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How long is a massage?

Massages last for one hour, including a 10-minute dressing time and health assessment to ensure a safe, personalized massage. Dressing and assessment times can vary.


Deep Tissue Massage can be used to pre-event, post-event or to help maintain muscular health in an athlete. It will stimulate circulation of blood, which will increase the level of oxygen and increase temperature in targeted muscles. It will improve flexibility, mobility and range of motion as it will reduce spasm. Massage will reduce muscle soreness by increasing removal of lactic acid and toxins from the muscles which will then reduce pain from injury. Deep Tissue Massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain and soreness in both large and small muscle groups. 

Deep Tissue Massage:
Similar to Swedish massage, this massage goes deeper to ease muscle tension.


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  • Pain management
  • Stress relief and relaxation
  • Injury recovery

Your first visit?

Deep Tissue Massage 

Deep tissue massage takes Swedish massage one step further to address chronic pain and injury. This soothing, therapeutic treatment releases toxins, tension and pain.

A favorite amongst athletes and the people who treat them, deep tissue massage helps release resistant knots to create a better range of motion for joints and muscles.

It focuses on damaged tissue and knots with its deep, precise massage techniques. It uses appropriate pressure to promote the healing of scar tissue as well as relief from the pain of soft tissue injuries, chronic conditions, stress and tension.

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What is Deep Tissue Massage?

New to massage? You’re in good hands at Sarah Laser Center and Medspa. Before you even step foot into one of our well-appointed treatment rooms, we’ll get your health history and needs assessment. Then you’ll sit down with your LMT to make sure you get the therapy you are looking for. Click here to learn more about your first visit.