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Cristi Paton 469-294-1626

 

Cristi Paton is a LMT living in Frisco, TX with her husband, 2 kids & their dog.  She is excited to bring her knowledge of the body and massage therapy to Anedena Salon.  Cristi will use a variety of massage techniques, also called modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, muscle energy technique and a sports protocol that involves muscle activation.  Each modality can be combined with the use of essential oils.  Each session will be customized to your needs on that particular day.  

The activities of life can get us down, either physically, mentally or both.  Massage Therapy is a wonderful tool to help each of us on the path to living our best life, whatever that means to you.  Whether you sit at a desk, chase toddlers or challenge yourself physically, Cristi would love to show you the benefits of a Mind & Body Massage.  Relax the body, Relax the mind.

Benefits of Massage

Heading to the spa can be a pampering treat, but it can also be a huge boost to your

health and wellness! Massage therapy is increasingly being used along with standard

treatments for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. People who choose to

supplement their healthcare regimen with regular massages will not only enjoy a

relaxing hour or two, but they will see the benefits carry through the days and weeks

after the appointment! The purpose of massage is to relax the tissue, increase the flow

of blood and oxygen, and decrease pain.


 

Massage therapy at its most basic is the manual manipulation of soft body tissues (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well-being. There are dozens of types of massage therapy methods (also called modalities).

People seek massage therapy for a variety of reasons – to reduce stress and anxiety, relax muscles, rehabilitate injuries, reduce pain, and promote overall health and wellness. 


 

Studies have found massage may be helpful for:

· Anxiety

· Digestive disorders

· Fibromyalgia

· Headaches

· Insomnia related to stress

· Myofascial pain syndrome

· Soft tissue strains or injuries

· Sports injuries

· Temporomandibular joint pain 

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Modalities

Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage is a basic relaxing full body massage which may include a variety of massage strokes such as rolling, kneading, petrissage and percussion.  These movements warm up the muscle tissue, releasing tension and gradually breaking up muscle "knots" or adhered tissues, called adhesions they also work to improve circulation.  Swedish is a wonderful way to relax and unwind.


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Muscle Energy Techniques

Muscle Energy Technique (MET)  is a manual therapy that uses the gentle muscle contractions of the patient to relax and lengthen muscles and normalize joint motion.

To define it specifically, it is “a direct manipulative procedure that uses a voluntary contraction of the patient’s muscles against a distinctly controlled counter-force from a precise position and in a specific direction”. It is considered an active technique, as opposed to a passive technique where only the massage therapist does the work.

There are two types of MET:

· Post-Isometric Relaxation (PIR) The therapist stretches and lengthens a muscle as it relaxes right after a client contraction. This lengthens, relaxes and realigns the muscle fibers. This is useful with chronic conditions to assist in resetting the muscle tone.

· Reciprocal Inhibition (RI) It is a law of body dynamics that when you contract a muscle the opposing or reciprocal muscle must relax. That is the way the brain is wired and the principle that makes this technique work. The massage therapist has the patient’s muscle perform a contraction against resistance which relaxes the opposing muscle and minimizes the aggravation to the injured muscle and soft tissue.

Learn more at Wikipedia.

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What is Raindrop Therapy

 

Raindrop therapy is a powerful technique using essential oils that was developed by D. Gary Young in the 1980s. It combines several modalities to bring balance and transformation. It also supports body systems on a physical and emotionally level.

This technique involves applying therapeutic grade essential oils to the spine, neck and feet. The session lasts about an hour however the benefits may last up to a week or more.

Gary found that combining several holistic techniques, described below, created a synergistic effect for the body. The three modalities that combine to form Raindrop Technique are:

  • Aromatherapy – Raindrop technique uses seven single essential oils, two blends and one essential oil massage blend during the session. It is congruent with the French application of aromatherapy where essential oils are applied NEAT (undiluted) to the body.
  • Vita Flex Technique – Vita Flex was brought to the US in the 1920s by Stanley Burroughs. It is an ancient Tibetan methodology meaning “vitality through the reflexes”. Its theory is based on the fact that slight pressure applied to the body creates an electric charge that is therapeutic to the body. This is known as piezoelectric.
  • Feather Stroking – This is similar to a massage term technique called effleurage. But this technique was actually termed by the Native American Indians.