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Many feel good health and relaxation come from having a regular massage. Take your relaxation in Florida to a deeper, more meaningful level to achieve the ultimate blissful and unique experience. You will relax and rejuvenate through skillful massage therapy. Carlos' strong hands will work every inch of your body with firm pressure, kneading out knots, aches and pains, releasing your day-to-day stress and built up anxieties.

My studio is located in sunny Cape Coral Florida, a short drive from Ft. Myers, Bonita Springs, Marco and Naples. I can also come to your location for a private massage session. The rates are slightly higher, but you will save time, travel, and be relaxed in your own enviroment. Neck pain - People with chronic neck pain report 55% improvement after ten weeks.

Back Pain - Massage can help you relax, lower back pain, It triggers an endorphin release that raises your threshold for pain. Blood Pressure falls after deep-tissue massage for 45-60 minues. Depression - Massage reduces stress hormone levels, heart rate, and blood pressure, and boosts mood and relaxation.
Highlights

read more › Carlos began his career in holistic medicine in Miami, Florida where he attended Educating Hands School of Massage in 2003 and successfully completed a professional training in Therapeutic Massage and Hydrotherapy. Highlights of his bodywork training include Neuromuscular Therapy, Swedish, Reflexology, Thai, Shiatsu, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Aromatherapy, Sport Massage and Hot Stones. Nationally and State licensed, Carlos pursued his own practice and moved to Cape Coral, Florida in 2006. For the past year he has worked in a professional medical setting under the direct supervision of a medical doctor (MD) and has benefited from the variety of clients and patients with various conditions such as: carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, cervical and lumbar strain/sprain, sciatica, torticollis (wryneck), fibromyalgia, headaches, accident, sport and/or work injuries and those in need of general relaxation.

read more › Carlos is gifted and it is apparent immediately. His style of massage varies in pressure appropriately as his hands glide seamlessly to and from each muscle group. While most massage at the typical day spa is clinical and perhaps a bit mechanical, Carlos uses an artistry that demonstrates his intuititive touch for working where your body needs to be worked. My right lower back that is a chronic area of stiffness has disappeared for the first time in weeks. I have found a new BEST therapist and will return regularly.

read more › In 1913, Dr. William Fitzgerald introduced to us the "map" of the feet and hands which many of us have seen. Applying pressure to spots within each zone of the foot or palm has direct effect on its corresponding part of the body. It is believed to cause increased circulation to each part, and help foster better function. The goal of Reflexology is decidedly Eastern, to help balance and maintain the body's equilibrium. It is effective for relieving most types of skeletal and muscular pain and in general terms, it has to do with the reduction of stress.

read more › It is distinguished from other types of massage in that a quasi-static pressure is applied to the skin with the aim of stimulating specific areas of skeletal muscle. Often these areas of muscle are myofascial trigger points. The therapist uses fingertips, knuckles, and elbows to apply pressure to these sensitive and sore areas. Usually the technique is uncomfortable, and deep, controlled breathing is essential. Communication between the client and therapist is critical, as this will determine the changing amount of pressure the therapist uses.

read more › Growing in popularity in the U.S and Europe, the technique combines massage with yoga-like positions during the course of the session. The postures can be quite acrobatic, with the therapist sometimes suspending the client in mid-air with his legs and arms, as well as, walking on the back. This way the client is stretched into different postures by the therapist, offering a much more effective stretch than he could accomplish alone. This technique helps increase flexibility and muscle tone, as well as promotes balance and peace within the body.

read more › Shiatsu is an ancient Japanese technique which means "pressure with fingers, " and it is known in the West by the rather inexact term "Acupressure", because the pressure is applied to various parts of the body which correspond with the points and energy lines used in acupuncture. Besides utilizes pressure on specific points, Shiatsu incorporate stretching, manipulation of joints and percussive movements with the fingers along the twelve meridians or energy channels of the body to help re-energize weak areas, relax tensions and help the body to balance itself and to work harmoniously.

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