hands on expressions massage is proud to be a part of the Scranton Seahorse Inn. We share a commitment to service and providing exceptional guest experiences for long-term health and well-being.
Our intention is to provide opportunities for physical, mental and spiritual renewal. We do this by combining refined therapeutic massage techniques, reliance on intuitive skills and providing time for guests to express themselves and get comfortable. While different treatments are offered, each session is a unique blend of techniques that reflect client needs.
Therapeutic massage is a highly effective way to increase circulation, reduce blood pressure, ease muscular pain and discomfort, improve range of motion, lessen depression and anxiety and relieve migraine pain. While improvements can be made during a session, it takes multiple treatments to eliminate muscular imbalances that have developed over long periods of time. hands on expressions massage therapists are happy to provide guest supplemental approaches to achieve the health and balance they seek.
Swedish Massage 60, 90 minutes
Swedish or Western massage is the building block of all therapeutic massage. It consists of at least seven different techniques that elicit deep relaxation including long, flowing strokes, friction, vibration, touch without movement and joint movements.
Deep Tissue Massage 60, 90 minutes
After warming the muscles, tendons and tissues, deeper pressure is applied to break up knots, loosen adhesions and release toxic waste build up in soft tissues. Techniques are used to realign and restore pliability. Note: This approach most benefits clients who regularly receive massage treatments, actively compete in sports or are rehabilitating joints or muscles.
Sports Massage 60, 90 minutes
Ideal for people seeking improved athletic performance. These techniques enhance recovery from strenuous physical activity, improve debilitating conditions, facilitate healing after injury or performance and help prepare for athletic events. Special attention is paid to joints and areas of repetitive use with stretching movements.