Eureka Massage and Wellness

Dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our clients through massage, Reiki, and other forms of holistic care.
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    Relaxing Massage
    Swedish/Esalen massage is a gentle type of treatment which is reported to soothe the nervous system and ease tension caused by the everyday stresses of life. It stimulates the circulation of blood through the soft tissues of the body, and active and passive movements of the joints improve range of motion and muscle tone.
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    Therapeutic Massage
    Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, and Trigger point therapy are designed to treat deeper layers of muscles, and can often provide relief from chronic stiffness and pain associated with old injuries, strenuous activity, and chronic postural conditions.
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    Lymphatic Massage
    A very gentle treatment using light and rhythmic pressure, lymphatic brushing and compression massage stimulates the circulation within the lymphatic system of the body, increasing the immune system's ability to flush fluid retention and defend against illness.
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    This type of treatment channels universal healing energy through the practitioner and into the client, sometimes even without direct contact, or with gentle, static touch. Reiki treatments create many beneficial effects, including relaxation and feelings of peace, security, and well-being.
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    Acupressure & Shiatsu
    Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, using fingertips instead of needles to stimulate points on the body that correspond to meridians, channels of energy, or systems of the body in general. Shiatsu is a type of massage that incorporates the acupressure points.
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    Reflexology stimulates nervous system connections between your palms and soles and the rest of the body. It is a form of bodywork that uses compression to stimulate points on the hands and feet associated with organs and systems.
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    Chair Massage
    We can come to you! Chair massage is very relaxing and helps release tension in the back and shoulders especially. Most chair massage is limited to ten or fifteen minute sessions, so it is great for events, employee & customer appreciation, and people on the go.

Who should get a massage?

Massage can help specifically address a number of health issues.  There are some contraindications, but mostly, massage is for people who want to feel good. It's that simple, really. Pain relief, stress relief, you worked out too hard, or you're not exercising enough, disease, the list could go on.
People. People should get massages. If you have a body, you're a viable candidate.