SERVICES


At Bashline Massage Therapy we custom tailor each appointment to treat your specific needs. Listed are certain types of massage we specialize in but we often use a combination of techniques to reach a solution.

PER SERVICE RATES


  • 30 Minutes | $30
  • 60 Minutes | $50
  • 90 Minutes | $80

If you are training for a particular event or recovering from an injury consider purchasing one of our bulk packages next time you visit, or email mattbashline@gmail.com to purchase.

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT


Schedule and pre-pay online below or call us at (740) 782-1913

Hours: M-F 9am-5pm | Evening hours and weekends upon request

To schedule an appointment outside of regular business hours or on weekends please call (740) 782-1913.

METHODS

Myofascial Release


Myofascial Release is a gentle, hands-on form of stretching that evaluates and treats the fascial connective tissue system, which can become restricted due to overuse, inactivity, trauma, or infection, often resulting in pain and muscle tension.

The therapist applies gentle pressure into the direction of the restriction by following the motion of the tissue, barrier after barrier, with sustained pressure that supports the release. This process relieves restrictions throughout the body, promoting strength, flexibility, full range of motion, aligned posture, and fluid movement.

Swedish Massage


Swedish massage is a scientific system of manipulations on the muscles and connective soft tissue of the body for the purpose of relaxation, rehabilitation, and health maintenance.

Swedish massage directly increases blood circulation, thus enhancing delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the tissues. It also increases lymph circulation, which speeds up the removal of metabolic waste and the by-products of tissue damage and inflammation.

Trigger Point Therapy


Trigger Point Therapy utilizes various methods to relieve and eliminate a hypersensitive area—known as a trigger point—in the muscle, its tendon, or fascia. Trauma is a common cause of trigger points, either by direct injury or excessive stretching and contraction. Once these fibrous sensitive regions form, repeated muscular stress will activate the pain in a reference zone.

The trigger point is eliminated by applying direct pressure and sedating the point. Once the pain is reduced, massage can be applied to restore circulation to the area and remove the waste products. This method is especially helpful in musculoskeletal problems and with certain internal organ pain.