Massage Techniques Offered at the Princeton Club

  • Swedish
    A relaxation focused massage using broad circulatory strokes and light to moderate pressure.
  • Deep Tissue and Trigger Point
    This type of massage focuses on sore areas to loosen muscles and uses a stronger pressure than Swedish.
  • Sports
    Sports massage is best paired with athletic training to prevent injury and allow you to perform maximally. Passive stretching is often involved so wear stretchy/loose-fitting clothing.
  • Myofascial Release
    This type of massage is for injury recovery and repetitive stress pain. Myofascial massage works with connective tissue and is very helpful for improving flexibility and range of motion.
  • Prenatal
    This massage addresses the usual areas of pain in pregnancy and helps diminish swelling in the limbs.
  • CranioSacral
    A gentle technique that involves manipulation of the head to affect the whole body.
  • Hot/Cold Stone
    Hot/Cold Stones can be added to any length of massage with the benefits of increased relation as well as muscle loosening and tension release.
  • Thai Massage
    This type of massage is afull, deep body treatment which includes both stretching of the joints and muscles, and compression by various means (hands, thumbs, feet, knees) along energy lines and muscle groups. This is done on a mat with the recipient clothed. A typical full body treatment is 90 minutes although can be used for shorter specific work.
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