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IMR Massage Integrative Muscular Rehabilitation, LLC founded in 2009 provides professional therapeutic massage services to the residents and tourists of Las Vegas. All massage therapists at IMR, LLC are licensed and certified in a wide range of massage modalities. IMR, LLC specializes in customized massage treatments designed specifically for each individuals needs.

It was more like a 4.5. And only because I just tried once and I am in chronic pain. However, it was so nice to also get the cupping on my face and neck without the red marks. I will definitely return. Although it's tucked away and a little distance away from the Las Vegas Strip it is definitely worth going for deep tissue massage. Leah gave the best massage I've ever had! Gursubir B.

This place is the business. Right when you walk in the vibe is perfect. The rooms, the zen room. Everything! Thomas is the man and the way he expressed hi self about his co workers is awesome! Best massage ever. Had a couples massage, with Aaron and Anna as our masseuses.
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read more › IMR Massage, LLC of Las Vegas offers deep tissue massage and cupping therapy, and CBD for pain relief, automotive/sports injuries, and general wellness. Stressful lifestyles, long hours of computer use, working out, and injuries can create painful, tight muscles, lactic acid build up on muscles, and poor posture. Deep tissue massage and cupping therapy can directly address pain issues bringing both physical and mental relief. Our specialty is working with people who have chronic deep muscle pains.

read more › This style of massage promotes relaxation while using long, gliding strokes in the direction of blood return to the heart. Typically, Swedish massage is performed at a lighter and more gentle pressure. Perfect for those who participate in physical activities or perform repetitive movements in their field of work. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity, maintain it in optimal condition, & to help athletes recover from workouts & injuries. They can be used in a relaxation/Swedish style massage, or used to help the therapist work deeper and more effectively.

read more › If you experience tight, aching muscles, deep tissue massage might be for you. Deep tissue massage reaches the muscle structures far beneath the superficial tissue to relieve chronic muscle problems and injuries. Deep tissue massage is sometimes rumored to be painful and uncomfortable, but that is not always true. Depending on your condition, the massage therapist starts with light to medium pressure and gradually goes deeper which helps to warm up the tissue and access your pressure tolerance.

read more › Cupping therapy is a technique that uses glass or plastic suction cups to create negative pressure rather than tissue compression (used in traditional massage). The massage therapist places the cup(s) on the back of the client and uses a suction pump to create the negative pressure which then draws the tissue up inside the cup. The cups are then left in place for 5-15 minutes, or can be slowly moved around the area being treated. The action of this technique is used to release rigid soft tissue, break up lactic acid in the muscles, drain excess fluids and toxins, loose adhesion, lift connective tissue, and bring increased blood flow to stagnant skin and muscles.

read more › Your therapist will begin by applying the Cannabidiol product on your spine to stimulate the nerves that feed your entire body. Next, the product is worked into your problem areas for the duration of your service. Higher strength balms are available. Our friendly reception staff would be happy to help you chose which product would be most beneficial for your Cannabidiol session. Soothing botanical scent crafted with all-natural essential oils, no synthetic fragrances. Ingredients are sustainably grown, non-GMO, gluten free, cruelty free and packaged in BPA-free containers.

read more › Medical massage is best used after any recent injuries from, but not limited to; car accidents, muscular strains and post surgery recovery. We suggest clients receive their doctors approval prior to scheduling a medical massage. A typical approval time is 4-6 weeks after surgery. Medical massage is also beneficial for clients with conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and consistent chronic pain. If you have been involved in an automobile accident, slip and fall accident, or have sustained any type of injury and experience pain, medical massage may be for you.

read more › Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. This therapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health. Aromatherapy has been used in almost every ancient culture. Earliest known aromatherapy usage dates back to 60,000 years ago in Mesopotamia. In ancient Greece, Hippocrates (known as the father of modern medicine) instituted aromatherapy coupled with massage for use in healing patients.

read more › Swedish massage is the most popular type of massage in the West. This style of massage promotes relaxation while using long, gliding strokes in the direction of blood return to the heart. Typically, Swedish massage is performed at a lighter and more gentle pressure. It involves the use of hands, forearms or elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of the muscles to improve mental and physical health. Movement of the joints may also be part of the massage. The benefits of Swedish massage include increased blood circulation, mental and physical relaxation, decreased stress and muscle tension, and improved range of motion.

