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In-Home Hot Stone Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Available In-Home In New Jersey and NYC

Hot Stone Massage, right in your own home. It's now a reality with Mountainside On-Site Massage Therapy. Our licensed Massage Therapists travel to your Central or Northern New Jersey or New York City residence, bringing their best abilities and training, along with some tangibles: a portable massage table and the usual supplies, as well as an box filled with the most unusual, and unlikely item: heavy rocks of all shapes and sizes! The Therapist also brings a portable heater, so the rocks can get nice and warm before use.

Massage Therapists have historically used their hands, feet, elbows, and other parts of the body, along with implements and tools. Stones are among the first used in the ancient world, and remain in use to the present day.

There are many ways to administer a hot stone massage. Generally, therapists place the stones in the heater, and after a thorough soak in the hot water, the hot stones are placed on the massage recipient's back, legs, and even arms. Some stones are tiny, others large.

Some therapists prefer to do the massage using their hands alone. Others perform the massage holding a hot stone, either for the entire session, or more commonly for just part of the time.

All the while, other hot stones remain planted on the body, radiating moist heat. This helps the therapist to be able to help tight muscles more effectively than when working without having first applied heat. Blood vessels dilate; everything relaxes.

Dry heat, as well as and moist heat application, are common in physical therapists' offices, chiropractors, and can be found in many other health care settings. Massage Therapists alone carry on the ancient practice of actually applying hot, moist stones to the massage recipient.

In fact, cold stones, room temperature stones, oiled stones, as well as dry-heated stones are all options a skilled and well-prepared Massage Therapist will be able to deliver, each affecting your body and mind differently.

The sensation of being massaged by a stones radiating heat melts stress easily. It's difficult to describe; the stones are flat and hard and completely unlike a Massage Therapists's hands, knuckles, elbows, thumbs. It's a totally and completely different sensation.

Of course, a highly skilled Massage Therapist understand that stones are quite hard and dense, and adjusts their technique accordingly, so that no discomfort is experienced. Rather, a Hot Stone Massage should leave you feeling invigorated in a new way.

Stones absorb heat quickly, therefore they also radiate heat and cool quickly. Both the heat, and the gentle pressure from the lightweight of the stones, add a particularly soothing element to the Hot Stone Massage session that is distinct and worth experiencing.

Hot Stone Massage benefits include deep relaxation and calm, as well as somatic effects of relaxing the blood vessels and other tissues. Is this "better" than a Therapeutic Massage without Hot Stones?

If we were to compare, using the same therapist, skilled in Hot Stone Massage, as well as other standard techniques, most would probably say that the Hot Stone Massage session was more helpful, overall.

To book a session, click here, or call us at 877-480-8066.

 

 

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Note: We offer *strictly* therapeutic massage therapy. We do *NOT* offer as€nsual u'massage', in any form.

 

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