Beverly Stasis

"I truly believe what makes a good therapist is intention; followed by intuition; guided by the heart"

Beverly Stasis, LMT 57967

Medical Massage, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, Gua-Sha Therapy, Aromatherapy 

727-492-0970 ~ Call or Text for an appointment.

 

*Medical Massage can help if you suffer from: Back / Hand / Shoulder / Neck / Knee / Sciatica / Myofascial / Shin Splints / TMJ / Carpel Tunnel / Rotator Cuff / Scoliosis / Frozen Shoulder / Tennis Elbow / Diabetes / Depression / Anxiety / Tendinitis / Whiplash / Gout / Insomnia / MS / Arthritis (Chronic) / Asthma / PMS / Osteoporosi...

Beverly Stasis, LMT 57967

Medical Massage, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, Gua-Sha Therapy, Aromatherapy 

727-492-0970 ~ Call or Text for an appointment.

 

*Medical Massage can help if you suffer from: Back / Hand / Shoulder / Neck / Knee / Sciatica / Myofascial / Shin Splints / TMJ / Carpel Tunnel / Rotator Cuff / Scoliosis / Frozen Shoulder / Tennis Elbow / Diabetes / Depression / Anxiety / Tendinitis / Whiplash / Gout / Insomnia / MS / Arthritis (Chronic) / Asthma / PMS / Osteoporosis / Muscle Spasm / Bursitis / Car Accident / Injury / Improves Circulation, Flexibility and ROM / Enhances Post-Operative Rehabilitation / Relives Pain

*Myofascial Release (MFR) therapy focuses on releasing muscular shortness and tightness. Patient symptoms usually include: 1.) Tightness of the tissues that restricts motion or pulls the body out of alignment, causing individuals to favor and overuse one hip or shoulder, for example. 2.) A sense of excessive pressure on muscles or joints that produces pain. 3.) Pain in any part or parts of the body, including headache or back pain. The restriction or contraction inhibits blood flow to the affected structures, thus accentuating the contraction process further unless the area is treated.

 *Gua Sha is healing technique used throughout Asia. Gua means to rub or friction. Sha is the term used to describe congestion of blood at the surface of the body. When friction is applied in repeated even strokes, the sha surfaces as small red petechiae. In minutes the petechiae fade into echymotic patches. The sha disappears totally in two to four days.

 The benefits of Gua Sha are numerous. It moves stuck blood, promoting normal circulation to the muscles, tissues, and organs directly beneath the surface treated. The patient experiences immediate changes in stiffness, pain and mobility. Normal metabolic processes are restored by the movement of fluids as nutrients are carried to the tissues and metabolic wastes are carried away. Because Gua Sha mimics sweating, it resolves fever.

 Gua Sha cools the patient who is overheated, warms the patient who is chilled, nourishes the patient who is deficient, and clears the patient who is excess. Gua Sha is therefore considered an adaptogenic technique. A care provider considers Gua Sha in any case of pain or discomfort, for upper respiratory or digestive problems, and for any condition where palpation indicates there is sha.

 

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Where I Work
Licenses
STATE_LICENSE

FL # 57967

Education
2009

Cortiva Institute: Humanities Center School of Massage

January AM 2009

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Deep Tissue
  • Swedish Massage
  • Chair Massage

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