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Massage Therapy at Clark Chiropractic

person getting a shoulder massageWhether you’re seeking a blissful hour of stress reduction, serious pain relief or healing help, massage therapy at Clark Chiropractic can address your health goals. Just about anyone can benefit from massage therapy. This type of bodywork has many other clinical benefits that you may experience:

  • Relieves pain
  • Reduces stress and tension
  • Decreases anxiety and depression
  • Promotes overall relaxation
  • Improves circulation
  • Helps reduce the effects of inflammation

Types of Massage Available

Our three massage therapists, Arthur, Alena and Max, are proficient in various techniques and will tailor the ones to meet your goals. The massage methods all involve working the muscles and other soft tissues of the body to improve the function of the body’s systems.

We offer the following: deep tissue, intraoral (to address TMJ), lomi lomi, and Swedish.

What to Expect

Your massage therapist will ask a series of questions to help determine your goals (e.g. pain relief, healing or relaxation). We’ll also want to know if you’re taking any medications, as massage sometimes affects medication.

When it’s time for your massage, the therapist will leave the room so you can undress to your level of comfort. During your massage, you will be appropriately draped at all times. Please let your therapist know if you prefer more or less pressure applied.

Available Time Slots for Our Therapists

Alena

Monday & Wednesday
2:00pm • 3:15pm • 4:30pm
5:45pm

Max

Tuesday
9:00am • 10:15am • 11:30am
12:45pm • 2:00pm • 3:15pm

Art

Tuesday
5:00pm • 6:15pm
Thursday
4:00pm • 5:15pm

FAQs

What should or shouldn’t I do before my massage?

Please use the restroom before your massage. It’s not a good idea to eat a big meal beforehand, as you’ll be on the table lying facedown for upward of an hour.

Can I remain clothed during my massage?

Yes, we can work through clothes if you prefer to be dressed during your session.

Is there anything I should or shouldn’t do after my massage?

It’s important to hydrate after your massage. You should also avoid heavy exercise afterward.

How often should I get a massage?

It depends on what your goals are. If you’re just seeking relaxation, you could get 1-2 massages a month. If you’re coming in to treat something, we may recommend you come in once a week. For example, your doctor may recommend massage as part of their treatment plan for you.

Do you offer discounts and packages?

Yes, we offer a discount of $10 off per massage when a patient buys 3 or more at once. They can save even more when buying a package of 10.

Book a Session

Experience the many benefits of massage therapy. Contact us today to schedule a session with one of our therapists.
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Massage Therapy Silverdale WA | (360) 692-1178