Enhance Your Well-Being and Relaxation with Therapeutic Bodywork.
Bodywork & Massage
What is bodywork?
The difference between Bodywork and Massage, simply stated, bodywork is a combination of specific techniques aimed at resolving a specific health condition versus a typical full-body relaxation massage is aimed at mainly calming the nervous system. Both can be used at different times for needed results. Hands on treatment from our practitioners is key to your balanced wellness regimen.
Full Body Sessions: 60/90 Minute
Combination of techniques aimed at physical recovery from head to toe. Including but not
limited to Reflexology, Thai Massage, Orthopedic Massage, Visceral Manipulation,
Lymphatic Drainage, and Cranial Sacral Therapy.
Sessions are created based on the body’s needs and the patient’s goals.
Here at Eastern Bench, we offer a multitude of variations of Bodywork to aid in recovery
and maintenance of your health.
A holistic approach to healing where specific points on the feet and hands, which refer to the imbalances within the body, are treated by using massage techniques to relieve
Visceral Manipulation is a gentle form of bodywork to not only improve the mobility
and motility of organs, surrounding tissues, vessels, and neural pathways, but also to
restore the proper nourishment and fluidity around the organs.
Moving the body from toes to head, kneading and stretching, compressing and tractioning. Thai Massage is great to get the energy moving through restrictions of movement within the body.
CST is another gentle but powerful approach to relieving tension and restrictions from the central nervous system directly by applying decompressing techniques to the cranium as well as other jointed spaces.
Lymphatic drainage is a gentle type of massage with the intention to encourage the natural drainage of the body’s lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues to be eliminated from the body efficiently.
Orthopedic massage is a type of injury rehabilitation that focuses on the muscles
and soft tissues surrounding joints. The aim of orthopedic massage is to relieve pain while
restoring balance to the tissues and create a fuller range of motion.
How should I prepare for my appointment?
After you book your appointment you will be prompted to create your account (username and password) and fill out any paperwork that is required. Please do this before hand if possible. If you are not able to fill out the paperwork before your appointment please come in a little early to do this.
Should I shower before a massage?
You don’t need to necessarily shower right before your massage, unless you have exercised before your appointment, but do we ask that you come to your appointments clean and free of fragranced personal care products.
What should I do after I receive a massage?
It’s a great idea to give yourself some additional time after your massage to continue relaxing and to allow your body to fully absorb the benefits of massage.
Should I tip my massage therapist?
Tipping is neither required nor expected, but of course we appreciate the gesture! Our massage therapists do not depend on tips, but if you would like to leave a tip, simply add the gratuity at checkout.
The best appreciation you can show is by referring your family and friends to us and letting them know about the amazing benefits of massage therapy!
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Whether it's your first step to a healthier, more vital life or your last resort, holistic medicine gives you the power to make positive change.
By appointment only
Inside the Heritage Square building
1345 E 3900 S, Suite 102
Salt Lake City, UT 84124
Disclaimer: Individual results vary. No guarantee of specific results is warranted or implied and your results will depend on many factors. The information contained in this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, or otherwise intervene in any medical condition. Always seek help from a licensed medical professional for any health condition.