Unconditional Wellness and Athletic Therapy has over 20 years of massage and massage therapy experience. Our range of massages goes from relaxation to intense therapeutic manipulation.

Relaxation

Prenatal Massage

A prenatal massage is a safe way to relieve numerous common discomforts felt throughout pregnancy while improving circulation and overall mobility. A prenatal massage is…

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Swedish Massage

This is a common massage therapy that relaxes and soothes the entire body. The Swedish massage technique is the most widely known and accepted massage…

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Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

Similar to many other body rhythms that can be felt or measured, like the pulse or respiratory rate, the Lymphatic System has it’s own subtle…

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Therapeutic

Sports Massage

Our sports massage offers athletes an opportunity to recuperate and rejuvenate after a demanding competition or workout. It also enhances preparation and performance. Sports massage…

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Neuro Muscular Massage (NMT)

NMT considers perpetuating factors that may be associated with the client’s complaints. For example, when a client presents with shoulder pain, the upper extremity protocol…

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Active Release Technique (ART)

**Active Release Technique / ART The conditions that active release is used to help treat naturally are those that affect the fascia or connective tissue,…

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Trigger Point

A therapeutic technique using pressure to isolate and release tension in tight muscle tissues to relieve specific referral pains. A form of soft tissue (fascia)…

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Teens & Student Athletes

Teens and Student Athletes need a massage too, between the juggling of school, activities, chores, acne, peer-pressures, social media, and a hundred or so other…

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Myofascial Release (MFR)

A common massage technique that focuses on applying pressure to loosen tough membranes and increase mobility. Myofascial Release is a massage therapy used to combat…

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Deep Tissue Massage

There are some similarities between Swedish and Deep Tissue massage; but the real difference is the use of pressure, and how the therapist manipulates the…

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TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Gua sha

Gua sha is a traditional Chinese medical treatment. In this treatment, the skin is scraped to produce light petechiae. The goal with Gua sha is to releases unhealthy…

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Cupping

While most of the United States was first introduced to cupping at the Olympics, via Michael Phelps back, cupping is a traditional Chinese therapy used…

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Reflexology

This is a massage technique that promotes applying pressure to precise points on the feet, hands, and ears to alleviate pain throughout the body. Throughout…

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About Unconditional Wellness & Athletic Therapy (UWAT)

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Which Technique Do I Need?

Our massage therapists will assess your needs, medical history, and discuss with you some of the options that are available and which ones they think would be most beneficial for you. As a result, your experience will be tailored to your body and needs!

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Your Performance Is Key.

Whether you are an athlete, an office worker, both, or something different, we all need to be at the top of our game and to maintain our peak performance. In short, our massage therapists put your needs first so you can keep your edge!

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We Care & Have Been There.

Our team has years of varied experiences and training that will allow them to connect with you and help them understand your pain. Therefore, it allows you to be confident in the treatment that you are receiving.