Personalized and private therapeutic massage & bodywork from one of today's top professionals in the industry. Say goodbye to muscular pain and discomfort and reclaim your body.
I am an active professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association, as well as licensed by the State of Washington, Division of Health Related Boards, as a massage therapist helping clients engaged in today's active lifestyle achieve their goals while getting the best massage.
My specialization is in Sports & therapeutic massage. Soft tissue therapy is yet another modality in my practice. After your intake consultation, we will personalize a plan to address your concerns and meet your specific goals.
Begin by selecting a date and time that suits your schedule. Booking your in-home sports or therapeutic massage is easy and convenient. Simply choose the time that works best for you.
On the appointed day and time, a professional massage therapist, led by Arturo Aparicio Garcia, will arrive at your location with all the necessary equipment, including a massage table and quality oils. No need to travel; we bring the relaxation to you.
Your comfort, privacy, and satisfaction are our top priorities. Once your session begins, you can relax and enjoy the full benefits of your therapeutic massage in the comfort of your own home. Experience the physical and mental relaxation you deserve.
Spa massage and medical massage may feel similar, but their techniques differ. During a spa massage, the techniques likely focus on relaxation. A medical massage therapist will use a broader set of therapies for muscle health and recovery.
It is recommended to wait at least 48 hours between each firm pressure massage session. You should get no more than a maximum of three firm pressure treatments per week. Other strong massage styles, such as sports massage, should be treated similarly.
Pregnancy Massage is a beneficial addition to your self-care during the beautiful process of maternity. Massage therapy addresses many of the common discomforts of pregnancy caused by hormone shifts, skeletal changes and circulatory changes of the body. Here are the benefits of massages during your pregnancy:
Reduced anxiety. Decreased stress. Reduced symptoms of depression. Relieved muscle and joint pain/tension. Improved labor outcomes. Mood regulation. Reduced swelling and/or edema. Reduced sciatic nerve pain. Improved sleep quality.
There are some precautions for prenatal massage as with any therapeutic approach to your health during pregnancy. Please consult your healthcare provider, or doctor to see if massage is right for you in your pregnancy journey!
Massage can help with: Arthritis. Athletic injuries. Bursitis. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Fibromyalgia. Frozen shoulder. General muscle tension. Headaches and migraines. Insomnia. Low back pain. Muscle spasm. Muscle strains. Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI). Respiratory problems. Sciatica. Stress. Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD). Tendonitis (tennis/golfers elbow, jumper's knee, Achilles). Thoracic outlet syndrome. Whiplash Associated Disorder.
Absolutely! Here to massage lake chelan. Even if you don’t do any form of sport or exercise, our everyday movements still put stress on our body, which can, over time, lead to long-term issues. Many office workers, for example, who spend long hours every day sitting at a desk suffer from pain and stiffness in their neck, shoulders and lower back, which can become quite serious problems if left unchecked. Regular sports massage will help to ease the strain put on these areas of your body, reducing the risk of serious problems arising. Sports massage will help your muscles, as well as your mind, to become more relaxed and loose, allowing them to move freely and preventing them from becoming too tight and stiff. Massage helps to drain away fatigue, to relieve swelling, to reduce muscle tension, to promote flexibility and to prevent injuries. People who drive a lot as part of their job have similar problems to the office worker and can benefit from sports massage in the same way. Anyone working in a physically demanding job where movements such as lifting and carrying heavy objects are regularly required can also benefit from regular sports massage to help counteract the stress put on their knee joints, lower back and shoulders.
Yes. Sports massage is proven to reduce recovery time, sometimes dramatically, by shortening the time it takes for injuries to heal, and makes the after effects “better”. Sports Massage reduces the swelling and o edema associated with soft tissue injuries. After a serious injury, Sports Massage helps form strong, pliable scar tissue instead of the usual random stiff scar tissue, so that range of motion and tissue extensibility are maintained. A short list of benefits are:
Shortens the time it takes for an injury to heal. Helps reduce swelling and o edema. Helps form soft, pliable scar tissue. Maintains or increases range of motion. Eliminates splinting in associated muscle tissue. Locates and deactivates “trigger points” that form as a result of the original trauma. Helps get athletes back into training sooner with less chance of re-injury.
That depends on several factors: If you are an athlete/participate in sport, factors such as training volume and intensity need to be considered; also whether you have chronic pain or acute injury, etc. If you don’t participate in sports, then occupational factors may come into play, for example, do you sit at a desk all day and have a tight neck and shoulders? Do you carry out heavy manual work, which makes you tight and prone to injury? For some athletes, a weekly massage gives huge results. Other athletes only get an occasional Sports Massage if they’re in pain. The best way to reduce the effects of hard training, stress or occupational aches and pains, is with regular Sports Massage. It is a fact that even getting massaged once a month regularly has a long-lasting positive impact.
Yes. Sports massage is proven to reduce recovery time, sometimes dramatically, by shortening the time it takes for injuries to heal, and makes the after effects “better”. Sports Massage reduces the swelling and o edema associated with soft tissue injuries. After a serious injury, Sports Massage helps form strong, pliable scar tissue instead of the usual random stiff scar tissue, so that range of motion and tissue extensibility are maintained
My name is Arturo Aparicio Garcia I combined my lifelong interest in health and fitness with training from the Columbia River Institute of Massage. I live in the small town of Brewster, Washington. My family and I have lived there for over twenty years. I enjoy playing guitar, working out and listening to music. My favorite sport is football, and I always root for the Green Bay Packers.