read more › Massage therapy during pregnancy is a great way to reduce stress, and promote overall wellness. Massage can relieve some of the common discomforts experienced during pregnancy such as back pain, headaches, leg cramps, stiff neck, and edema (swelling). We promise to take extra care to ensure you are completely comfortable on our massage table. Sideline positioning with supportive soft pillows are used to alleviate any extra strain on your low back and pelvic area. Your comfort is important to us.

read more › Do you want to banish your embarrassing cellulite? Ninety percent of women have some type of cellulite on their body. Cupping therapy can significantly reduce the appearance of cellulite in as little as a one hour treatment. Cupping therapy uses suction cups to create negative pressure on the tissue. The negative pressure pulls stagnation, toxins, and lactic acid out of the underlying tissue and brings it to skin level. Cupping therapy boosts collagen which minimizes the appearance of cellulite.

read more › Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is a technique that uses metal and plastic blades to locate and treat clients with soft tissue dysfunctions. This has been said to be a modern evolution of Traditional Chinese Medicine called Gua Sha. However, Gua Sha was not used to treat Musculoskeletal conditions but was traditionally applied along meridians to move the bad chi out through the skin. Instruments (Rock Blades) effectively break down fascial restrictions and scar tissue. The ergonomic design of these instruments provides the therapist with the ability to locate restrictions and allows the therapist to treat the affected area with the appropriate amount of pressure.

read more › The use of a rapid percussion therapy instrument, commonly referred to as a massage gun, helps the therapist use a more targeted approach to deeper muscle tension for a longer lasting relief. Your therapist has control of the intensity and pressure depth of the massage gun at all times. The first 30 seconds to a minute may be intense or stimulating especially to those unfamiliar with the sensations of a percussion gun, after a few minutes the percussion can become rhythmic and almost sedative making this an effective deep tissue therapy technique that can also help you feel relaxed.

read more › Unlike a traditional sauna, infrared saunas dont heat the air around you. Instead, they use infrared lamps (that use electromagnetic radiation) to warm your body directly. The sun produces a combination of visible and invisible light, and one of those invisible spectrums is infrared rays. Invisible infrared wavelengths are what makes the sun feel warm (and ultraviolet wavelengths are what makes it bright). Scientists have established that infrared waves are beneficial to the human body because they are easily absorbed, stimulating the lymphatic, immune and cardiovascular systems and also help remove toxins.

read more › Cannabidiol is a well-known pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent. This style of massage incorporates a Cannabidiol infused product that helps with inflammation, pain, and anxiety. Best for after recent injuries from, but not limited to; car accidents, muscular strains, and post-surgery recovery. We suggest clients receive their doctors approval prior to scheduling a medical massage. Perfect for those who participate in physical activities or perform repetitive movements in their field of work.

read more › Leah specializes in deep tissue massage, cupping therapy, sports massage, stretching, kinesiology taping, and hot stone massage. Roxanne specializes in deep tissue massage, hot stone, sports massage/stretching, and plantar fasciitis. Michael specializes in AST, kinesiology, hot/cold stones, myofascial release, sports massage, and medical massage. Kyrie specializes in deep tissue massage, cupping therapy, hot stone massage, rose quartz Gua Sha facials, and relaxation. Matt specializes in deep tissue massage, sports massage, hot stone massage, and Cannabliss massage.

read more › Elliott Reed is the founder, co-owner, and massage therapist at IMR Massage. His passion for helping others and learning about the human body led him to a career in massage therapy. Reed graduated from West Side Technical Institute in Winter Garden, FL in 2005. He began his massage career in Atlanta, Ga and relocated to Las Vegas in 2007. Reed has worked for chiropractors and high-end spas building experience, skills, and knowledge in the massage industry. In 2009, Reed founded Integrative Muscular Rehabilitation, LLC (IMR Massage) which began as just out-call massage service.

read more › Although it's tucked away and a little distance away from the Las Vegas Strip it is definitely worth going for deep tissue massage. Leah gave the best massage I've ever had! Gursubir B. I received a gift certificate for a massage, I loved it! So, I bought my husband and I a couples massage and sauna package for Valentines Day, we both loved it! We will definitely be back. I had spinal surgery a year ago haven't had any feelings from my toes to my ribs was referred from a friend about the cupping technique.

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