iving Well Bodyworks is committed to providing excellence in massage treatment for all clientele from relaxation to injury treatment. We believe in the importance of regular massage for your overall health and well being.
With massage we can; reduce your pain and muscle soreness, enhance immunity, improve sleep quality, ease pregnancy, Increase joint flexibility, improve performance, decrease scar tissue and swelling post surgery.
Melissa Webb, LMP, owner/operator of Livingwell Bodyworks is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist. She is a 2007 graduate of Brenneke School of Massage in Seattle. Melissa is committed to providing a high level of customer service and treatment for all clientele. Outside of Massage, Melissa is a Crossfit athlete, Strongwoman competitor, Highland Games competitor, weightlifter and avid hiker. She is also a member of the Washington State Sports Massage Team.
Relaxation and Injury treatment Massage, Treatments are provided onsite.
Deep Tissue Massage implores many of the same techniques as Swedish massage however with firmer pressure and more focused intent. The goal of Deep Tissue Massage is to access the deeper muscles layers and connective tissue or fasica and reduce adhesions, restore range of motion and release overall muscle tension.
Swedish Massage is designed to relax overworked muscles, reduce stress and anxiety, increase circulation and promote a general sense of well being. Swedish Massage is an ideal massage for those experiencing massage for the first time.
Sports Massage is primarily used on athletes prior to an event to enhance peak performance as well as post to help reduce delayed onset muscle soreness and cramping. The goal of sports massage is to help prevent muscle and tendon injuries. Pre-event sports massage is generally brief lasting only 10-15 minutes and is aimed at increasing blood flow and range of motion. Pre-event Sports Massage is given on average of 30 minutes prior to the start of an event. Post Sports massage is generally given within an hour after the event after the athlete has had a chance to cool down and re-hydrate. Post event massage focuses on recovery and decreasing muscle soreness.