February 11

Understanding the Love Languages, By Vicktoria Molokin

MASSAGE THERAPY

ALL BODYWORK SERVICES ARE $105 PER HOUR  

THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE

Therapeutic Massage is a full body customized massage which includes the use of various techniques to include trigger point, deep penetrating hot/cold contrast, deep tissue, and swedish techniques (based upon individual assessment).

SWEDISH MASSAGE

Swedish Massage is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork. It combines oils or lotion with an array of strokes such as rolling, kneading, and percussion to help the body improve its circulation. The benefits of this type of bodywork are wide-ranging and include relief from aches and pains, decreased stress levels in the body, enhanced mental clarity, improved appearance, and greater flexibility.

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE

Deep Tissue Massage is a form of bodywork that aims to relieve tension in the deeper layers of tissue in the body. Deep Tissue Massage is a highly effective method for releasing chronic stress areas due to misalignment, repetitive motions, and past lingering injuries. Due to the nature of the deep tissue work, open communication during the session is crucial to make sure you don’t get too uncomfortable.

LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE MANUAL THERAPY

Lymphatic Drainage Manual Therapy is a specialized body work technique that is provided by advanced trained licensed and certified health care practitioners such as nurses, massage therapists, and acupuncturists. This therapy applies repetitive pressure at lymph node sites and a stroking technique along lymph vessels that stimulates the movement of lymph fluid. This therapy assists with post surgical swelling and inflammation due to numerous heath complaints such as sinusitis, arthritis, gastritis, back pain, neck pain and more.

REFLEXOLOGY

Reflexology – The principles of reflexology embody techniques designed to keep the body’s systems operating at peak efficiency. Providing gentle pressure along points in the feet can help achieve balance in the body by normalizing the function of the internal organs and stimulating the body’s natural healing process.

TRIGGER POINT THERAPY

Trigger Point Therapy – A trigger point is a tight area within the muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. A trigger point in the back, for example, may produce referred pain in the neck. The neck, now acting as a satellite trigger point, may then cause pain in the head. The pain may be sharp and intense or a dull ache. Trigger point massage therapy is specially designed to alleviate the pain at the source through cycles of isolated pressure and release. You can experience a significant decrease in pain after just one treatment. Receiving massage with trigger point therapy on a regular basis can alleviate a lot of stress associated with chronic pain.

GERIATRIC MASSAGE

Geriatric Massage is designed to address the specific needs of the elderly. This type of massage uses gentle and light application of massage techniques with oil or lotion to permit your muscles to be worked on without excessive friction to the skin. Geriatric massage has been shown to relieve anxiety and provide comfort, especially to touch-deprived elderly clients.

Love languages are ways individuals express and experience love when interacting with themselves and others. Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate, discusses that there are 5 types of love languages.

 

Words of Affirmation = this language uses words to affirm people. For some people actions don’t speak louder than words. If this is your love language then unsolicited compliments and hearing “I love you” are the most meaningful ways that you give and/or recieve love.

Acts of Service = for these individuals, actions do speak louder than words. Anything that your partner does that can help ease the burden of responsibilities, speaks volumes to you and is truly valued above all other ways to express love.

Receiving Gifts = for some people, what makes them feel most loved is to receive a gift. Don’t mistaken this love language as materialism since the receiver of gifts thrives on the love, thoughtfulness and effort behind the gift. If you are geared towards this language, the gesture you receive shows you that you are known, cared for, and cherished whatever the gift maybe since gifts are viewed as visual representation of love and are treasured greatly.

Quality Time = this language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention. Nothing says “

Physical Touch = to this person, nothing speaks more deeply than appropriate touch.

How to apply love languages for yourself?

Words of affirmation → use affirmations to build up your self esteem, confidence, and positive self talk. Talk to yourself as if you are your biggest cheerleader and best friend.

Acts of service → give yourself what you need, when you need it. Take time to attend to your self care and address your basic needs.

Receiving gifts → treat yourself! Invest in hobbies, activities, events, and gifts that bring you happiness, health, and love.

Quality time → spend time on the things you love to do like having some quiet time to yourself or take yourself out on a date.

Physical touch → get a massage and pamper yourself or attend to a form of exercise. Learn ways that you can love your body and avoid criticizing all the imperfections and flaws.

