Erica Brickley

  • NH License #: 7673

I'll look back and smile because it was life and I decided to live it.

We live in a world where if we are not being productive - we are being lazy. I feel that couldn't be far from the truth. It is important to take care of yourself just as well (if not better) than you would take care of anyone else. You know the saying "You can't pour from an empty cup."


I want to be able to provide that moment of rejuvenation for my clients. To give you the time you need to be able to step back into your role and feel productive and comfortable. Massage not only benefits the b...

We live in a world where if we are not being productive - we are being lazy. I feel that couldn't be far from the truth. It is important to take care of yourself just as well (if not better) than you would take care of anyone else. You know the saying "You can't pour from an empty cup."


I want to be able to provide that moment of rejuvenation for my clients. To give you the time you need to be able to step back into your role and feel productive and comfortable. Massage not only benefits the body but the mind - and dare I say the soul!

Book a Bodywork or Reflexology service with me today

Where I Work
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Massage

NH # 7673

Education
2018

New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts: Hudson

Massage Therapy

Experience
Bodywork

Neuromuscular

Originally developed by a chiropractor, this technique helps to work the muscles along the spine so that an adjustment can not only be performed much easier but the benefits may last longer. Improve organ and glandular function Relieve tension and pain Mental and emotional stress relief

Sports Massage

Sports massage is a wonderful way to help and maintain healthy muscle and connective tissue. It can also help decrease injury potential, but don’t think this is just a technique for those who are athletic. This is a wonderful way to help anyone who may be suffering from chronic stress or recovering from a traumatic accident. Aid in rotator cuff injuries Help those suffering from Scoliosis, joint defects, or bone defects Decrease muscle fatigue

Swedish

Originally designed to simulate the effects of Swedish gymnastics, this technique provides the benefits of the effects of exercise. It is also a wonderful introduction to massage. Relaxation Improve organ function Stimulate or sedate the nervous system

Trigger Point Therapy

A specific technique that targets a point in one muscle that receives overuse or overload with repetitive motion. Often times trigger points can be found at the base of the neck and contribute to tension headaches. Improve posture Increase range of motion Provide release for tight muscles

Cupping Methods

Cupping is an ancient method that uses negative pressure to loosen muscles. Unlike applying pressure downward into the muscle, cupping utilizes special cups along the surface of the skin to separate tissue, encourage blood flow, and relieve pain. Helps break up adhesions Separates layers of fascia Encourages the gliding of muscle fibers

Deep Tissue

A technique that utilizes intense pressure along with slow pace strokes to remove dysfunctions lying within the muscle and fascia. Aids in chronic pain Helps prevent tennis elbow/golfers elbow Improves joint mobility

Hydrotheraphy

The practice of using water in one of its three forms (solid, liquid, vapor) within a therapeutic setting. I often utilize this in combination with Reflexology with a warming epsom salt foot bath or sugar scrub on the hands. Help relieve congestion Reduce pain due to osteoarthritis Increase blood circulation

Strain Counter-Strain Techniques

A technique that specializes in stretching the muscles before applying pressure. Always making sure it is within your comfort level, it is a comfortable and gentle technique that is still effective in pain management. This is a technique that can be performed with or without being undressed. Reduce the pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis Help those with fibromyalgia Aid in restricted joints and “frozen shoulder”

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Chair Massage
  • Neuromuscular Massage
  • Cupping Methods
  • Deep Tissue
  • Blend
  • Swedish Massage

Reflexology

  • Reflexology

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