Licensed Massage Therapist in Indianapolis

What Can You Expect from a Licensed Massage Therapist in Indianapolis? 

What is a licensed massage therapist?

A Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) is a professional who has been trained in the art of massage therapy and has been certified by a state regulatory body. If you’re looking for a licensed massage therapist in Indianapolis, Rejuvenate Massage & Wellness will meet and exceed your expectations. Below is a list of services that you can expect from us.

Pregnancy massage

Prenatal massage, sometimes called pregnancy massage, is a type of therapeutic massage tailored to the unique wants and needs of pregnant women.

Massage during pregnancy has been shown to help with pain, sciatica, high blood pressure, stress, inability to sleep, swelling, and the risk of complications during birth and after delivery.

Postpartum massage

A postnatal massage is a specialized form of massage therapy for new mothers in the weeks and months following delivery. Both natural and surgical deliveries can benefit from a postpartum massage, but it's most effective if given within the first few weeks after the birth.

It relieves the discomfort and pain in the lower back, hips, and pelvis. Massage has been shown to relieve stress and tension in muscles. It also improves circulation and helps with sleep. 

During labor contractions, the uterus is stretched to six or seven times its size. If a woman does not gain adequate weight during pregnancy, it may be difficult to regain the size of her uterus after birth. The increased blood flow and pressure due to contractions can also make the lower back and pelvis feel sore and stiff.

Tension release massage.

Tension release massage is a type of massage that focuses on the muscles and fascia (connective tissue) to help release tension. Soreness, pain, decreased mobility, and headaches are just some of the side effects of muscle tension, which are alleviated by this personalized massage. It can be used on its own or with other treatments like pain management, rehabilitation, or improving sports performance.

Stress-release massage

Stress release massage is a type of massage that is designed to reduce stress and tension in the body. It is also known as Swedish massage and involves a rhythmic, calming massage that helps release muscle tension and calms the mind.

Stress-release massage also stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, allowing the body and mind to unwind, release tension, and feel a sense of peace. This helps with muscle spasms, pain, blood circulation, the release of toxins, and the relaxation of the mind and body.

Lypossage (Body Contouring)

Lypossage, or body contouring, is a treatment that helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite. It is also known as cellulite reduction treatment. This treatment has been used for a long time, and most people agree that it is one of the best ways to get rid of cellulite.

Lypossage is also an all-natural approach to body sculpting that encourages an optimistic self-perception. In addition to reducing cellulite, it increases skin suppleness by stimulating the lymphatic and circulatory systems. At Rejuvenate Massage & Wellness, you can expect all of these benefits and more as a result of our healthy, natural, and well-planned therapy sessions.

What can you expect? The treatment involves a combination of deep-tissue massage, manual lymphatic drainage, and skin brushing. It works by stimulating the lymphatic system, which helps reduce fluid retention, break down fat deposits, and improve circulation.

Event Chair Massage

A chair massage is performed on a fully clothed client as they relax in a specially designed massage chair. Commonly, massages last between 10 and 15 minutes. After each massage, the chair is cleaned and disinfected. Since more than one person can enjoy the therapeutic effects of a massage simultaneously, this is a great option for events.

About Rejuvenate Massage & Wellness:

Rejuvenate Massage & Wellness is the brainchild of Deborah Macke, a licensed massage therapist who works in Indianapolis, IN. Deborah has an associate degree from Harrison College and, since 2007, has been providing high-quality massage therapy in the Indianapolis area. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.