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Tag: Deep Tissue

The Supraspinatus Muscle

The Supraspinatus Muscle

The Supraspinatus Muscle is located on the superior (upper) portion of the scapula. It is one of the four muscles that makes up the “rotator cuff.” “Supra” means “above;” “spinatus” means “spine.” The name, “Supraspinatus” tells us that this muscle

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Location of the Infraspinatus Muscle

The Infraspinatus Muscle

The Infraspinatus muscle is one of the four infamous “rotator cuff” muscles. It is located on the largest surface of the scapula, or shoulder blade. On the posterior (back) side of the scapula, there is a bony “spine” where several

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Woman lifting weights. Muscle strains often happen during workouts.

Massage for Strains

Muscle strains may happen as a result of a specific trauma or accident, but more commonly they are the result of overuse and appear over time. Massage therapy can be an important tool for recovery. “Strain” usually refers to a

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Deepest view of the muscles of the upper back only accessible via a deep tissue massage.

What is a Deep Tissue Massage?

A vast majority of clients confuse “deep tissue” work with a massage using strong pressure. A deep tissue massage involves working with muscle groups that are less superficial, or deeper in the body than those a typical Swedish massage session

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