from two days to immediately before an event.

Post sports massage should be done as soon as possible after the event.
Who will benefit from a pre and post sports massage?
Anyone taking part in any sport at any level will benefit from a pre and post sports massage.
What are the benefits?
Pre sports massage can
Increase the circulation of blood to the muscles to allow them to be flushed and oxygenated.
Create a state of readiness in the muscles ant tissues.
Help muscles to relax so the joints can be moved through their full range of motion.
Enable the athlete to focus on their event either by relaxing or by completing their mental preparations


 Post sports massage can
Help flush out the toxins and lactic acid built up during the exercise
Help return the muscles to a relaxed state
Reduce the risk of next day muscle soreness
Reduce swelling and promote faster healing
Help an athlete with their cool down routine , this is especially good after an event when an athlete is often too tired or excited to cool down properly
Help an athlete to relax after their event and gives them time to mentally recover from the event.
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Direct To You!*

*Serving~North County Inland~Coastal~San Diego County
We are individuals; our bodies, our experiences and our "kneads" are unique. Whether you are a distinguished athlete, athletic trainer, an extreme adventurer, sports fanatic or weekend warrior, you "knead" a massage that is specifically designed for YOU...
Direct to YOU!
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Deep Tissue designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue (fascia). This style of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles. Deep tissue massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity (such as athletes), and patients who have sustained physical injury. It is not uncommon for receivers of deep tissue massage to have their pain replaced with a new muscle ache for a day or two following deep tissue work (this is a sign of repair).
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Piriformis Syndrome

What is it? 
Piriformis Syndrome is a misunderstood condition that is commonly misdiagnosed as lower back pain or sciatica. It is an irritation of nerve and/or muscle tissue due to overpronation of your foot or weakness of your hip/pelvic stabilizers which then allows for excessive leg and thigh internal rotation. This repetitive, excessive motion results in overuse of the muscles beneath your gluteal muscles causing a dull, deep, aching pain in your lower back, hips, glutes and sometimes the hamstring when running.
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Reiki is a harmonizing touch therapy, which in Japanese is translated to, " Universal (Rei) life force, energy (ki)." Reiki restores the natural energy balance in the body, provides deep relaxation, brings mental clarity, and evokes a deep sense of peace and well-being. Reiki compliments the healing properties of medicine, naturopathy, massage and other therapies. To benefit from Reiki one need only be open and willing to receive the energy.
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Onsite Chair Massage is a short, seated massage which can be performed anywhere the appropriate chair can be placed. Chair massages are often performed in offices where employees spend most of the day working on computers. See Benefits of Chair Massage.
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CranioSacral is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of the craniosacral system; comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. This therapy uses a soft touch to restore rhythmic flow and release restrictions in the craniosacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system. Craniosacral therapy strengthens the body's ability to resist illnesses, pain and dysfunctions.
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