 

How to apply the love languages so that you can improve relationships with others:

 

Take the quiz to discover your own love language as well as your partner:   https://www.5lovelanguages.com/  

If you would like to explore this further, please call us at 301-570-4050 and we can connect you with a therapist who can help you explore further to help you improve how you feel about yourself and relate to your loved ones.  

 

 


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Love languages are ways individuals express and experience love when interacting with themselves and others. Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate, discusses that there are 5 types of love languages.

 

Words of Affirmation = this language uses words to affirm people. For some people actions don’t speak louder than words. If this is your love language then unsolicited compliments and hearing “I love you” are the most meaningful ways that you give and/or recieve love.

Acts of Service = for these individuals, actions do speak louder than words. Anything that your partner does that can help ease the burden of responsibilities, speaks volumes to you and is truly valued above all other ways to express love.

Receiving Gifts = for some people, what makes them feel most loved is to receive a gift. Don’t mistaken this love language as materialism since the receiver of gifts thrives on the love, thoughtfulness and effort behind the gift. If you are geared towards this language, the gesture you receive shows you that you are known, cared for, and cherished whatever the gift maybe since gifts are viewed as visual representation of love and are treasured greatly.

Quality Time = this language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention. Nothing says “

Physical Touch = to this person, nothing speaks more deeply than appropriate touch.

How to apply love languages for yourself?

Words of affirmation → use affirmations to build up your self esteem, confidence, and positive self talk. Talk to yourself as if you are your biggest cheerleader and best friend.

Acts of service → give yourself what you need, when you need it. Take time to attend to your self care and address your basic needs.

Receiving gifts → treat yourself! Invest in hobbies, activities, events, and gifts that bring you happiness, health, and love.

Quality time → spend time on the things you love to do like having some quiet time to yourself or take yourself out on a date.

Physical touch → get a massage and pamper yourself or attend to a form of exercise. Learn ways that you can love your body and avoid criticizing all the imperfections and flaws.

 

How to apply the love languages so that you can improve relationships with others:

 

Take the quiz to discover your own love language as well as your partner:   https://www.5lovelanguages.com/  

If you would like to explore this further, please call us at 301-570-4050 and we can connect you with a therapist who can help you explore further to help you improve how you feel about yourself and relate to your loved ones.  

 

 

Love languages are ways individuals express and experience love when interacting with themselves and others. Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate, discusses that there are 5 types of love languages.

 

Words of Affirmation = this language uses words to affirm people. For some people actions don’t speak louder than words. If this is your love language then unsolicited compliments and hearing “I love you” are the most meaningful ways that you give and/or recieve love.

Acts of Service = for these individuals, actions do speak louder than words. Anything that your partner does that can help ease the burden of responsibilities, speaks volumes to you and is truly valued above all other ways to express love.

Receiving Gifts = for some people, what makes them feel most loved is to receive a gift. Don’t mistaken this love language as materialism since the receiver of gifts thrives on the love, thoughtfulness and effort behind the gift. If you are geared towards this language, the gesture you receive shows you that you are known, cared for, and cherished whatever the gift maybe since gifts are viewed as visual representation of love and are treasured greatly.

Quality Time = this language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention. Nothing says “

Physical Touch = to this person, nothing speaks more deeply than appropriate touch.

How to apply love languages for yourself?

Words of affirmation → use affirmations to build up your self esteem, confidence, and positive self talk. Talk to yourself as if you are your biggest cheerleader and best friend.

Acts of service → give yourself what you need, when you need it. Take time to attend to your self care and address your basic needs.

Receiving gifts → treat yourself! Invest in hobbies, activities, events, and gifts that bring you happiness, health, and love.

Quality time → spend time on the things you love to do like having some quiet time to yourself or take yourself out on a date.

Physical touch → get a massage and pamper yourself or attend to a form of exercise. Learn ways that you can love your body and avoid criticizing all the imperfections and flaws.

 

How to apply the love languages so that you can improve relationships with others:

 

Take the quiz to discover your own love language as well as your partner:   https://www.5lovelanguages.com/  

If you would like to explore this further, please call us at 301-570-4050 and we can connect you with a therapist who can help you explore further to help you improve how you feel about yourself and relate to your loved ones.  

 

 

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