Massage Therapy is the most commonly known therapy I practice. It is a very versatile therapy. It ranges from Swedish, to deep, therapeutic, medical, sports, prenatal, neuromuscular.. and the list goes on. I prefer to work on the lighter side with the thought that you get more work done asking the body to work with you than demanding change. When you reach a certain pressure you start to engage the bodies natural protective mechanisms, and eventually get to the point that you damage the tissue in the process of trying to heal it. With light touch you can encourage the body to move in the way it needs without fighting against it. I most often use massage to assist my other therapies.