What Is Mobile Massage Therapy?
We come to you!
Think of us as massage therapists who make house calls.
Know Knots Massage is a privately owned business established in 2008 in the Inland Empire. After more than 10 years of providing service in a brick and mortar location, we have recently transitioned to mobile massage therapy to better meet the needs of our clients.
What To Expect…
The massage therapist will arrive at your requested location with the massage table, sheets, and oil.
The therapist will leave the room while the client undresses to their comfort level.
How To Prepare…
Your massage can be administered indoors or outdoors.
The massage therapist will need a space at least 4 feet x 7 feet to accommodate the table plus room to move around the table.
Swedish massage uses light to moderate pressure with long strokes and kneading of the muscles to reduce tension and promote relaxation.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage uses a firm pressure to work deep into the muscles and connective tissue to release knots and reduce pain due to muscle tightness.
Sports massage incorporates deep tissue massage with stretching to relieve tight muscles and improve flexibility. This can be specific to a specific area of the body or a total body massage.
Myofascial Release Massage
Myofascial release focuses on areas of myofascial tissues (the membranes that wrap, connect, and support your muscles) that feel stiff and fixed under light pressure.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle massage that facilitates the movement of lymph fluids around the body.
This technique is often recommended after cosmetic surgery.
California Massage Therapy Council