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Ann Arbor Deep Tissue Massage with Sandy Castle
Hi, my name is Sandy Castle and I am a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist. I have been practicing massage in the Ann Arbor area for seven years. If you are looking for help with your chronic pain issues or you are an athlete who is looking for improved sport performance then you are in the right place.
In my seven years of practice I have developed an innovative and effective approach for the evaluation and treatment of pain and dysfunction. Work situations, posture, and sleep positions are some of the things that can contribute to muscular imbalance leading to chronic pain. I work with you to determine what is happening in your life that is affecting your pain or performance issues. Then we work together to get the muscles back to a state of balance so your body can be operating pain free at maximum capacity .
I use a combination of Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Therapy and proven sports techniques that include proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, Muscle Energy Techniques, Michael Young’s Muscle Release Technique, and static and active stretching.
Call (734) 891-8931 or email me today to schedule your appointment.
Sandy's massages helped my swimming a ton. When I was a sophmore in high school my back tightened up so badly I couldn't bend over, do flip turns or push off the walls in the pool. When I came to see Sandy, she worked on my back for an hour twice and in a week I could move without pain and felt much looser and comfortable. She focused on my legs, psoas, hip flexors, and gluts which I did not know that those muscles controlled the way my hips and back sat and was the ultimate cause of my back tightness. I would always go see Sandy before big swim meets, such as Olympic trials, World University Games, Pan American games and Nationals. Having her work on me before meets helped to loosen my body up and flush out toxins. It also helped to relax my body so that I could swim faster and easier without getting as tired or need as much recovery afterwards. Even when I went to college and only came home twice a year I would go and see her whenever I had the chance to help loosen up my back so that I would feel better in the pool.
Auburn University 2010