Choose the Massage that’s Best for You
Relaxing Massage Services
IBMC Signature Massage
This massage combines the best of all worlds. It will include aromatherapy, reflexology and a combination of massage modalities to best meet your needs. This massage will spoil your senses and redefine “relax.” (Minutes: 60 or 90 only)
Gentle to firm pressure is used in long flowing strokes to help alleviate and eliminate stress and tension from the day and week. Swedish Massage is ideal for those who wish to relax. (Minutes: 30, 60, or 90)
Hot Stone Massage
During your massage, hot stones are used to carry heat and energy into your muscles. Hot stones have been used for centuries to work tired, tense and stressed muscles. American Indians referred to the stones as “stone people” and they were revered for their healing powers. (Minutes: 90 only)
Prenatal massage shares many of the goals of a regular massage – to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and just make you feel good. But it’s also tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, and therapists who are trained in prenatal massage adjust their techniques accordingly. (Minutes: 60 only) (Only offered at the Colorado Springs Massage Clinic location)
Restorative Massage Services
Neuromuscular Therapy and Deep Tissue
These massages use deep pressure, follow Neuromuscular techniques and energize and activate muscles. It is ideal for addressing and repairing old and new injuries. (Minutes: 30, 60, or 90)
Trigger Point Therapy
With this technique, specific areas of problem muscles will be addressed. Gentle to deep concentrated pressure is applied in very specific areas (trigger points). As the trigger point releases, the muscles are able to relax, repair and rejuvenate. (Minutes: 30, 60, or 90)
Watch our videos to see how massage therapy impacts the lives of those with chronic pain.
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This type of massage can be used pre-event or post-event, and the focus is on rehabilitative and restorative practices. The intent is to assist injuries in healing and to help muscles recover after a grueling event or between training sessions. (Minutes: 30, 60, or 90)