We are pleased to announce that Koda Integrative Massage and Koda Therapy are featured in the 2018 edition of Golf Life.
We are starting crowd sourcing efforts to expand the Koda Clinics and enable research with our clients. Please support us in our efforts over the next 30 days.
Abigail is amazing . I would recommend to all my clients and friends . She is knowledgeable of anatomy and pain, and is skillful in finding the knots, trigger points and making them less!! I've been going to her for almost awhile, and In the past I had severe pain in my neck, arms, hands and fingers due to my profession. Since I'm Always using my hands, the doctor’s said I had carpal tunnel, but with consistent massage and self-care maintenance with Abigail she has helped the pain tremendously .
I was experiencing shooting pain up the back of my neck into my head. I hadn't slept in several days, and normal activity was impossible...after one visit with Abigail, 80% of my pain was gone. Her caring and focused knowledge of the body, along with her commitment to integrating massage into Western Medicine makes her my partner of choice for all my patients.
"Abigail’s expert and professional massage work, along with her advice about stretching, helped me reduce neck and shoulder pain, so that I could get back to rowing - and all my other daily activities." Barry S.
Koda Integrative Massage and Body Therapy is proud to announce that it is a certified provider of Active Release Techniques (ART), as of April 9, 2017.
Touch is a natural human reaction to pain and stress. Our instinct when we hurt ourselves, hit our head or have a sore neck is to rub it. Massage creates chemical changes in the body that reduce pain and stress. Therapeutic Massage is a non-invasive, drug free, humanistic approach to aid the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
No matter what your age or fitness level, you can benefit from massage. Massage not only feels good, it’s good for you. Here are some of the benefits to receiving massage regularly:
- Increases blood circulation, by helping the body pump more oxygen and nutrients to tissues and vital organs
- Stimulate the release of natural, unwanted waste from the body, stimulating the lymphatic system efficiency.
- Boost the body’s natural defense by 'cleaning' out the circulatory, endocrine and muscular systems.
- Increases range of motion and joint flexibility
- Helps break up adhesion between layers of fascia (knots) and reduce muscular tension
- Helps athletes prepare for and recover from strenuous workouts or athletic events and helps with maintenance between workouts
- Hydrates all tissues and improves the condition of the skin
- Lessens anxiety and depression, elevates mood
- Releases endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller
- Aids in recovery from surgery and chronic illness
- Reduces headaches and migraines
- Reduces scar tissue and stretch marks
- Improves sleep quality
- Aids in weight loss
- Relieves symptoms of PMS
- Reduces arthritis stiffness and pain
- Can lessen medication dependency
- Shown to increase cells that fight cancer
The benefits of bodywork are greatest when massage is a regular part of your health plan. It is not often that we find things that are good for us that feel good too! Let’s take advantage of the ones that do. Schedule your next massage today at Symmetry Health Center. The benefits are endless
Koda Massage Therapist is added to the Staff of Revolutions in Fitness in Palo Alto, CA. Neuromuscular therapy and Active Release Techniques are provided. Schedule your appointment today.